Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta rolls out in the US

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta rolls out in the US

Samsung has released its new One UI in beta form overnight to Galaxy Note 9 users in Germany, India, and the U.S. Samsung rolls out the beta program in phases, so if you have not received it yet, its fine. In addition to doling out Android 9 Pie, it's readying a final build of its recently announced One UI, which the company says "helps you focus on what really matters most". If you want an early taste at all of this, you will need to act quickly and register for the beta on the Samsung Members app. It is the first time that Samsung has actively rolled out a public beta program for its upcoming software. As for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (model identifer N960U1) users in the United States, they can opt-in to receive beta builds via the 'Samsung+' app, according to a report by XDA Developers.

After the installation process is finished, consumers will be required to press enroll this device in the beta program button.

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Once you have registered you will need to download the software manually and it comes in at around 1700MB in size. In short, Samsung is developing One UI as a simplified way of using your phone with Android 9.0 Pie (or later). But that's just one big change, there will be much more to look forward to the next year and we are excited.

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