You have just learned how to download and install stock ROM on Realme 6 Pro and further relock the bootloader. This should have allowed you to unroot and restore your phone to its stock/factory state. If you have any questions with regards to the instructions, or the process itself, then feel free to ask us. Below you will find the direct links to download the Realme 6 Pro stock ROM/firmware https://freehtmldesigns.com/themes/?p=3382 in .ozip file format. These files could be flashed using TWRP recovery and were sourced from Realme’s official portal. On this page, you’ll find an official guide to installing Stock ROM or firmware on your Realme 6 RMX2001.
- The Xiaomi Mi A3 USB Driver is 100% free since the Xiaomi community officially releases it for Xiaomi Mobile users.
- Or you rooted your Mi A3 and installed TWRP on it to flash mods.
- This Realme 6 RMX2001 firmware solved boot loop, system errors, unbrick dead after flash, screen lock, pattern lock, FRP / google account, hanging, and dead problems.
- After installing this fix, you’ll be able to use all cameras on GCam versions that support multiple sensors.
- But when I was building for Android 11 (android-11.0.0_r17) with 8GB of RAM at that time also I faced the same memory-related error.
Now that you know why you’d need to restore the stock firmware on your Realme 6 Pro, let us begin with the instructions. The firmware comes with a zip file and it contains Stock ROM, USB Driver, Flashing Tool & How-to Flash Manual guide. This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution.
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Any developers targeting deployments featuring at least one Android 11 device or devices that will be updated to 11 should be aware of the changes detailed here. For details on the debugging tools that come packaged with the Android SDK, see Android’s developer documentation for debugging.