Realme Opens Early Access Program for Realme UI 5.0 on Realme GT2 Pro Realme, the popular smartphone manufacturer, has recently announced the early access program for Realme UI 5.0, based on Android 14, for the Realme GT2 Pro in India and Russia. This program allows users to get a sneak peek at the latest software update before its official release. Interested users can now enroll in the program by following a few simple steps.
To join the early access program, Realme GT2 Pro owners need to enable the Developer Mode on their device. This can be done by going to Settings > About device and clicking on the “realme UI 4.0” banner at the top. From there, users should click on the three-dot menu in the top-right corner and select Beta program > Early Access > Apply Now. The application requires some necessary details, and if accepted, users will receive the update.
However, before applying for the early access program, it is important to ensure that your Realme GT2 Pro is running software with firmware version RMX3301_188.8.131.523 (EX01). Additionally, the device should have at least 60% battery and 15GB of storage available to successfully install the update.
Realme UI 5.0 brings several improvements and features to the GT2 Pro. The update focuses on enhanced security and privacy, offering improved management of photo and video-related permissions for safer app access. Performance optimization is another highlight, with promises of enhanced system stability, faster app launches, and smoother animations.
The update also brings system improvements such as an expanded list of supported apps for APP Cloner and Media Output settings in the Control Center for long-term use. Realme UI 5.0 introduces an updated design with a refreshing, gentle, and clearer color style for a more comfortable visual experience. Additionally, new ringtones and revamped system notification sounds have been added, along with enhanced system animations for even smoother transitions.
It is worth noting that beta software may contain bugs that could hinder the user experience. Therefore, it is advisable to avoid installing beta builds on primary devices. Realme has listed some known issues with Realme UI 5.0, including the inability to slide the desktop when using floating windows. However, this can be easily fixed by pulling down the status bar. The Glance Lock-screen feature is not available in the early access program but will be introduced in future updates.
Realme has limited slots for the early access program, so interested users are encouraged to act quickly if they can’t wait to experience Android 14 on their Realme GT2 Pro. It is recommended to back up important data before proceeding with the update.
For more details and to enroll in the early access program, users can visit the source link provided by Realme. Stay tuned for further updates and enjoy the new features and improvements that Realme UI 5.0 brings to the Realme GT2 Pro.