Realme Rolls Out September 2022 Security Update For Realme C25s

In July 2022, Realme released the Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 software update for the Realme C25s, one of India’s most popular mid-range smartphones. In a recent development, the Chinese company has begun to roll out a new monthly OTA update for Realme C25s smartphone users in India, which mainly installs the September 2022 Android security patch for better device security.

As always, the monthly security patch comes with some functional improvements, fixes some common vulnerabilities and issues, and improves all aspects of the device with the latest OTA update. This new firmware is rolling out in batches and may take a while to cover all Realme C25 devices. Read more Realme 90 FPS Supported Devices List In Mobile Gaming

Realme C25s users can identify this September 2022 security update via the Realme UI build number RMX3197_11.C.09, and the phone is currently running on the Realme UI 3.0-based on the Android 12 operating system.

As per the changelog, this update improves the stability and performance of the System to provide a smooth user experience. Additionally, it improves system security to provide a secure user interface. Apart from this, the update does not come with any other features and improvements. Below, you can check out the changelog for the update. Read more Realme V11 5G & Q3 Pro Carnival Edition Get October 2022 Security Update


  • [Security]
    • Updated Android security patch: September 2022
  • [System]
    • Fixed some known issues
    • Optimized ​​system stability

How To Update:

If you are a user of the Realme C25s, then you can install the latest update via the device settings. First, open Settings > tap on About phone > from here, tap on the Official version, then wait for the update checking procedure. Now, tap on the Download button and the phone will start to download the latest software update for your device.

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