Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note9 get Android 10 beta in the US

11 December 2019
It's currently available for the unlocked units.

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kevinmcmurtrie, 14 Dec 2019The Samsung Community moderators will ask you to wipe your ... moreI can understand why moderators insta-ban people. They have to moderate all posts and don't have time for irrelevant arguments.
Provide as much information as possible when asking for help, at least try doing what people suggest or explain why you don't think it will help.
Wiping everything is actually an extremely effective quick fix for consumer products. That's why people often start with that question, to avoid bug fixing every single app and setting each user have got.

Duck of death, 12 Dec 2019Maybe post the question on the Samsung forums for the beta?... moreThe Samsung Community moderators will ask you to wipe your phone or take it in for service (to have it wiped). It's the standard process of resolving an issue by taking you offline for at least a day and making you wish you never asked for help.

I'm eternally banned for flagging moderators who were lying to customers and deleting useful posts.

Steve, 11 Dec 2019So, I register on Samsung Members, got & installed the ... moreMaybe post the question on the Samsung forums for the beta? I think you'll get a lot more useful replies there.

  • Eklash

when i receive android 10 beta on my s9+ - G96*USQS3CSAG

  • Steve

So, I register on Samsung Members, got & installed the update, and now am trying to resolve an issue that Android 10 was supposed to address - Android Streaming Hearing Aid (ASHA) support.

I have a pair of Resound LiNX Quatrro hearing aids, one of their "selling points" was how they had collaborated with Google to implement ASHA support in these, and their website notes that streaming (directly) from an Android phone requires Bluetooth 5.0 (which the S9 has) and Android 10 (which my phone has, as of today), but no joy with streaming.

Does anyone know if the One UI 2 / Android 10 beta for the S9 actually includes ASHA, or (if it does), is Resound simply selling vaporware?

I want to try this on my normal Note9. Where's the firmware?