When Android 12 was officially released, Realme was one of the first smartphone companies to announce a custom update based on Android 12. Realme UI 3.0 is an update based on Android 12 for Realme phones. The company has already shared a Realme UI 3.0 roadmap. And as mentioned in the roadmap, the Realme GT Neo 2 also gets Realme UI 3.0 Early Access.
Android 12 is one of the big updates in the last few years. And many OEMs are adopting most of the Android 12 features on their custom UI. Realme is also bringing many changes to the Realme phone with the Realme UI 3.0. You can check out the Realme UI 3.0 feature by heading here.
As usual, the admins of Realme shared the announcement on their community forum. As this is early access, users need to apply for the update by submitting the application form. The Realme GT Neo 2 Android 12 Early Access program allows users to experience new features and changes ahead of the official release. The main purpose of Early Access is to find and fix bugs.
Now if you are a Realme GT Neo 2 user and want to test the Realme UI 3.0 in the Early Access program, then check out some of the important information below.
- Application Start Date: 16th December 2021
The early access will be available to limited users and offered on a first come first served basis. Also, the application will be accepted in batches. Now before applying for the Realme UI 3.0 Early Access on Realme GT Neo 2, you need to ensure that the device is running on the required UI version RMX3370_11.A.05.
To apply for the Realme UI 3.0 on your Realme GT Neo 2 follow the steps mentioned below.
- Open Settings on your Realme GT Neo 2.
- Go to Software Update and tap on the Settings icon present in the top right corner.
- Next select Trial Versions > Early Access > Apply Now and submit your details.
- Once done, the Realme team will review the application.
- And if the application passes, Realme will push the update to your device.
Now before updating your device to Realme UI 3.0 Early Access update, take a full backup of your device and also charge it to at least 50%. Since it is an Android 12 Early Access there can be some bugs including major ones.
You can rollback to the Android 11 update, but it will require removing all data from the device. But after rollback you won’t be able to get Early Access. As of now, the rollback package is not available but you can check back for the package on the source page.
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