Here is How to Update Note 9 & Galaxy S9/S9+ to Android 9 Pie/One UI Beta

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Samsung will roll out the final Android Pie/ One UI Beta for Galaxy Note 9 in January. Just like other tech giants, Samsung has also released Beta program for its users who can’t wait till January. So the wait, Samsung has finally made  One UI beta program available to Galaxy Note 9 owners in the United States. It also plans to roll it our for people from other regions too. Samsung rolls out the beta program in phases, so if you have not received it yet, its fine. You will get it soon.
So if you are one of those lucky who has Note 9 and want to enjoy Android Pie  and Samsung’s One UI, here’s how to get it:

How to get Android 9 Pie and One UI on your Galaxy S9, S9+ or Note 9

1) Download the Samsung+ app from Google Play. To get Android 9 pie, you need to have the latest updated version of the app.
2) Open the Samsung+ app, sign in with your Samsung Account, and accept the terms and conditions.
3) Now search for a “Home” tab where you can see “notice” for joining One UI Beta Program.”
4) click on the Beta Program notice and then tap the Register button and accept more terms and conditions.
5) Your phone is now updated with the latest Android 9 Pie.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samsung.oh


6) To confirm that the update is pushed to your phone, go to Settings then Software update and Download updates manually.

Note-Install OTA Updates:

After getting your devices updates with Android Pie Beta, you will see some OTA update. It will take an hour to update. In order to speed up the process go to Settings > Software Update and hit Download Updates Manually.
Within a few minutes of registering for the Android Pie beta on your Galaxy Note 9, you should see an OTA update arrive. The time required will vary from person to person, but for most it shouldn’t take more than an hour. You can speed up the process by going to Settings > Software Update and hit Download Updates Manually. The update weighs in at about 1.7GB, so you’ll want to be on Wi-Fi to download it.

So what are you waiting for?

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