[Stable update live] Realme X2 & Realme X2 Pro March patch with bugfixes rolls out while users await Realme UI (Android 10) update

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on March 14) follows:

A couple of months back, Realme shared its Android 10 roadmap. According to that, the Realme X2 should receive the newer Android OS by the end of March. Similarly, the X2 pro users should also receive the said update this month itself.

Although there isn’t any specific date for the same, the update for both of these devices is slated for this month. Recently a new software update landed on both these devices. The update brings about the March security patch.

And in the case of Realme X2, there are also some bug fixes along the way. However, the update for both the devices is still based on Android Pie, much to the disappointment of users.

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Realme X2 will get Android 10 Update by end of March

Talking about the update for the Realme X2, it comes with the version number RMX1992EX_11_C.04 and weighs around 622MB in size. Furthermore, it also updates the Android security patch, fixes some known issues and improves system stability. Here’s the complete changelog of this update:

Update Log

[Security]
-Android security patch: March, 2020

[Audio]
-Increased the volume of the phone

[Charging]
-Optimized the display of battery percentage on status bar during charging

[Fixed]
-Fixed third-party applications stucking issue.
-Fixed the issue that the wifi switch failed to enable in some scenes
-Fixed splash screen issue in some scenes
-Fixed the failure that press and hold power button for 0.5s to wake up Google Assistant.

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On the other hand, the Realme X2 Pro has also received the March security patch. The update has RMX1931EX_11_C.21 as the version number.

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Moreover, for the beta testers, there’s something to cheer about. They have started receiving the Realme UI (Android 10) update on their Realme X2 devices.

Indian users, part of the Early Access program, confirm that they are getting the Realme UI update. Similarly, the Realme X2 Pro users in India are also receiving the Realme UI (Android 10) update on their devices.

However, if you’re not part of the beta testers group, then expect the Android 10 build to land on your devices by the end of March. Along with it, the Realme X2 will also be welcoming a new screen light feature with the update. So stay tuned for the development.

Update 1 (March 23)

Realme X2 and X2 Pro devices in China are also getting the March security patches now, but with a different changelog. Here’s what the update changelog for Realme X2 (vA.17) reads (translated from Chinese):

Update log:

Safety

● Updated March security patches

Dark mode

● Add sunset to sunrise enable, set time

And here’s what the March update changelog for Realme X2 Pro says:

Update log:

Safety

● Updated March Google security patch

repair

● Fixed the pop-up problem of the screen recording floating window permission

● Fixed the issue that the three-party application GIF animation saved to the system album does not display

Update 2 (March 28)

Realme promised to deliver the Android 10/realme UI update for Realme X2 devices in the last week of March, and has lived up to their words. the stable update is now rolling out. Head here for the complete coverage.

Update 3 (March 29)

Realme UI (stable) update is now live for Realme X2 Pro devices. Head here for the complete coverage.

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