Realme 7 Pro is almost ready to get the Realme UI 2.0 update, based on Android 11 in India. Realme on Saturday announced an early access programme for the rollout of the upcoming update. People registering for the programme are already getting the Realme UI 2.0 update. This is the last stage of the testing before the same update is rolled out to everyone, unless the early access users encounter any major issues.
In a post on the Realme forum, the Chinese smartphone maker revealed that the applications for Realme UI 2.0 early access programme for Realme 7 Pro are now open. 500 users will be given access to the update before everyone else and they will be expected to report any bugs or issues that they encounter while using Realme UI 2.0. It is important to note here that unless you have a spare Realme 7 Pro, it is not wise to install the Realme UI 2.0 early access version or any other pre-release version for that matter. Such softwares can sometimes have major bugs and may seriously impact your phone’s performance until a fix is released. Best course of action is be patient and wait for the stable version rollout for the public.
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How to enrol in Realme UI 2.0 early access programme for Realme 7 Pro
- It is actually quite easy. Head over to the software update section in settings of your phone.
- Then, tap of the gear icon in the top-right of the page, it will take you to the software update settings.
- Here, select trial version and you will see the option for Realme UI 2.0 early access for Realme 7 Pro.
- Then, fill in your details and tap on apply now. If you are selected, you will soon see an update notification with the early access update. It is said to be 3.57GB in size.
Realme warns that while you can roll back to Android 10 from Android 11, you will lose your data in the process. Best to backup all your data before doing anything. Instructions to roll back are given in the Realme forum.