Samsung pushing out Galaxy Note9 Android Pie-based One UI

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The new firmware for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 brings the security patches of November and of course the One UI interface. The only catch is that the program is only available for those living in Germany and India for now. Just like other tech giants, Samsung has also released Beta program for its users who can't wait till January.

According to SamMobile, the firmware version being pushed out is N960FXXU2ZRKQ. The highlight of the build is, of course, the bump up to Android 9 Pie as well as Samsung's One UI.

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A selection of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 owners in some countries can now sample the Android Pie beta, along with the new One UI.

There's a big list of changes with this new update. Register an account and follow the onscreen instructions.

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Last month, at its developer conference in San Francisco, Samsung announced Android Pie beta program for many of its smartphones, including flagship devices.

Also, keep in mind that this is indeed a beta UI so it will not be the most stable experience. That beta has apparently expanded to U.S. unlocked Note 9 devices. Yay. 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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