Realme Rolls Out November 2022 Update For Realme X50 Pro, C25Y, C21Y

Realme X50 Pro, Realme C25Y, and Realme C21Y smartphone users are starting to receive the new November 2022 Android security patch update, while Realme C25s, C30s, and smartphones are getting the November 2022 OTA update to fix some bugs and issues.

The November 2022 security update improves all aspects of the device with the latest Security, and all the phones that are mentioned above currently run on the Android 11/12-based Realme UI. In addition to this, the update is currently being rolled out in India and is expected to reach more users in the coming days or weeks. 

The Update Comes With The Following Realme UI Build Numbers For The Above-Mentioned Devices In The Country.

To install the latest build on your Realme smartphone, all you need to do is go to your phone’s Settings and go to the About phone section. After tapping on the Official version option, the latest available update will appear on your screen; Tap on the Download button to start the process.

However, the update is slowly rolling out among Realme smartphone users and may soon reach your respective smartphones as well. Note that you must back up important data to prevent unwanted data loss.

What’s New With November 2022 Patch:

Compared to previous updates, this latest update comes with some general improvements to deliver a seamless performance. It also optimizes the system’s stability and reliability by reducing system issues like freezing, crashing, lagging, and others.

On the other hand, this fresh update improves the Realme X50 Pro, C25Y, and C21Y System’s Security and stability to provide a better user experience. Apart from these, the fresh update doesn’t bring any other features and improvements. But you might notice some changes or improvements after installing this update on your smartphone. 

Realme X50 Pro Update Changelog:



Realme C21Y & C25Y Update Changelog:



Realme 25s, 30s, & Narzo 50A Update Changelog:


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