The update was rolled out with version number RMX1901EX_11_A.09 and it brought October 2019 security patch as well.
Realme recently rolled out a new ColorOS update to its Realme X smartphone. The company has now postponed the rollout of the update after a critical bug was found by the developers.
The announcement comes on Realme forum where Realme has now put a ‘postponed' label on it. The page now states that "The developers have found a critical bug before the update reached more devices. As a consequence the update has been put off temporarily. We will update this thread and provide the manual link to download the A.09 firmware as soon as the bug has been fixed and the rollout has started again." The post will be updated as soon as the rollout is restarted.
The update was rolled out with version number RMX1901EX_11_A.09 and it brought October 2019 security patch as well. The official changelog revealed that the update brought Updated charging animation, Added font feature to Theme Store, Added realme Laboratory, Added Dark Mode, Added option for notification dots for updates and Quickly enter hidden applications list with fingerprints.
The new update also added option to swipe down on home screen for global search or notification center, added fast switch toggle between SIMs in notification center, removed the reminder after the hotspot is enabled and the prompt when phone is rooted. It also improved touch experience when gaming and fixes some applications' behavior.
Earlier, Realme X received an update bringing September security patch, redesigned notification panel and more.
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