Realme Narzo 50A, Narzo 50i join January 2022 security update party

Realme has finally started to roll out the latest security patch to Narzo 50A and Narzo 50i with the latest software update. The January 2022 software update also adds system stability improvements and several general bug fixes.

The latest OTA update for Realme Narzo 50A comes with the firmware version RMX3430_11_A.09. The update incorporates the January 2022 security patch, which improves system security and privacy by fixing a bunch of vulnerabilities. Also, it fixes some previously known issues and improves system stability.

Realme Narzo 50i, on the other hand, has also started receiving the January 2022 security patch via the latest update. The latest build is tagged as RMX3231_11_A.65, currently rolling out in India. The changelog is pretty much similar to that of the Narzo 50A. However, it also adds an OTG switch which is turned off by default. It can be found in Settings -> System.

Realme Narzo 50A, 50i January 2022 software update

Realme is sending the new OTA update in a phased manner. Therefore, it could take a couple of days to reach all the users. Meanwhile, you can manually check for new updates via Settings >> Software Updates. Narzo 50A is also on the list of eligible Realme devices for the Android 12 upgrade. As per the company’s proposed timeline, the early access beta program will start in March.

Realme Narzo 50A, Narzo 50i January 2022 software update: changelog

[Realme Narzo 50A]

  • Security
    • Updated Android security patch: January 2022
  • System
    • Fixed some known issues and improved system stability

[Realme Narzo 50i]

  • Security
    • Updated Android security patch: December 2021
  • System
    • Fixed some known issues and improved system stability
  • OTG
    • Adds an OTG switch which is turned off by default. To turn on this feature, go to “Settings – System – OTG”
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