September 2022 Security Update Rolling Out For Realme C25

Last week, Realme C25 smartphone users received the Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 software update in India. This update introduced 3D icons, a Background stream, Talkback support for Photo and Calendar apps, Visuals in Accessibility, charts to display, and more. Now, in a recent development, the Chinese tech giant has started rolling out a new software update for the Realme C25 smartphone with September 2022 Android security update.

As per the information, the September 2022 security update for Realme C25 comes with the Realme UI build number RMX3193_11_C.07. Now, this new firmware is rolling out in batches to ensure the stability of this update and may take some time to cover all the Realme C25 devices in India. Read more Realme 8 4G September 2022 Security Update Released

Going by the changelog, this update optimized the system stability and improved the system security to provide a secure user interface. In addition, this update fixes some security and privacy-related bugs and viruses that impact the user’s experience.

Moreover, this update saves your device from unwanted threats and viruses. Besides, this update does not come with any other improvements and changes. You can check the changelog below. Realme 9i Receiving Realme UI A.11 OTA Update With Jio 5G Support

Realme C25 September 2022 Update Changelog:


  • Optimized system stability
  • Fixed some known issues


  • Updated Android security patch: September 2022

How To Update:

Suppose you want to download manually this September 2022 security update on your device; navigate to the device’s Settings. From here, scroll down and click on the About phone, and tap on the Official version. Now, wait for the Check for the updates; if available, hit on the Download and install button.


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