Realme UI-Based Android 13 Open Beta Available For Realme 9 Pro+ 5G [Apply now]

After one month of the release of the Early Access update, Realme just announced the Realme UI-based Android 13 Open Beta update for its flagship mid-range smartphone, the Realme 9 Pro+ 5G, in India. 

Realme community reports that the Realme 9 Pro+ 5G in India is getting the Android 13 Open Beta update with Realme UI to build version RMX3471_11_C.03.and the package size of around 259.35 megabytes. Plus, the application for the Android 13 Open beta for Realme 9 Pro+ 5G is Open form today (November 11, 2022) and can be accepted in batches.

For your information, let us tell you that with the Realme Open Beta Program, the company invites users of Realme 9 Pro + 5G to enjoy the new Realme UI based on the Android 13 feature and asks for feedback and suggestions to make Realme UI outstanding.

However, Realme’s Android 13 open beta can have unexpected effects on your phone and affect daily life, and some third-party app versions aren’t compatible with Android 13 yet. Hence, we recommend that you do not install the Open Beta version on your primary phone.

Note, if you receive this software update after applying for Open Beta, make sure your Realme 9 Pro+ device supports the required version RMX3392_11_A.12, RMX3392_11_A.13, RMX3392_11_A.14.

Moreover, please make sure you make a backup of important data to prevent any data loss. Next, Please make sure the phone storage available is more than 5GB; otherwise, there would be a risk of an update failure, and make sure your device has enough battery.

How To Apply:

If you want to install this Realme UI 3.0–based on the update on your Realme 9 Pro+ 5G smartphone, then head over to Settings on your device. Now, scroll down and click on the About phone, then click on the Official version. Android 13 Open Beta.

  • From Here, tap on the Three dots button, 
  • Then click on the Trial version
  • Click on the Open Beta option. 
  • Here tap on Apply now and enter the mandatory details, 
  • Then tap on the Submit button. 
  • Now, tap on Done.

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Sanz Miller

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