We all know that many of the smartphone makers are rolling out Android 9 Pie beta Update to their handsets in phases. The reason is that Android 9 Pie beta is one of the Major Updates that has brought an improved user experience. Samsung has now launched a beta testing program for its flagship phones including Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This is a second update with build number N960FXXU2ZRL6 and weighs just over 550MB. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9 Pie beta update has come with some changes and has pushed all the bugs out.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9 Pie beta update Arrived with Bug Fixes
The second update to the Android Pie beta for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has come with many bug fixes which were included in the latest update, such as:
- Dialer freezing
- Samsung Pass autofill issues
- Data Roaming non-connectivity
- App update errors on the Google Play Store and Galaxy App Store
- Call app crashes
This update of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is available in all countries:
With this update, autofill is also working properly and as discussed above the dialer app is not crashing as well. Now YouTube also keeps on working when you enter the recent apps menu unlike before. a
How to update the Galaxy Note 9 beta:
In order to update Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to the second beta update go to Settings>software update>download and install. After following these steps, downloading will start.
The non-beta Galaxy Note 9 users will get December 2018 security patch later.
For people who are wondering, How to Update to Android 9 Pie/One UI Beta for Note 9 & Galaxy S9/S9+, here’s a guide for you.