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Realme 7i users get access to realmeUI 2.0 Early Access program

Realme 7i. Realme 7i.
Realme 7i. (Realme)

Make sure that you have at least 5GB of free storage on your handset and the device must not be rooted.

Realme is expanding its Android 11 based realmeUI 2.0 Early Access Program to a new smartphone - Realme 7i. This announcement comes a few days after the company brought realmeUI 2.0 Early Access build to realme X3, realme X3 SuperZoom, realme 6, realme X2, realme C12, and realme C15. It's worth mentioning that Realme 7i was announced in India back in October last year.

In case you have the smartphone and want to be a part of the program, you can apply for it by simply heading over to Settings - Software Update - Settings icon on the top right corner - Trial version - Apply Now - Submission of details.

Make sure that you have at least 5GB of free storage on your handset and the device must not be rooted. In addition, it is advisable to keep a backup of your personal data before starting the installation process.

Also read: Realme Narzo 30 series teased on Flipkart

Also, not all the functions might work perfectly as this is an early access. Realme has warned that some functions may not operate because of third party firmware incompatibility as well.

In case you want to go back to Android 10, it is possible. However, this will mean that your entire handset will have to be wiped out clean and all your data will be erased.

For now, all eyes are on the company’s upcoming Realme Narzo 30 series. Realme is expected to launch the Narzo 30 series in India this month. The new Narzo smartphones have now been teased on the e-commerce platform Flipkart ahead of their debut. The teaser doesn’t reveal anything though about the Narzo 30 phones. But we do have an idea on what to expect through a leaked poster.

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