Realme has released a new Over The Air (OTA) update for its Realme 3 Pro smartphone. The update sports a version number RMX1851EX_11.C.03 and will be rolled out in phases to avoid server congestion. The update brings VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) support along with the latest Android security patch and more.
Realme 3 Pro users after installing this update can use Airtel and Jio WiFi Calling services in India. This would allow users to make calls using a WiFi. This is the most helpful indoors where the mobile signal quality is not that good.
Realme India CEO, Madhav Sheth on Twitter has also shared a list of Realme smartphones which have received WiFi Calling support in February. Take a look at the tweet below:
Guys we have released VoWiFi on the following devices in Feb. as promised!
- realme 5, realme 5s, realme 5i, realme 5 Pro
- realme X, realme X2, realme XT
- realme 3 Pro
Head to #realmeCommunity to know more.
Coming soon on other devices!
— Madhav 5G (@MadhavSheth1) March 1, 2020
Apart from VoWiFi support, the update brings the February 2020 Android security patch. It also fixes the task lock up limitation prompt. It fixes the power off countdown pop-up window that stayed dark when users switched off dark mode during the countdown.
To check if your device has received the update or not, head to Settings > Software Updates. If you see the update pop-up, you can pres download and install.
To manually install the update, you need to download it from the company's official website by clicking here. After the download is complete you can transfer the file to your device's internal storage and head to the File Manager and tap on the update file, then you will be required to. tap on the update now button.