Boot.img for realme c11 Realme C11 Version RMX2185_11_A.85 Build realme UI 1.0 Download Download Mirror Link Please back up your data before flashing your device. More Downloads More version will be available soon Disclaimer ! # Rooting voids your device warranty.All the Boot images, system files, mentioned on our site belong to the respective developers. We are not responsible if anything goes wrong with your device. Perform it at your own risk. Stock Boot.img for realme c11 Pre-requirements 1. Fully charged phone. 2. Make sure your bootloader is unlocked. 3. Your device running on same build as given above. 4. Patience and sometimes brain. Create magisk patched boot.img for realme c11 1. Download boot.img for realme c11 from above link.2. Download latest magisk manager here.3. Open Magisk and Select Install in Magisk as shown in the image below. 4. Now , click on ‘Select and Patch a file’. It will ask for a zip file. 5. Navigate to your downloaded Boot.img for realme c11 and patch the file. 6. Wait for the process to complete. 7. Now , patched boot file of realme c11 is saved in ‘Downloads’ folder . Rename magisk_patched.img output file to boot.img. Flash magisk boot.img in realme c11 1. In pc download and Install ADB & fastboot tool from here. 2. Install USB drivers as administrator form here. 3. Connect your phone with the pc , and copy your boot.img file in fastboot folder.4. Boot your phone into fastboot mode , by pressing volume down + power button simultaneously.5. Now , open fastboot folder where you copied the boot.img for realme c11. In Address bar type “CMD” and hit enter . It will open command prompt.6. Type”FASTBOOT DEVICES” to check your device is connected or not.7. If device is connected then type “FASTBOOT FLASH BOOT boot.img” & “fastboot –disable-verity –disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img” in command prompt. 8. Its time to reboot your device , so type “FASTBOOT REBOOT” command in command prompt Congratulation, Your device is rooted. Leave a comment , if you are facing any issue during the rooting process. Our developers will definitely get back to you.