Realme updates Realme 7, GT Master Edition, Narzo 30, and Narzo 20 Pro to June 2022 security patch

The Android June 2022 security patch has been made available by Realme for some new Realme devices: the Realme GT Mater Edition, the Realme 7, the Narzo 30, and the Narzo 20 Pro. The firmware addresses critical, high, and one moderate level of CVEs that were found to be vulnerabilities to users’ privacy and security. In addition to that, it might include improvements to the device’s stability and general bug fixes. The updates are currently being rolled out in India.

As per the changelog, the June 2022 update is being rolled out to the Realme GT Mater Edition, Realme 7, Narzo 30, and Narzo 20 Pro, each of which is running a different version of the firmware: RMX3360 11 C.08, RMX2151 11 C.18, RMX2156 11 C.19, and RMX2161 11 C.18 respectively.

Security patch updates are typically delivered to all devices running the software that requires the patch. Due to the fact that the vulnerability is not discovered prior to the release of the major update or the initial software, patch updates are being delayed. In order to close security gaps left by major software updates or initial software downloads, security patch updates are released. It is always a good idea for users to install the most recent security patch for their devices.


How to update to June Security Patch Update

Realme updates Realme 7, GT Master Edition, Narzo 30, and Narzo 20 Pro to June 2022 security patch

Please go to the Settings menu > Software Update > Download and Install if the update is available in your region if you own one of these devices and are a resident of India.

Make sure your smartphone is connected to a working internet connection before upgrading to the latest version. We recommend downloading it over WIFI to avoid any problems.

If you still have questions, you can post a comment in the section designated for that purpose below. In addition to that, please forward this article to your colleagues.

Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma, who graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela, is an experienced blogger and an enthusiast of Android technology. She has spent eight years writing about Android OS, earning a reputation as a reliable source in the technology field. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

Leave a Comment