Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Galaxy Note 9 One UI (Pie) beta has been released

Galaxy Note 9 One UI (Pie) beta has been released

Samsung's top-of-the-line phablet is now eligible for Android Pie-based One UI beta program, according to a report by SamMobile.

As of today, Samsung has opened registrations and has begun pushing the beta firmware OTA for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 in India and Germany, as well as finally began pushing the OTA to those who registered on the Samsung + app in the United States. The same goes for global Note 9 owners.

Samsung's Galaxy Android Pie update was officially scheduled for a roll-out in early 2019.

Do note that, to get into the One UI programme, users need to be on the latest Android 8.1.0 on your Galaxy Note 9 device and follow the process accordingly via Samsung Members app.

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Lastly, as is always the case with OTA rollouts, it may take a while before the beta build start showing up under your Galaxy Note 9's "Software Update" settings.

While registering doesn't guarantee users in these countries an immediate download, users will receive a firmware software update (once approved) as part of the firmware build N960FXXU2ZRKQ.

Samsung has made quite a lot of changes to One UI like all important content has been moved from the top to the bottom, Photo Editor Pro editing tools come integrated into the gallery app, improved Bixby search and much more.

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