Realme has already released the new Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 upgrade for many eligible phones, but phones like Realme C25, Realme C35, Realme Narzo 50A, and a few others are still awaiting the update. Today, the company has announced the Android 13 early access program for Realme C25. Here’s how you can take part in the beta program.
Realme officially shared the information about the beta testing program on its community forum. And as per the details, your smartphone needs to be running on RMX3193_11.C.10 or RMX3193_11.C.11 build number. If your phone is running on the older software, update it to any of these versions. The early access aka closed beta is labeled with RMX3193_11.F.09 build number.
As it is a big upgrade, it requires a huge chunk of data for downloading. And the installation requires around 10GB of storage, so please ensure that the available phone storage is more than 10GB. Otherwise, there will be a risk of update failure. There are limited seats in the beta program, so, you might want to be quick if you want to taste the new skin on your device. If your application got selected, then you will receive the new software via a special OTA.
Talking about the features and changes, then Realme is pushing the new Android 13 update to Realme C25 with updated AOD, a dynamic computing engine for performance enhancements, a Private Safe tool, support for more color palettes, large folders for the home screen, new editing tools for the screenshot, and more.
If you own the Realme C25 and want to take a part in the beta program, then you can easily opt into the early access program. All you need to do is, navigate to Settings > Software Update, then tap on the settings icon in the top right corner, select Trial Version and enter your details.
Make sure to take a backup of important data before updating your device to the new software. Also, charge your device to at least 60%. You can also roll back to the Android 12 stable version in the future if you want, the steps are listed on Realme’s community forum, check the sources available in the end of this article for rollback steps.