Realme X50 Pro owners can now test firsthand how is Android 11 and what will bring the next big version of the operating system– The brand released the ROM with the beta version of this device. In addition to the new features of Android 11 beta, the firmware also includes Realme UI.
Google released the first beta of Android 11 almost a month ago after releasing multiple developer versions. And one of the novelties was the opening to other mobiles than Pixels, an advantage for some lucky ones because some brands have positioned themselves to be the first to develop an update. OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO and also Realme, all these brands have promised to adapt Android 11 beta. And the last one has also come true.
Android 11 and Realme UI for Realme X50 Pro
The Realme X50 Pro is the most powerful mobile of the brand to date, also one of the most powerful in terms of photography. Armed with the Snapdragon 865, a beast of gaming and mobile connectivity, the Realme X50 Pro is now more versatile than officially acquires the ability to install the latest developed version of Android. Of course, it’s a beta, with all the stability risks that entails.
To install this first beta version with Android 11, you need the corresponding Realme X50 Pro, the only mobile phone of the brand suitable for this software, and follow the relevant steps to “flash” the ROM on the device. As usual, install a firmware experiment poses serious risks to the telephone. In addition, all data is erased during installation, you have to consider this.
- To install the beta version with Android 11 on mobile must be updated to version RMX2076PU_11.A.25. If you don’t meet this requirement, you can download the ROM from here.
- To manually install new firmware, you need to transfer the downloaded ROM to the phone memory. Then open the file manager and navigate to the folder where you saved the ROM. Click on this ROM and install the firmware.
- Now is the time to download Android 11 beta: you can do it from this link.
- Flash the ROM manually and after restarting you will have the mobile updated to the latest beta.
- In case you want to go back to Android 10, you have to perform the flashing process with this ROM: it is the one that allows an update to the stable or “rollback” version.
Android 11 beta works quite well on the Realme X50 pro, although there were a few drawbacks detected; How? ‘Or’ What some system instability, some cosmetic errors, auto time functions may not work properly and some apps may not start on the phone. It must be remembered that this is software under test, it should not be installed if all risks are not assumed.
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Source : Frandroid