In January, Realme originally started testing its newest Android 12-centric Realme UI 3.0 skin on the Realme 7 Pro. Later, the company released an open beta build in April. The device was slated to receive a stable update last month. But due to some issues, Realme has not released the much-awaited Android 12 update last month. Today some Realme 7 Pro owners have received the official version of Realme UI 3.0, read along to know more details about Realme 7 Pro Android 12 stable update.
Usually, Realme made update announcements on its community forum. The company is yet to confirm the rollout officially, but, there are some users who have allegedly received the new update. As per the details shared by the users, the official version is rolling with the RMX2170_11_F.14 build number. As it is a major release, the update weighs a whopping 2.1GB in size, you can connect your phone to WiFi to quickly install the new update.
Realme 7 Pro was launched back in September 2020 with Android 10 OS. Last year, the device received Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11. And now it’s time for the second major OS upgrade.
Talking about the features, then Realme 7 Pro received Android 12 update with features such as new 3D icons, Omoji 3D avatars, AOD 2.0, dynamic theming, new privacy controls, refreshed user interface, PC connect, and much more. Obviously, users can also access the essentials of Android 12. Now let’s take a look at the steps on how you can update your Realme 7 Pro to Android 12 based Realme UI 3.0 stable update.
If you are a Realme 7 Pro user then you should get the Android 12 update soon if you haven’t received it already. It is rolling in a staged manner and will be available to everyone in a few days. The update will reach devices over the air. Those who are using Android 12 (Realme UI 3.0) beta will also get the stable OTA update.
In case you don’t receive the update notification then you can check for the update manually from Settings > Software Update. You can also update your Realme 7 Pro to Android 12 immediately using OTA and Recovery file, but we don’t recommend it on a Realme phone. Or you may end up bricking it.
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