Realme, despite being a relatively young OEM in the industry, is making major moves and doing it right. The company has a pretty decent track record of pushing out regular updates to its devices.
The company has also managed to roll out stable builds of Realme UI, the company’s skin on top of Android 10, to many of its eligible devices.
On June 24, we got reports that Realme was rolling out a stable build of Realme UI (Android 10) to the Realme 2 Pro users. More on that here. That came after a long and winding development process and beta tests.
That was a relatively limited rollout of Realme UI, presumably to test the waters. Today, the company is taking yet another step closer to a full rollout with the announcement of the opening of the application Channel for Realme UI Stable Release for the Realme 2 Pro users.
We noticed that some users want to receive the latest Stable updates at the same time when roll-out start
You can apply for realme UI Stable Release for realme 2 Pro now!
The application channel will be opened today and the recruitment will officially commence today, June 30. The company also adds that there are very limited slots for this program. Some of the requirements are that users must be running software version number RMX1801EX_11_C.31 on their Realme 2 Pro devices.
To sign up for this program, update your Realme 2 Pro to the above-mentioned software build and go to Settings> Software Update> Click the top right button> Enter Trial Version Upgrade, and choose the Stable Release for Realme 2 Pro.
If you don’t manage to get yourself a slot in this early access roll-out, don’t worry about it. Since the update is in a stable form, it should roll out to all devices pretty soon so stay tuned for that. We shall update with download links when we get them.
Until then, read more stories on Realme in our dedicated Realme section.
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