Realme has announced Android 14 based Realme UI 5.0 for Realme GT2 Pro early access program in India and Russia.
The company has started accepting applications for the same, and those who are interested can register by activating the developer mode on GT2 Pro and going to the program. settings > About the device menu, by clicking on the “realme UI 4.0” banner at the top and then clicking on the three-dot menu in the upper right corner, and then Beta program > Early access > Apply now. Enter the details required to complete the application, and if approved, you will receive the update.
But before applying, make sure your Realme GT2 Pro is running the software with firmware version RMX3301_126.96.36.1993 (EX01) and has at least 60% battery and 15GB storage before installing the update.
Realme UI 5.0 brings updated design, performance optimization and improved security and privacy to GT2 Pro. You can check Realme UI 5.0 update log below for more details.
- Improved security and privacy
- Improved management of photo and video-related permissions for secure app access.
- Performance optimization
- Improved system stability, faster app launches and smoother animations.
- System improvements
- The list of supported apps for APP Cloner is expanded.
- Long-term media output settings in Control Center.
- Updated design
- Refreshing, soft and clear color style for a more comfortable viewing experience.
- Added new ringtone and updated system notification sounds.
- Improved system animations for smoother transitions.
Also, since this is a beta software, it is best to avoid it in the first place because the beta build contains bugs that can hamper the user experience. Realme has listed some known issues with Realme UI 5.0, which you can check below.
- Known issues
- Desktop swiping may not work when using floating windows. You can fix this by removing the status bar.
- Glimpse lock-screen is not available in Realme UI 5.0 Early Access. It will be introduced in future updates.
If you still want to proceed, make sure to back up your data first. Realme also has limited slots for the early access program, so if you can’t wait to taste Android 14, you might want to hurry. For more details, you can head over to the source link below.