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Realme C3 and Narzo 10A Software Update: May 2022 security patch and fixes Android icon issue

Realme is rolling out a new software update for both budget smartphones including Realme C3, and Realme Narzo 10 in India on Realme UI 2.0. It is bringing the latest security patch. Also Read: Realme Pad X officially launched with Snapdragon 695, Stylus Support, Realme UI 3.0, and more

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Software Update

Realme is now rolling out the latest Android April & May 2022 security patch for Realme C3 and Narzo 10A devices globally. The update also fixes an issue where an “Android” icon might appear on the
Home screen after you install an app from Google Play.

  • Security
    • Integrates the April and May 2022 Android security patches
  • System
    • Improves system performance in some scenarios.
    • Fixes an issue where an “Android” icon might appear on the Home screen after you install an app from Google Play.

May 2022 security update can identify by build number for Realme C3 RMX2027_11_C.11 and RMX2020_11_C.12 for Narzo 10A.

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March 2022 Security Patch – [March 31st]

The firmware for the Realme C3 comes with version RMX2027_11_C.11., while the Narzo 10A comes with RMX2020_11_C.11. The update is currently seeding in India, but the rollout should expand to other markets soon.

Update log:

  • Security
    • Integrates the February and March 2022 Android security patches-
  • System
    • Improves system performance in some scenarios
    • Adds the “Deep cleanup on recent tasks screen” function

Important Note – As always, this OTA will be incremental. The OTA will reach a small percentage of users today, and we’ll begin a broader rollout in a few days.

If you own the smartphone and live in India, so you can check the software update, Just tap on the Settings menu > Software Update > If available for your region, tap on Download and Install.

Realme C3 and Narzo 10A Software Update: May 2022 security patch and fixes Android icon issue

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