Realme 1 and U1 starts getting December 2019 Security Patch

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Oppo’s sub-brand Realme starts rolling out the Android security patch for the month of December. Currently, Realme 1 and Realme U1 are getting the December security patch along with some more improvements. The update comes with firmware version  CPH1861EX_11_C.46 and RMX1831EX_11_C.16 respectively.

The update on both the phones packs with Fast switch toggle of dark mode in the notification center, it also adds the flash on call feature and some other performance improvements in both the phones. Recently last week, Realme starts rolling out the December security patch along with dark mode on its Realme X2, 5, 5S, and C2.

Realme 1  CPH1861EX_11_C.46 Update changelog

Security

● Android security patch: December, 2019

Notification Center and Status Bar

● Added fast switch toggles of dark mode in notification center

Settings

● Added flash on call feature

Launcher

● Added click the blank area to back to the launcher on recent task interface

Realme U1 RMX1831EX_11_C.16 Update changelog

Security

● Android security patch: December 2019

Notification Center and Status Bar

● Added fast switch toggles of dark mode in the notification centre

Settings

● Added flash on call feature

Launcher

● Added click the blank area to back to the launcher on recent task interface

Known issue fixed

● Fixed the issue of the volume bar blocked by the camera while horizontal status

● Fixed the issue that the background of the WhatsApp dialog interface is not clear with dark mode

Also Read: No ColorOS 7 Android 10 update for Realme 1, 2, U1, and C1

Realme is rolling out the update on both the phones in phases. So, it might take some time to reach each and every user. As the update is around 2GB in size so we advise you to download the update on a stable WiFi network. to avoid data charges.

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