A new update is now rolling out for T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 9 in the United States, bumping the software build up to N960USQU2CSGA. It reportedly introduces the long-awaited Night mode for the camera which should allow Note 9 users to capture better photos in low-light conditions. Presumably, given the build number, the update should also include the QR scanner feature.
The package carries the same software build as the one released by Verizon for its Galaxy Note 9 last week. Along with the new features and enhancements, the update also pushes the July 2019 security patch onto the device. As usual, it fixes a number of vulnerabilities within Android OS and Samsung’s software. You can read more about it in the July 2019 security patch detailed report.
T-Mobile is rolling out the latest update over-the-air, meaning it should be accompanied by an update notification which users can tap in order to start the process. If you happen to own the Galaxy Note 9 on T-Mobile’s network in the US, you can also attempt to trigger the update manually by opening the Settings app on the phone, navigating to Software update, and tapping Download and install.
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