Realme was one of the first few companies to announce their Android 11 beta plans after Google released the first Android 11 beta update. The company did announce the beta plans for their current flagship – the Realme X50 Pro.

However, the company didn’t release the update right away. After a few weeks of waiting, the Realme X50 Pro Android 11 beta update released a couple of days ago. More information on that can be viewed here.

Users must be on the RMX2076PU_11.A.25 firmware version to grab the new beta update on their devices.

The new Android 11 beta update is meant for developers only. This is due to the fact that the software is still in its early stages. Realme has also listed several known bugs that come along with the new update in the announcement.

Known Issues:

1. All user data will be erased during the upgrade.

2. The automatic timing function is abnormal and manual timing is required.

3. Some system functions are not available.

4. Part of the interface display looks less than desirable.

5. Some applications may not work properly or be fully functional.

6. The system may have some stability problems.
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This makes it clear that the new developer update is indeed meant for developers. So if you have installed the update but can’t stand the bugs, Realme’s official rollback package to Android 10 is now available.

Download Android 10 rollback package for Realme X50 Pro

You can go ahead and download the rollback package from below.

  • Device: Realme X50 Pro
  • Version: V200629
  • Android: 10
    • Type: Recovery

Make sure to create a backup of all your data before going back to Android 10. It will prevent any accidental data loss. You can roll back to Android 10 by following the steps below.

1. Transfer the downloaded firmware file from above to the phone storage.
2. Locate the firmware in the File Manager and tap on the file.
3. You will see a pop-up warning that ‘user data will be erased’. Tap Next to proceed.
4. Backup your data if required.
5. Tap Next to confirm the upgrade and then select ‘Update Now’.

Thanks to the Android 10 rollback package, it is now easy for users to hop between testing Android 11 and running the stable build. Moreover, the Android 10 update is much more stable and daily-driver friendly.

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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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