[Update: Available for everyone] Breaking: Realme C2 Realme UI Stable Update out, Register Now to get it

The much-awaited Realme UI stable update is finally available to download for Realme C2, but you need to register yourself in the open application channel. Here’s everything you need to know about the Realme C2 Realme UI Stable Update.

Last month, Realme had started testing the Realme UI based Android 10 update on its budget smartphone – Realme C2. Since then, Oppo’s offshoot brand, Realme is working to bring a stable update for Realme C2. This time, the company took too long to release the stable release of its beta update. Usually, Realme starts testing the new updates, at the beginning of the month, and then pushes the stable build at the end of the same month.

Talking about the stable release of Realme UI based Android 10 Update for Realme C2, then, any Realme C2 user can apply to get the Android 10 stable update. But, the company recommends, that your device is running on the latest RMX1941EX_11.A.29 software update.

This update brings Realme UI’s new gestures, smart sidebar, dynamic wallpapers, newest monthly security patch, and much more. Not only this, but the update also packs the essential features of Android 10. As for now, the official changelog is not available, but we’ll attach the changelog once available to us.

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How to get Realme C2 Realme UI Stable Update

Realme UI stable release is seeding with the RMX1941EX_11_C.45 software version. Yes, the same version, released a few days ago as a beta update. Anyone can get this update, as Realme didn’t mention details of the update quota. Here’s how you can get the Realme UI stable update on Realme C2.

Before heading over to the steps, make sure to take a look at the prerequisites.


  • Make sure to charge your Realme C2 to at least 60%.
  • Update your smartphone to RMX1941EX_11.A.29 (latest version)
  • Take a full backup of your device data

Now, let’s dive right into the process to get Realme UI stable update based on the Android 10 update for Realme C2.

  1. Make sure that your device is running on the latest software version.
  2. Now, head over to the Settings > Software Update.
  3. Click on the gear icon available at the top right corner > enter Trial Version Upgrade.
  4. Now tap on “realme UI Stable Release – realme” > submit your details > Apply Now.
  5. That’s it.

All done? You’ll soon get the Android 10 stable update on Realme C2.

Update February 8th: Realme C2 finally gets Android 10 stable over-the-air

Realme has finally started rolling out the stable build of Realme UI based Android 10 update to the Realme C2 users. The latest patch bags C.53 software version and weighs around 2.1GB of download size. The newer build packs the basic features of Android 10 and also knocks up with the January 2021 monthly security patch.

If you’ve not received the OTA yet, then you can manually check the system updates, by heading over to the Settings > System Updates > Check updates. If update is available you can tap on Download Now.

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