Realme GT Neo3 gets “require password to power off” feature with the OTA update July 2022

The focus in recent months has been on the new Android 13, but that’s not to say that the Chinese giant has forgotten about the always great Realme GT Neo 3 series.

Realme has now also started releasing it for the Realme GT Neo 3 series as well, at least for the Realme GT Neo3 and GT Neo3 150W models. The new firmware, about 1.2GB in size and named with the code RMX3563_11_A.15/RMX3561_11_A.15, contains the July 2022 security patches and fixes a number of vulnerabilities in the system and communication.

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The latest update of GT Neo 3 added a new feature you will switch off the smartphone will require a password; this a one security layer on your smartphone; you can’t turn off the device without the password. And the update also added hidden content feature in the scenarios of tasks in recent. You can see full changelog below.


  • Security
    • Integrates the July 2022 Android security patch.
  • Communication 
    • Optimized network compatibility and improved Internet experience.
  • System
    • Added hidden content feature in the scenarios of tasks in recent.
    • Added the feature “require password to power off”.
    • Optimized the system performance and improved system stability.
    • Optimized the power consumption in some scenarios.
    • Optimized the background Process Manager.
    • Optimized the UI display in some scenarios.
    • Fixed some other known issues.

If you are a Realme GT Neo3 smartphone user in India, you can download and install the latest software update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install

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