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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Starts Receiving One UI based Android 9 Pie Stable Update

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has started receiving the stable Android 9 Pie update based on One UI. The update has been started rolling in Germany and should be expanded to other markets very soon where the beta was made available. The recent Note 9 Pie beta is almost a final version since the stable update is just 95 MB download for the beta users. This update will also be available for users on Android Oreo and should be reaching your device soon.

If you have not received the update yet, and cannot wait for it, you can always go to the settings of the device and check for the update manually from the system updates section. Furthermore, make sure the device is having at least 60 percent of battery before you install the update and do back up all the important date just to be on the safe side. Also, try downloading the update via Wi-Fi to save data charges.

Recently the South Korean Giant also announced that the Android 9 Pie update will be made available for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 so we can expect the update to be rolled out for the Galaxy S9 also very soon. The software version of the stable update is N960FXXU2CRLT and also includes January 2018 security patch along with it which also fixes all the minor bugs. It will also bring all the goodies of the Android Pie which includes changes in the UI and few others options in the settings menu.

Have you received the Android Pie update in your handset? Do you own Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy S9 smartphones from Samsung? If you have received the updates, did you notice any significant changes logs? Comment in the section below to share your thoughts and also for queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more similar news and updates.

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