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Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie firmware now available in SamMobile database

The rollout of the Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie update is beginning to pick up steam, with the update released in Germany and the UAE (and some neighboring markets) in the last few days. The update was initially available over the air, but we now have the first Galaxy Note 9 Pie firmware available in the SamMobile database. The firmware is for the UAE (software version N960FXXU2CSA2), and you can expect to see firmware for other markets in the coming days.

The Note 9 Android Pie update has taken some time to arrive compared to the Galaxy S9 update, and it is also more limited in availability at the moment. While Samsung had set January as the target for the official Pie update for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9, the schedule may spill over into February in some countries, especially for the Note 9. It may not necessarily be a bad thing if folks have to wait, though, since Samsung seems to have left a number of features out of the update in an attempt to push it out as quickly as possible.

In any case, you can now download the Android Pie Note 9 firmware from our database. We’ll keep updating this post as and when the update arrives in other countries; in the meantime, check out what you can expect from Android Pie on your Galaxy device and also see how it compares visually to Android Oreo.

  • Model: SM-N960F
  • Dimensions: 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm
  • Display: 6.4" (162.5mm) Super AMOLED
  • CPU: Exynos 9810
  • Camera: 12 CMOS Dual OIS (F1.5/F2.4) & Telephoto: 12MP AF F2.4)

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drestor
drestor

HI, FOR WHEN THE N9600 UPDATES?

rami206
rami206

the update is available now in Turkey 10 days before the announced date

rodrigozaag1995
rodrigozaag1995

It is possible to install in a sm-n9600 version? I’m want the new update so bad

B4tiSp0t
B4tiSp0t

On this update GoodLock 2018 doesnt work

Also Missing:
1) 4K video and 60fps recording,
2) pro mode video

danieloz82
danieloz82

Is it possible for me to install this on unlocked note 9 outside of uae ?

Klajdiii
Klajdiii

yes already installet in SEE(south east europea) my time zone and work so good ty sammobile very good work guys 😀

danieloz82
danieloz82

Thanks man ill give it a try

Amitdadwal
Amitdadwal

just wanted to ask if i should choose home csc or just csc if i want to flash it on UK note 9

MSMorsy
MSMorsy

Csc only will wipe all your phone for fresh installation, while home csc will leave your data and app the same !

Amitdadwal
Amitdadwal

Thank you 🙂

nirbik
nirbik

wow good for us

MR E
MR E

Where the hell is the December update for the SM-N960W? And now I read there’s a January update posted too? And please don’t say it’s the carriers fault, because there are 8 different carriers here in Canada and they cannot ALL be in collusion with each other not to release updates. This will be my last Samsung device I’ll ever purchase. What a [email protected]$k.

M.

AgentBachman
AgentBachman

Good riddance.

Erik9722
Erik9722

Can I use the available 9.0 pie firmware (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) to update my NEE version?

MAMUTIUPECINI
MAMUTIUPECINI

Yes you can. But backup your data before flashing the device via Odin. All data removes when flashing different CSC

Erik9722
Erik9722

Will I be able to get the old CSC back after flashing (by for example putting in my sim-card when setting it up) or is this CSC not mulit-CSC? Because I really want Samsung pay to still work, as its rolled out in my country (sweden)

danieloz82
danieloz82

Can i use this on my unlocked note 9 im not in uae

casper181
casper181

As I also have the F variant (albeit XEU) and the UAE version be installed on my device?

m2geek
m2geek

I hate that New Zealand has to wait for so long for the updates lol. It’s likely going to be February before we get it. Our idiot carriers like to molest the roms first with a gaudy wallpaper and browser homepage changes. So unnecessary.

fidocampeao
fidocampeao

In Brazil, even carrier-free roms take forever to update. Worse now, that we got the snapdragon version.

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