Realm Narzo 20 Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) stable update has finally been released
Realme, ever since its birth, has been leveling up its game on the software front and has built a good reputation among its users.
The company was quick to come up with an Android 11 update roadmap. Having such a huge smartphone portfolio, it becomes a tedious task to deliver updates expeditiously.
But to everyone’s surprise, the young brand hasn’t let anyone down.
Coming to Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0, although the company has managed to seed this update to a good number of devices, it has mostly remained limited to a small group of people as a beta update. Only the flagship Realme X50 Pro enjoyed the stable version.
Well, it’s about time we start witnessing a wider rollout of the stable version across a bunch of other devices as well.
Realme, in a recent announcement, has revealed that the stable Android 11 program for Narzo 20 has kicked off. The updated UI version is RMX2193_11.C.06.
The stable Android 11 for the Narzo 20 brings along the following new additions.
Personalize the user interface to make it your own
• You can now create your own wallpaper by picking colors from your photos.
• Third-party icons for apps on the home screen are now supported.
• Three Dark mode styles are available: Enhanced, medium, and gentle; wallpapers and icons can be adjusted to Dark mode; and the display contrast can be adjusted automatically to ambient light.
• You can now drag text, images, or files out of a floating window or from one app to another app in Split screen mode.
• Optimized the editing page of Smart Sidebar: Two tabs are displayed and the order of items can be customized.
• Added “Tone tunes”: Consecutive notification tones will be linked to form a single melody.
• Optimized the user interfaces of Notes: New visuals are provided on the list and editing pages.
• Added weather animations to provide you with a more interesting experience.
• Optimized vibration effects for text input and gameplay.
• Optimized “Auto brightness”.
• You can now remove a folder or combine it with another one.
• Added filters for “Drawer mode”: You can now filter apps by letters, install time, or usage frequency to quickly find an app.
[Security and Privacy]
• You can now turn “App lock” on or off in Quick Settings.
• Added “Low battery message”: When your phone battery is lower than 15%, you can quickly send a message to share your location with specified people.
• More powerful SOS functions
Emergency info: You can quickly display your personal emergency info to first responders. The information can be shown even when your screen is locked.
• Optimized “Permission manager”: You can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy.
• Added Immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused.
• You can change the way to summon Game Assistant.
• You can share your personal hotspot with others via a QR code.
• Optimized the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and more markup effects and filters.
• You can back up your photos, documents, system settings, WeChat data, and more, and easily migrate to a new phone.
• You can select the types of data to be backed up or restored.
• Added shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos you just took.
• Added the inertial zoom feature which makes zooming smoother during video shooting.
• Added the level and grid feature to help you compose videos.
• Added Sleep Capsule, help you schedule downtime and secure your sleep time
• Added “Sound amplifier”: You can amplify faint sounds in the environment and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
FYI, Narzo 20 was among the first few devices to receive the Android 11 update back in November last year. And now, it becomes the second device after Realme X50 Pro to have received the stable Android 11 update.
Time to rejoice as an update lies in your device’s update center, waiting to be installed. For those who still have a dormant update center, don’t worry, as it’s a staged rollout and may take some time to reach out to the masses.
OEMs do this to ensure if in case anything breaks, it doesn’t affect the major chunk. As soon as the company is sure about its stability, you’ll find a notification of the update.
If history is anything to go by, Realme Narzo 20 users will not have to wait more than a few weeks to be part of the wider rollout of the stable Android 11 update.
Realme has also bundled a rollback package in the same announcement thread. If for any reason, you miss the older version, you have the liberty to roll back to Android 10.
These are the steps that you need to follow.
Download the roll back package in your phone and remember the location. Download from here > Enter recovery mode to roll back > Turn off your phone–>Long press the volume down and power buttons at the same time enter recovery mode–>Choose the language –>Install from storage–> Input your screen locked password–>Find & tap the rollback package to go back to the previous version.
From what it looks like, a stable update for Realme 7 Pro and other devices shouldn’t be far away.
We are keeping a close track in this domain, more of which can be found in our dedicated Realme UI 2.0 update tracker.
Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Realme section so be sure to follow them as well.
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