Sprint rolling out Android Pie/One UI update for Galaxy Note 9


Sprint rolling out Android Pie/One UI update for Galaxy Note 9
Major mobile carriers in the US has begun to roll out Android Pie for Galaxy S9 and Note9 flagships, as AT&T hurried in this matter and released the newer OS for both devices instantly. Second comes Sprint that has already pushed out Pie for S9 and now rolling out the same update for Galaxy Note 9.

AT&T rolling out Android Pie/One UI update for Galaxy Note 9

This update brings the latest Android 9.0 Pie Operating System, Samsung’s ‘One UI’ design and user interface, and the January 2019 security patch. Galaxy Note 9 on Sprint receiving this update as build version N960USQU1CSAA and weighs 1840.05mb. If you want to check this update manually, head into Settings > Software update.

[Update: AT&T too] Sprint rolling out Android Pie/One UI update for Galaxy S9 and S9+

Note: After updating to Android 9.0 Pie/One UI, some apps, including Calculator, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health, Samsung Notes, Samsung Members, and Samsung Pay, need to be updated individually.