Breaking: Realme X2 Pro stable Android 11 update released with Realme UI 2.0

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dooderooni

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According to this video, the update will be hitting India between June 13th to 20th so I think that India is classed as the global region (see C. 37 release that included India and Europe) so we should hopefully see it too.
It still doesn't make me any happier about the complete lack of communication that Realme Europe have given us.
 
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According to this video, the update will be hitting India between June 13th to 20th so I think that India is classed as the global region (see C. 37 release that included India and Europe) so we should hopefully see it too.
It still doesn't make me any happier about the complete lack of communication that Realme Europe have given us.
Yep, absolutely nothing. The don't give a **** about EU.
 

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LThe thanks after having bought the realme x2 pro, because these thanks to this device that realme is especially known. Frankly I'm so disgusted I bought this ****! All The days I go on Madhav Seth's tweeter is believed me that I was mad in his head !!! This con sells these new products and snubs us. But if I can make him lose 1 or 2 clients per Days because of my publication is well that makes me happy.
 

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LThe thanks after having bought the realme x2 pro, because these thanks to this device that realme is especially known. Frankly I'm so disgusted I bought this ****! All The days I go on Madhav Seth's tweeter is believed me that I was mad in his head !!! This con sells these new products and snubs us. But if I can make him lose 1 or 2 clients per Days because of my publication is well that makes me happy.

😄I agree with you, it is frustrating to see my brother's Oppo A52 smartphone paid just over 100 euros with Android 11 right out of the box
 

dooderooni

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If the list of issues listed in this thread is correct then it is no wonder the open beta is reopened.
Don't expect us to get an update in Europe any time soon despite what Realme Spain have posted.
Once again I'm feeling very disappointed that the update date has again slipped, but more annoyed that we haven't even been given a chance to try the beta officially and provide feedback.
I was thinking about getting the Realme GT as an Android 12 device, but I'll look at another manufacturer after the way Realme have ignored their European user base.
 
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Yes global phones can install beta without waiting and getting any approval. Still can officially opt to submit bugs to realme. Just follow the instructions from here.
Can you somehow unlock the phone on C37 though? I have tried that last week and official app doesn't work, and you can't even boot to bootloader
 

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I've had the original OnePlus phone, two BQ phones and two Xiaomi phones before deciding to move on to this phone.

And while the support from most of the other mentions for Europe wasn't supreme, what Realme pulls off here is beyond comparison. Security patches take a ridiculous amount of time to be distributed (I think the latest version is still from February?) and the whole on-and-off strategy of Realme UI 2 for the X2 Pro with the absolute abscence of communication is just absolute laughable - if it wasn't so sad. All I have to find out more about the current status of this and when to expect an update in Europe are "tech news" websites which update the same article every 2 days to stay relevant for SEO.

I have to say I'm incredibly disappointed and will certainly not buy another one of their products. I know it won't matter, but I don't feel this behaviour is justifiable in any way.
 

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I've had the original OnePlus phone, two BQ phones and two Xiaomi phones before deciding to move on to this phone.

And while the support from most of the other mentions for Europe wasn't supreme, what Realme pulls off here is beyond comparison. Security patches take a ridiculous amount of time to be distributed (I think the latest version is still from February?) and the whole on-and-off strategy of Realme UI 2 for the X2 Pro with the absolute abscence of communication is just absolute laughable - if it wasn't so sad. All I have to find out more about the current status of this and when to expect an update in Europe are "tech news" websites which update the same article every 2 days to stay relevant for SEO.

I have to say I'm incredibly disappointed and will certainly not buy another one of their products. I know it won't matter, but I don't feel this behaviour is justifiable in any way.
I feel you 100% bro.
I was so excited when I ordered this phone during the Black Friday event of 2019 but we have been let down so many times.
I remember the locked bootlader, then the fingerprint not working if you were unlocked and so on.. Such a same
 

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    Further confirmation that the update is coming to Europe in June.
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    I've had the original OnePlus phone, two BQ phones and two Xiaomi phones before deciding to move on to this phone.

    And while the support from most of the other mentions for Europe wasn't supreme, what Realme pulls off here is beyond comparison. Security patches take a ridiculous amount of time to be distributed (I think the latest version is still from February?) and the whole on-and-off strategy of Realme UI 2 for the X2 Pro with the absolute abscence of communication is just absolute laughable - if it wasn't so sad. All I have to find out more about the current status of this and when to expect an update in Europe are "tech news" websites which update the same article every 2 days to stay relevant for SEO.

    I have to say I'm incredibly disappointed and will certainly not buy another one of their products. I know it won't matter, but I don't feel this behaviour is justifiable in any way.
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    Does this seem trustworthy?

    They use Google Drive for hosting...

    The file contains:
    build.prop
    md5sum.md5.txt
    MsmDownloadTool.exe
    RMX1931_11_F.10_2021042516025784.ofp
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    I've had the original OnePlus phone, two BQ phones and two Xiaomi phones before deciding to move on to this phone.

    And while the support from most of the other mentions for Europe wasn't supreme, what Realme pulls off here is beyond comparison. Security patches take a ridiculous amount of time to be distributed (I think the latest version is still from February?) and the whole on-and-off strategy of Realme UI 2 for the X2 Pro with the absolute abscence of communication is just absolute laughable - if it wasn't so sad. All I have to find out more about the current status of this and when to expect an update in Europe are "tech news" websites which update the same article every 2 days to stay relevant for SEO.

    I have to say I'm incredibly disappointed and will certainly not buy another one of their products. I know it won't matter, but I don't feel this behaviour is justifiable in any way.
    I feel you 100% bro.
    I was so excited when I ordered this phone during the Black Friday event of 2019 but we have been let down so many times.
    I remember the locked bootlader, then the fingerprint not working if you were unlocked and so on.. Such a same
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    According to this video, the update will be hitting India between June 13th to 20th so I think that India is classed as the global region (see C. 37 release that included India and Europe) so we should hopefully see it too.
    It still doesn't make me any happier about the complete lack of communication that Realme Europe have given us.
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    I found this on Punikaweb

    Update 104 (May 20)​





    IST 05:22 pm: The Spanish branch of Realme is rolling out Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update for Realme 7, 7 5G, 7 Pro, X2 Pro, and X3 SuperZoom. The commencement will be completed by July end.

    Good news I think as you should be able to download the update from the Spanish site.
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    Seems like the stable update is reaching France now so it should be available for non-beta users in Europe shortly according to this link.
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    I've had the original OnePlus phone, two BQ phones and two Xiaomi phones before deciding to move on to this phone.

    And while the support from most of the other mentions for Europe wasn't supreme, what Realme pulls off here is beyond comparison. Security patches take a ridiculous amount of time to be distributed (I think the latest version is still from February?) and the whole on-and-off strategy of Realme UI 2 for the X2 Pro with the absolute abscence of communication is just absolute laughable - if it wasn't so sad. All I have to find out more about the current status of this and when to expect an update in Europe are "tech news" websites which update the same article every 2 days to stay relevant for SEO.

    I have to say I'm incredibly disappointed and will certainly not buy another one of their products. I know it won't matter, but I don't feel this behaviour is justifiable in any way.
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    Realme continues to release betas for lots of other models in India and I still can't even get a road map for any European releases.
    I'll keep asking them until I get more than a stock email reply.
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    Further confirmation that the update is coming to Europe in June.