just a user has an issue with the updated UI, they can be able to RollBack Realme UI back to the previous versions, till they are comfortable with the update.
For several days, several rumors about the release date of Android 13 have circulated throughout the world. Realme UI is another name that has yet to divulge the name of its UI’s future edition. However, based on previous experience, we anticipate that its next UI name will be Realme UI 4.0, which will be based on Android 13. We also anticipate that its beta program will be open for all region consumers to test.
In Europe, it is now confined to a single smartphone called the Realme GT 2 PRO, and its users are receiving the Android 13 Beta 1 update. We’ve noticed a lot of new features added to the changelog.
Every beta update introduces new bugs and issues that affect device performance, such as hanging, heating, apps not working properly, and many others; as a result, many users who installed the new beta update want to downgrade the version again so that their device and supported apps can function properly.
We created this post to assist users. In which we described the entire complete method of rolling back the OS version:
NOTE BEFORE RollBack Realme UI
Note I: Please back up your data before proceeding with the rollback process.
Note II: Please keep the battery level over 30%, and do not turn off your phone during the rollback process.
First of all, follow the below sequence:
Settings > Additional Settings > Back Up and Reset > Backup & Restore, and then select the data to back up.
For Local Rollback Process from Android 13 Beta 1 to Android 12
To revert to Android 12, please follow the same procedure you went through to join the Android 13 Developer Preview but by using the rollback package below.
RollBack Realme UI Firmware
Android 13 Beta 1 to Android 12 Rollback Package →