Unlocked Galaxy Note9 receives Android Pie in the US

Ro, 12 March 2019

The global version of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 received the One UI update based on Android 9.0 Pie in January and February and just this month, the carrier-locked version got the OTA update too. Even Brazil's unlocked handsets got it.

But only now, the unlocked Galaxy Note9 in the US finally starts receiving the much-awaited Pie update. Galaxy Note9 owners were fast to share that their carrier-unlocked phones are getting the firmware. The build number is N960U1UEUCSB3 and the download is around 1.7GB in size. It brings along the February 2019 security patch too.

If it still hasn't arrived, you can always check manually for the upgrade although, it may take a while before it spreads across the country.

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  • Anonymous

Bug fix , battery improvement . You trying to change to focus here . They promised fast update when selling the phone with premium price . And they can't fullfil . Nothing to do with software good or not . So it running software a few years ahead of ...

The service is pretty premium in my opinion. They deliver so much software innovation that thy're always several years ahead of the latest stock Android from Google. People like you never seize to amaze me! It appears it's more important to you ...

I would take a stable bug free update over early buggy update any day of the week.

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