Realme 5 Pro getting June Security patch update

Another Realme device has been updated to June 2020 security patch. The Realme 5 Pro is the latest grabber. Yesterday we shared that Realme 3i and Realme 3 are receiving the June security update with DocVault support and more

The latest Realme 5 Pro update brings software version number RMX1971EX_11.C.04. The update is based on Android 10 (Realme UI V1.0). The update is around 459 MBs in size.

This is the first security update for the device after 2 months as the company didn’t release the May 2020 security patch to the device. The new update has added two new features realme PaySa (India) and realme Link. It also brings charging animation on the lock screen and charging decimal display on the lock screen while charging.

Along with all these features, it also addresses various bugs. The update improves the stability and performance of the device. For full changelog check down below.

Manual OTA Update Guide

Realme 5 Pro getting June Security patch update

Realme always pushes OTA updates in batches and the OTA update notification can be found from the device Settings – Software update. If the update is not showing up on your device, then just wait as it may take up to a few days for the update to be available all the handsets.

🍕 RMX1971EX_11.C.04 – Changelog:

  • Security
    • Updated Andriod security patch June 2020
  • Applications
    • Added realme PaySa (India)
    • Added realme Link
  • Battery
    • Added charging animation on the lock screen
    • Added charging decimal display on the lock screen while charging
  • Settings
    • Modified default state of power saving mode auto-off switch
    • Modified default state of screen brightness reduction switch in power saving mode
  • Optimization
    • Optimized transparency of the slide back gesture style
    • Optimized screen recording icon size

Manual Installation Guide -RMX1971EX_11.C.04 Update

  • First of all, you will need to download the firmware file for your respective device model.
  • Now, simply transfer the firmware file to the phone’s internal storage via the File Manager.
  • You can go to the File Manager app > Tap on it and select Update Now.
  • Wait for the process to complete properly. Once done, reboot your device.

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Rashmi Sharma
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