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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets a fourth Android Pie beta update



Updates for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta comes thick and fast. We have already seen the device get some updates already, but now for users in India, Germany, and South Korea, a fourth update has come out and the rest of the world is getting the update soon.

Thanks to Samsung experts on SamMobile we know that the update will back up the software version of the N960FXXU2ZRLT. The three previous Android Pie beta updates introduced the brand new One UI along with a variety of Android Pie-specific features and OS updates.

For everyone out there, hope that the third update was the final test bed before the full release of the Android Pie on the Galaxy Note 9, so we're sorry to disappoint. Changelog addresses a few key issues that appear to have affected past beta updates, including touch-related issues.

These touch issues include particularly hard press on the home buttons that are not detected when using navigation gestures, and the storage keyboard does not respond to the bottom right of the note 9 screen. Pretty important fixes all things considered, so kudos to Samsung to get these big issues fixed instead of waiting for a full pie release to fix.

How to download the fourth Android Pie beta update for Samsung Galaxy Note 9

  • Head to Settings> Software Update.
  • Touch Download and Install – this may require some attempts to start downloading.
  • Alternatively, head to the Samsung members app. The update will appear here when available.

For those who are not willing to come on the Android Pie beta path, we know that the "full" part of the Pie is expected to be available to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users at some point in February 2019. It's number Two in line with over 20 different Samsung devices expected to receive the update in 2019. So do not wait too much longer for a proper Pie experience.

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