Verizon's Galaxy S9 is now receiving Android 10 update with One UI 2.0

Vlad, 21 February 2020

Samsung started rolling out the update to Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on top to the Galaxy S9 in late January, and today this has reached those units sold by Verizon in the US.

The update will arrive over-the-air in the next few days, as it's likely to be undergoing a staged rollout. After installation, you'll be running Android 10 with Samsung's brand new One UI 2.0 on top, and you'll also have the February 2020 security patch level, which is still the most up-to-date there is. Your new software version after installation will be QP1A.190711.020.G960USQU7DTA8.

If your phone hasn't yet notified you about this update, and you're the impatient type, then it can't hurt to manually check from time to time by going to Settings > System updates > Check for system updates. You'll need to be on Wi-Fi.

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  • Pds314

This update was a disaster. All my pictures and such are completely hidden and only accessible because I have ES file explorer, but cannot be copied and back up to PC. Play store crashes within 2 minutes. Chrome crashes within 2 minutes. Settings Cra...

  • steve

I got the update today and it completely ruined the camera. Everything is VERY zoomed in on all aspect ratio options. I have a work event today and was tasked with taking pictures, and they all turned out awful. The old "full" mode was great and coul...

There will be an Android phone receiving a monthly security patch every month somewhere in the world. The news gets old after a while. Ie. itÂ’s not news.