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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets One UI, Android 9 Pie update




The Android 9 Pie with Samsung One UI update on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now available for download in the Philippines. The update features the newest UI for Samsung smartphones which boasts an intuitive and and simplistic design which allows users to perform tasks with only one-hand.

Author’s Note: You can check out the changes in Android 9 Pie here.

This update is also available on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 devices under Smart and Globe. It is also rolling out worldwide. Check our full review here.



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9 Responses

  1. Drew Guttadore says:

    Yup, downloading it now on my Smart locked Note-9

  2. Andrew P. says:

    It’s also available now for the S9+ Smart locked. Downloading now ?

  3. Daniel says:

    Hi good evening I am actually having trouble with the new one ui program my phone has been showing some problems such as opening apps without tapping it and I just expirience some glitches and one time my phone doesn’t turned on for no reason.

  4. Drew Guttadore says:

    Guessing you need to do a hard reset and start over… ?

  5. Kervey says:

    Is there anything I need to do to receive my update on my N9? Mine’s still unupdated. :'(

  6. Drew Guttadore says:

    Hmmm, I had an S9 that wouldn’t update either, and it didn’t receive the Jan 2019 security update. It was able to synch with the update server and said it was up to date. I did pay a reduced price for it at Greenhills hehe so sort of expected, they often refurbish and then don’t have a valid synch process. You could try and use SmartSwitch with it or take it to Samsung, but most likely you’re stuck with current levels of software

  7. Drei says:

    Please share your thoughts about my problem. I’ve been using the heart rate sensor to take selfies on my galaxy note 5 then I upgraded to Galaxy Note 9 and did a software update. I noticed that I cannot use the heart rate sensor to take selfies on my Galaxy Note 9. I called up Samsung hotline and the rep told me that the Android Pie deleted this feature. Any thoughts? Or can someone confirm this?

  8. Francis Martinez says:

    Hello everyone

    I’m using a galaxy note 9 (Globe locked) and the phone is still on the January security patch. Aren’t these supposed to be updated on a monthly basis?

    Anyone else who’s having this issue?

    Thanks

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