The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 begins to update to Android 9 Pie officially in Europe

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 begins to update to Android 9 Pie officially in Europe

It was December 4 when Samsung published the beta program of Android 9 Pie with One UI, the new interface that comes to replace Samsung Experience, for the Galaxy Note 9.

Shortly after, Samsung Turkey showed the exact date on which the update would arrive officially, which would be on January 15 and which seems to have moved ahead.

The Korean company has released the stable version of Android 9 Pie for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Germany. This, whose code name is N960FXXU2CRLT, includes the security patch of January 1, 2019, and has been discovered by the users of the beta, so the file size is only 95 MB.

That comes to tell us that the last beta was very close to being completely stable, so the update that concerns us today would come to solve some final errors.

No date of arrival for other countries, although on the way
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 begins to update to Android 9 Pie officially in Europe

For users who have not installed the beta and are still on Android Oreo, the weight of the update will be about 1,500 MB. The deployment will be carried out via OTA and can be installed from the device settings.

The countries chosen for the launch of the One UI beta were Spain, China, France, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States, so it will be a matter of time before it reaches all markets.

The stable update should not take too long to reach the countries chosen for the One UI beta

Even so, it is likely that the firmware will be available for download on Sammobile soon. If your model is international, that is, the one with the Exynos 9810 processor, you can install it using ODIN manually. It is not a very complicated process, but it can involve risks for the integrity of the device.

Finally, it should be noted that the next device that will receive Android Pie (according to Samsung Turkey) will be the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Note 8.

The release of the stable version was scheduled for February 15, but see what was seen with the Galaxy S9 (now updated) and Note 9, it would not be unusual for it to go ahead.

VIA / Android Hilfe