After AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint released the Android Pie update in their network for Galaxy Note 9 Users, the 4th major carrier of the US, Verizon finally rolled out the Android Pie update a day ago.
For Galaxy S9 and S9+, Verizon was the first major cellphone carrier in the United States to release the Android Pie update. However, they fell behind their Android Pie rollout for Galaxy Note 9. They just posted the details for Note 9 Pie update on their website. The update came with the latest software version N960USQU1CSB3.
What’s new in Android Pie – Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The update brings usual features of Android Pie like
- Notification Management
- Adaptive battery
- A new change in design with the dark mode, navigation features and many more.
The update also comes with the security patch for February 2019. Although Verizon did not reveal the size of the update, we assume that it will be the same as that of unlocked Galaxy Note 9, i.e. less than 2GB.
How to Get the Update
To get the One UI Android Pie update for your Note 9
- Go to the settings application on your device.
- Tap on Software Update
- Tap on Download Updates Manually.
- The update is server side and it may take some time to get it on your unit.
Once the update is available for you, you will get a notification.
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