Galaxy Note 9 getting One UI 2.0 Android 10 update in the US

Samsung starts rolling out the One UI 2.0 Android 10 update for Galaxy Note 9 users in the US. They will now be able to get the full One UI 2.0 experience on their carrier-locked Galaxy Note 9. The update available for US Cellular, Xfinity Mobile, Spectrum Mobile, and Comcast users, but it should soon be making its way to devices on major carriers as well.

The latest update brings the January 2020 security patch for the Note 9 users. The software version is getting bumped to N960USQU3DTA4. The size of an update around 2GB. Keep in mind the size of the update is big and make sure you have enough storage.

Now you can enjoy new features, you get Google’s navigation gestures, a native screen recorder, Link to Windows integration for Microsoft’s Your Phone Companion app, improved Digital Wellbeing with parental controls and Focus mode, the option to add an alternative look for facial recognition, and more. Plenty of user interface changes and enhancements are included as well.

If you own a Verizon Galaxy Note 9 and reside in the US you can check if the update is available by going into the Settings » Software update menu and tapping the Download updates manually option.

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