The Samsung Galaxy S9 is one of the many phones alongside Note 9 to receive the One UI update sooner or later. In November, Samsung kick-started the beta-program of the One UI for the S9 and S9+ in the United States and South Korea as we’ve mentioned in a story before.
One UI brings the Android 9.0 Pie on the table with tons of new features accompanied with it. The features mostly help in one-handed usage and the Note 9 will be receiving the beta very soon across the globe.
As mentioned before, users in the US were able to sign up for the best via the Members Club App and now users in India have started signing up for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. The update according to reports seems to have the December 2018 security patch for the last week and it seems to be a third beta version which is being released for the users. The firmware versions that’ll be receiving the updates are out for the Galaxy S9+ (G965FXXU2ZRL5) and Galaxy S9 (G960FXXU2ZRL5).
For the users who’ve already enrolled in the beta can now successfully download the latest software updates by going into Software updates and Download Updates Manually. The update weighs around 1.8GB and you should make some space for it. Also, don’t forget to backup your precious files.
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