Samsung pushes Android 10 updates to Galaxy Note 9 users

Several users on the XDA reported that Samsung had begun to think of Galaxy Note 9 users in india pushing OneUI 2.0 updates tailored to Android 10. Although currently only for registered users participating in the OneUI 2.0 metric project, it is believed that a larger public push will soon begin. If you’re not willing to take on the bugs you might encounter due to a taste, stay on the Android 9 Pie-based version of the software for the time being.

Samsung pushes Android 10 updates to Galaxy Note 9 users

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For OneUI 2.0 Beta users, this update upgraded the version number to N960FXXU4DSLB, but the update package is only 100MB in size.

It brings security patches for December 2019, as well as various bug fixes. For public users who are interested, they can manually detect and download the installation by going to Settings – System Update.

Samsung pushes Android 10 updates to Galaxy Note 9 users

The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update brings many new features and improves the overall stability of your device. Examples include global-wide dark modes, smart lock screens, and new focus modes and gesture navigation.

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