Realme C25s and Narzo 50A installs January 2023 update with stability improvements

Realme C25s Narzo 50A January 2023 update

Realme C25s and Narzo 50A devices have started collecting the January 2023 update with new stability improvements. While the latest firmware also fixes some known issues in the security system alongside. At present, the update is approaching a limited number of users, but the company will soon begin a wider rollout of the respective firmware.

Have you ever thought about why Realme always drops the new update only to a bunch of customers and not everyone? This is because the tech maker inspects the fresh build with the help of a few consumers. On finding a bug or an issue, the company mends the firmware and releases another update. Eventually, this process restricts the transmission of an issue to a large number of devices.

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According to the latest information, the Realme C25s and Narzo 50A device users are grabbing the January 2023 firmware update with the UI version RMX3197_11.C.14 and RMX3430_11.C.14 respectively. Although there is no particular listing of the software package, to install the build effectively, make sure to have at least 400MB of free space in your device.

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Moving on to the changelog, the update brings the fresh December 2022 security patch on board. Ultimately, this addition will block the way of privacy exploits and threats in the device. Besides, it will end the hidden issues and bugs of the system that often results in abnormal functioning of the smartphone.

On the other hand, the update works on optimizing the stability aspects of the system. Consequently, users will obtain reliable and coherent device mechanisms after installing the latest update. Want to know more? You can read the full changelog below.

Realme C25s Narzo 50A January 2023 update

January 2023 Update Changelog:


  • Updated Android security patch to December 2022
  • Increased the security aspects of the system


  • Fixed some known issues
  • Optimized system stability

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