T-Mobile releases Android 10 update to Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+
Three weeks after Samsung started seeding the Android 10 update to the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 units in the US, T-Mobile has released it to the Galaxy Note 9 units on its network. The carrier has also released the Android 10 update to the Galaxy S9, and the Galaxy S9+ sold through its network.
The US carrier announced the availability of the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 to Samsung’s 2018 flagship smartphones via support pages for the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, and the Galaxy S9+. These smartphones are also receiving the February 2020 security patch as a part of their latest software updates.
The Galaxy S9’s firmware version will be updated to G960USQU7DTA8, while the Galaxy S9+’s firmware version will be updated to G965USQU7DTA8 after installing Android 10 updates. The Galaxy Note 9’s One UI 2.0 update carries the firmware version N960USQU3DTAA.
Apart from Android 10 and all its related features such as better location and privacy controls, system-wide dark mode, Google’s UI navigation gestures, Digital Wellbeing, smart replies, and newer emojis, the phones also get access to One UI 2.0 features such as tweaked UI design, redesigned camera app, re-arranged sections in the Settings menu, and more. T-Mobile has also removed the DIGITS built-in multi-line settings from all three Samsung phones that have received the latest update.
You should now be able to see the update notification on your Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy S9+. If you haven’t received the update yet, you can manually check for the update by heading to the phone’s Settings » Software update menu and tapping the Download and install option.
AT&T and Verizon released the Android 10 update to the Galaxy Note 9 earlier this month. The Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ received the One UI 2.0 update on Verizon’s network yesterday and on AT&T’s network three weeks ago.