Stable Android Pie beta update is now rolling out for Galaxy Note 9 users

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Samsung is rolling out the final beta of Android Pie for Galaxy Note 9 users. The company has finally finished off their work on the new Experience UI which is based on Android Pie and is scheduled to roll out for both Galaxy Note 9 and S9 users sometime in January.

The new update is rolling out to Galaxy Note 9 beta users in Germany but will roll out soon to users worldwide. The size of the update is around 95 MB which suggests that it’s the final beta update with bug fixes to finalize Pie for the users. The software version for the stable Pie update is N960FXXU2CRLT and it includes the January 2018 security patch.

If you’re running on Android Pie beta then you can head to Settings and check for updates to download the new update. Unfortunately, it’s currently rolling out in Germany so either you can wait or use VPN to download the update.

Via: SamMobile

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