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Realme UI 2.0 Brings System Cloner New Privacy Feature [How to guide]

Realme Mobiles, one who is stretching its feet in the mobile market, Realme is a company that is day by day getting success with its new achievements. Naturally, there will be lots of feature additions, or updates made to improve this Mobile.

Realme started warming up a few days ago and is about to introduce the “Realme UI 2.0” on its smartphones. Now Realme has begun to push new firmware updates to the Indian version of Realme X50 Pro 5G. The new update brings various functions related to privacy and utility to Realms’s mid-range and flagship smartphones.

When someone asks to see your phone, it’s hard to say no. In a culture so open it’s not easy to keep our privacy protected. Realme UI 2.0 introduces a new System Cloner feature for users’ privacy.

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The Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 brings “System Cloner”, this is a new privacy feature where you can clone the entire system to create a completely new system as well, such as for private and public users. The system Clone function can be used to quickly switch between the private and public modes of the phone. Go into the notification panel of your smartphone to access this function. Users can also quickly store private content safely in a Private Safe without anyone knowing.

How to use System Cloner in Realme UI 2.0

  • Go into “Settings”
  • Then Go Into “Privacy”
  • Scroll Down and choose “System Cloner”
  • Now at the bottom of the phone click on “Create”
  • Type your lock screen password.
  • Now set Password for System Clone.
  • You can also add a new fingerprint for System Clone.

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