Samsung Galaxy Note 9 receives stable Android 10 with One UI 2.0

As 2019 approaches its excellent finale, Samsung has something uncommon coming up for the Galaxy Note 9 proprietors: the sweet treat of Android 10. Samsung has started turning out stable Android 10 update to Galaxy Note 9 clients in India, according to various client writes about our discussions. At the time being, the update is just being made accessible to the individuals who had taken an interest in the Android 10 beta program that opened a month ago. The steady update for those on Android Pie will probably follow in the coming days yet there’s no word on it at this time.

The update, rendition N960FXXU4DSLB, weighs just 100MB in its steady OTA structure and brings along December 2019 security fixes alongside different bug fixes. In case you’re a beta part, you can introduce the update by going to gadget Settings > System update and tapping the Download button.

This advancement is in accordance with the update guide shared by Samsung which guaranteed the Galaxy Note 9, alongside other Samsung leaders, would get the steady One UI 2.0 update by January 2020. A month ago, Samsung opened the Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy Note 9 to assemble input from clients on the most recent programming. In the wake of experiencing three beta updates, the much-anticipated One UI 2.0 based Android 10 update is presently at last prepared for the official discharge. While the steady Android 10 is purportedly turning out just in India for the time being, it shouldn’t take unreasonably yearn for Samsung to stretch out the rollout to different markets, for example, the UK and Europe, and crosswise over to all clients.


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