Samsung Rolling Out third Android 9 Pie Beta for Galaxy Note 8

As we know the South Korean Giant has pushed its One UI (Android Pie) beta programme last month and since then the Galaxy Note 8 has received two beta firmware. Now the device is receiving third Android Pie beta and last week we have seen the Galaxy S8 received its third build. The latest firmware will bring many bug fixes along with a security patch for the month of February 2019.

Samsung has also listed its security maintenance release for the handsets on stable firmware. The latest update for the Galaxy Note 8 will be coming with the Firmware version N950FXXu5ZSB1 which has already started rolling out. The users who are on the beta programme can get it by accessing the setting menu and then the Software update section and if the file is available the user needs to download it and install.

There were few bugs that were discovered and reported in the previous built that includes the fingerprint sensor issue in the Samsung pay and also lag when clicking on the recent app button. The music continued to play when the Samsung Music was closed for the top bar and few more minor issues. There is also a but that prevented the Air Command icon for appearing when the S Pen was removed has been addressed.

The latest updates Aldo bring fixes for the secure folder getting hanged when switching. The camera application which was closing forcible when video screen ratio changes and even the crashing of the photo editor when the image was rotated. The stable version of the Android Pie for the Galaxy Note 8 is said to be coming in the next two weeks but nothing is confirmed as of now. Are you on the beta programme? Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.

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