Android system is based upon Linux Kernel. Smartphone brand often provides Linux kernel source codes of their devices publicly. Making Kernel source code available helps a lot when it comes to developing custom ROMs, custom kernels, custom recoveries like TWRP, and whatnot. The source code is what is required to start the development of all of them. Without the source code, we can never come up with something that would be stable and run on the device.
Nevertheless, Realme is doing a pretty good job of providing the source code for its smartphones. Now, the brand provided the Kernel source of four more devices, namely, Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro, Realme C3, and Realme 5i. Developers can download the Kernel source all four smartphones from the Github.
Realme 6, 6 Pro Kernel Source Code :
Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro are the latest devices of Realme, launched earlier this year. Realme 6, 6 Pro main highlights are 64 MP primary camera, 90HZ display, and support for 30W fast charging. Download the Kernel source for both the phones from below:
RealmC3 is also the latest budget smartphone from Realme, which runs on Android 10 and is powered by Mediatek Helio G70 (12 nm) processor. Kernel source code for the device can be downloaded from below:
Realme 5i was also announced in January 2020 but still runs on Android 9. The devices should get the Realme UI update based on Android 10 in May along with Realme 5, 5s in May, as per the official roadmap. However, you can download the kernel source of the device from below:
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