The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the current best flagship device available from the company. The Note 9 comes with all the bells and whistles one could expect from a flagship device in 2018. The device was launched with Android 8.1 Oreo aboard and the company has now begun beta testing the new Android 9 Pie update alongside One UI for the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung has now released another beta update for users in the One UI beta programme. This new update is currently available in India and US and might roll out in other regions soon. The software version for the new update has been bumped to N960FXXU2ZRLR (N960U1UEUZRLL for the US), via Sammobile.
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This could possibly be the last Android 9 Pie beta update for the Galaxy Note 9 since the stable update is just around the corner. The update for the Galaxy Note 9 also brings along the January security patch which makes one of the first devices to get the January security patch, albeit, on a beta version.
Furthermore, the update fixes several issues which were present on the current beta version for Note 9 such as the Samsung Notes app crashing, apps reloading when accessed from the recent apps screen, sluggish response when switching between front and back cameras, search bar not appearing inside the dialer, and navigation bar gestures not working.
If you’re already on the Android 9 Pie beta build, then simply head over to Settings > Software update > Download and install. Once the update is available for you, tap on Download and then tap on install.