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T-Mobile begins testing Android Pie for the Galaxy Note 9

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Last updated: February 26th, 2019 at 11:13 UTC+02:00

T-Mobile has been rather late in releasing the Android Pie (One UI) update for the Galaxy Note 9. The carrier has only begun testing the Android Pie update for the device now. It is expected to roll out the update in the coming weeks, once testing is complete.

Sprint and AT&T have already rolled out the Android Pie update for the Galaxy Note 9. Verizon, meanwhile, remains mum on the matter.

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9 will get Android Pie soon

T-Mobile’s software update program consists of three stages: Development, Testing and Complete. Android Pie for the Galaxy Note 9 is currently in the testing stage. At this stage, the new software will go through tests to find and fix bugs and any final issues before it can be declared complete. Once the software is approved to be bug-free, it will be rolled out for consumers, so Galaxy Note 9 users on T-Mobile can expect the Android Pie update anytime soon.

T-Mobile has already released the update for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The carrier has the Galaxy S8, S8+, S8 Active, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy J7 Star, and the Galaxy A6 currently listed under the development stage. Testing for these devices should begin once the update is released for the Galaxy Note 9.

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