Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI Android Pie Update Released for India

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI Android Pie Update Released for India

Samsung will roll out the final Android Pie/ One UI Beta for Galaxy Note 9 in January. The newer UI is drastically different from Samsung's usual Android skin and it improves upon numerous lacking features.

Today, it has started rolling out in Germany and India.

According to SamMobile, the firmware version being pushed out is N960FXXU2ZRKQ.

This programme allows users to experience the new features of the One UI that includes the latest User Experience (UX) that is based on Google's latest Android 9.0 Pie software. This can be done by downloading the Samsung Members app from Google's Play Store. Register an account and follow the onscreen instructions. In addition to doling out Android 9 Pie, it's readying a final build of its recently announced One UI, which the company says "helps you focus on what really matters most".

Also, keep in mind that this is indeed a beta UI so it will not be the most stable experience.

The new Android Pie beta for the Galaxy Note 9 can now be tested out in the USA, you will need to register for the beta and this can be done from the Samsung Members app. Samsung on Tuesday officially began expanding its One UI Beta to Note 9 users In the U.S. Sources report that, Note 9 users in the United States, Germany and India can now download the beta.

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