As you might be aware, Android 12 Beta is now available, and Realme GT was also a participant in the Android 12 beta program. However, the latest stable Android 11 update is still absent from several Realme tablets. Realme seems to be ramping up, and the Realme X3 phones have now joined the Android 11 stable club. The Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom now have a stable Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 update.
Realme has a lengthy beta development process in which users must first sign up for a closed beta, then a free beta, and finally a stable upgrade. The Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom beta programs started in January. The open beta will be launched in April 2021. After almost half a year of testing, the Android 11 Stable update for the Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom is finally here.
The Realme X3 & X3 SuperZoom’s Android 11 update is based on the Realme UI 2.0 update. The software was released last year with the Realme UI built on Android 10 out of the box. As a result, this is the device’s first big upgrade.
Any Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom users have confirmed that they have received the stable Android 11 update, which they have posted on the official forum. We don’t know anything about the Security patch fix right now, but it’s due on May 20th. Users will download the Realme X3 Android 11 update for about 668 MB. RMX2081 11 C.06 is the build number. Check out the changelog feature to see what’s new with the Realme X3 Android 11 stable update.
Realme X3 Android 11 Update – Changelog
- Fixed the probabilistic sync failure issue between the torch and the switch in the status bar after opening the torch in Portrait mode of the front camera and then closing the camera
- Fixed the probabilistic greenish image issue while previewing and shooting in Professional mode of the wide-angle lens
- Fixed the probabilistic empty display issue of available devices list after opening Bluetooth
- Fixed the probabilistic cannot listen to music issue after Bluetooth headphone connecting to the smartphone
- Fixed the probabilistic volume sync failure issue while reconnected to Bluetooth headphone
- Fixed the probabilistic screen flicker issue after tapping the name of the mobile in Wi-Fi Direct
- Fixed the probabilistic connecting failure issue while reconnecting WiFi after screen sharing successfully
- Fixed the probabilistic Screencast opening failure issue after tapping screenshot in the Control Center
- Fixed the probabilistic disappearing issue of the name of some applications after double tapping the status bar to back to the top in the application list
- Fixed probabilistic screen flicker issue while entering the camera in lock screen
- Fixed the probabilistic display issue of the number of the battery while charging in lock screen
- Fixed the probabilistic pop-up failure issue while tapping Merge calls in Multi-channel calling
Yes, several glitches have been patched, but there are also a slew of new additions and updates, including new AODs, a notification pad, a power menu, redesigned home screen UI settings, improved dark mode, and more.
Users of the Realme X3 are receiving the Android 11 stable update over the air. Since Realme seeds are updated in clusters, many of you can not get the update right away. Any consumers, on the other hand, have already got the secure upgrade.
In the event that we do not get a message about an upgrade, you should manually search for one. Go to Settings > Software Update to do so. And you’ll see the most recent version there; click on download and upgrade to get it. Remember that you will only get the update if you have the most recent Android 10 update installed on your device. Before you begin the upgrade process, make sure your phone is at least 50% charged.
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