Realme 6 gets Realme UI 2.0 beta update along with the February 2021 Security Patch

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A couple of days back, Realme has opened the Realme UI 2.0 Open beta for the Realme 7 Pro users and it also rolled out the Realme UI 2.0 Beta update to the Narzo 20 users. In January, the company started recruiting the Realme UI 2.0 beta adopters for the Realme 6 smartphone. Now, it started seeding out the Realme UI 2.0 Beta update along with the February 2021 Security patch update to the Realme 6 users. Identified by the Firmware version RMX2001_11_C.02, weighs nearly 239MB in size.

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As stated by the changelog, it appears with the February 2021 Security patch, a bunch of bug fixes, and optimizations. Besides these, the company has not added any new features or major changes to the device. Hence, his update is only rolled out to increase the Security patch level and fix the known issues.

Forthcoming to fixes, the update houses with the fixes for the probabilistic failure of delayed photography to generate video, probabilistic issue of Super Macro Camera Screen Jam, probabilistic display issue of the super macro thumbnail, the probabilistic issue that sound and imaging not synchronized in professional mode, and interface flickering in some scenarios issue.

Th update is spinning out limitedly for the first verification. After that, every user will start experiencing it within a couple of days. Meanwhile, the beta users can head over to Settings>Softwareupdates>check for the updates to manually check the update. If you are a non-beta and uses and want to enroll in the Realme UI 2.0 beta testing program then follow below.

Note: This is the Beta program and it might include certain risks and plenty of bugs. So, thinks twice before enrolling in the program.

How to Apply for the Realme UI 2.0 Beta Program

  • Unlock your Realme 6 smartphone and head to Settings
  • Now, head to About>Software update
  • Tap on the Settings icon which is located on the top right corner
  • Chose the Trial version and tap on “Realme UI 2.0 Early 2.0 Early Access for Realme”
  • Enter the required details and submit them

Hola! you are no a Beta member. Now, you will start receiving the Realme UI 2.0 beta updates.

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