Realme C3 Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update Open Beta program begins
Realme is finally done rolling out the Android 11 or Realme UI 2.0 update via the Early Access program for eligible devices.
The company has even kicked-started the Open Beta for some such as the Narzo 20 Pro and has even released the stable update for a handful of smartphones such as the Realme 7i and X2 Pro.
Now, the latest device to join to get the Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta treatment is the Realme C3.
Realme officially announced the commencement of the Open Beta program for the device a couple of hours ago on the official community forums.
The device picked up the Early Access update back in March, however, only a small number of users were able to get their hands on it.
But thanks to the Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta program for the C3, more users can jump on board and experience the Android 11-based skin ahead of the stable release.
It’s worth pointing out that even the Open Beta has a limited number of available slots. So the quicker you apply for it, the better your odds at being selected.
Prior to that, you’ll need to update your device to version A.63. Once updated, you can apply for the Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta on your C3 via the following steps:
Settings > Software Update > Tap on the settings icon in the top right corner > Trial Version > Submit your details > Apply Now (Source)
If for some reason you wish to downgrade to Android 10 or Realme UI 1.0, you will be able to do so by downloading the rollback package and following these steps:
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.
That said, we expect the Open Beta testing to continue for a few weeks after which the last Open Beta update will be treated as the stable software update.
You can keep an eye on our dedicated tracker to know more about the availability of Realme UI 2.0 for all eligible devices. You can also keep track of the Android 11 rollout from all major OEMs and carriers by heading here.
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