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Updated on January 06, 2019: Finally, Samsung rolled the stable version of Android Pie with One UI for Galaxy Note 9 with build number N960FXXU2CRLT.
Alright, so it looks like that you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Well, great. Samsung is one of the most popular and reliable Smartphone brands out there. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is no less, in fact, it is one of the most popular Note series devices which comes with S-Pen right now. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI is now live in the form of (Android Pie) beta program in India. Soon it will start the beta test in other regions. Here we will list all the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie with One UI.
Well, One UI is the new interface developed by Samsung for their all supported device. It is currently started with the base of Android Pie which brings new and enhanced One UI interface design along with many new features and customizations. The main features of OneUI are one-handed usage and other features include system-wide dark mode, a new UI, and design language focused on ease of use and reachability, and a lot more things. Those who want to try it can test the beta leaked build of One UI for Galaxy Note 9.
Android 9.0 Pie is the 9th iteration and a major update of Google’s Android OS. The new Android Pie brings a couple of design changes to the successor Android Oreo but the most notable one is the gesture-based navigation system. Other features of Android 9 Pie are New Quick Settings UI design, Redesigned volume slider, Advanced Battery with AI Support, Notch Support, Improved Adaptive Brightness, Manual theme selection, Android Dashboard which Google calls Digital Wellbeing, and more other features.
So, are you someone who wants to try the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie with OneUI? Well, if your answer is Yes to the above question, then you are on the right page. So without any further, we do, let’s jump right into it.
- 3 Steps to Install Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie with One UI
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie with OneUI
This new version of Android for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is still in beta which means that it has not been rolled out for all the S9 users, this ROM is still under testing. Despite all this, there are a lot of new features with this new ROM which is working totally fine. Now, with that being said, we would be sharing the guide using which you can install and try this all new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI firmware.
Now, before we get straight to the guide, we would like to tell you that this would work only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s model listed below.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960U (Snapdragon variant)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960F (Exynos variant)
How to Join Android Pie Beta on your Galaxy Note 9
- OPen the Samsung members App on your device.
- Tap on the Notices option.
- You will see this “One UI with Android 9.0 on Galaxy Note 9”.
- Tap on it to enroll.
Steps to Install Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie with One UI
Now, let us take a look at the prerequisites for installing the Android Pie Beta on Galaxy Note 9. Should we?
- Make sure that your Galaxy Note 9 with the Snapdragon model is listed above.
- You need a PC for this guide.
- Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 should have at least a 60% charge left.
- Active Internet Connection.
|N960USQU1CSB3||Android 9.0 Pie for Galaxy Note 9 US Carrier variants|
|N960U1UEUCSB3||US Unlocked Galaxy Note9 Android Pie Update|
|N960U1UEU1CSB3||T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie|
|N950NKSU4DSB4||Stable Pie Update in Korean variant|
|N960WVLU1CSAA||Canada Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie|
|N960USQU1CSAA||AT&T Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie [Stable]|
|N960FXXU2CSA7||Galaxy Note 9 Nordic Countries – [Stable]|
|N960USQU1CSA7||AT&T Galaxy Note 9 Android 9.0 Pie [Beta]|
|N960FXXU2CSA3||Stable Pie Update – Vodafone – Installation Guide|
|N960FXXU2CSA2 – Download Mirror GDrive||Stable Pie Update – Installation Guide|
|N960FXXU2CRLT – Download||Stable Beta OneUI – Installation Guide|
|N960FXXU2ZRLT||Fourth One UI Beta Build|
|N960FXXU2ZRL6||Second One UI Beta Build|
|N960FXXU2ZRKQ||First One UI Beta Build|
Once you have downloaded the above prerequisites, its time to install the Android Pie Beta on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
- This firmware is exclusively for Galaxy Note 9
- Make sure to have more than 50% battery on your device.
- A PC or Laptop to perform the installation.
- Install Samsung USB Drivers on your PC.
- Download ADB fastboot drivers.
- Take a Full Backup on your phone before installing any new firmware.
- You need to Enter Samsung Download Mode.
- GetDroidTipswill not be responsible for any incidental bricking/damage to your device while/after installing this firmware update. Follow the steps carefully.
Now, in order to install Android Pie Beta on your Samsung Galaxy S9, you need to follow these steps carefully. You need USB Drivers and the latest ODIN tool.
So, that’s it. After waiting all these months you can now install and enjoy the official Android 9.0 Pie on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
That’s it guys, We hope that you found this guide useful. Just in case, if you have stuck somewhere or had any questions related to the topic. Then, feel free to leave them in the comments section down below.
One UI Changelog:
The Beta Android Pie OS update brings a massive changelog with it. We are listing it out in this section.
- Content and Settings have been re-organized
- Interactive Elements moved to screen bottom for easy access
- Night mode feature
- Reply to messages directly in the notification panel
- Image thumbnails now show on the notification
- New Emojis
- Adaptive theme changes
- Floating keyboard
Always On Display
- New clock styles added
- Battery charging information
- Improved search
- Enables search within App
- New scene optimizer enhances the camera color settings.
- Adds new Editor tool for Photos.
- New storage analysis tool has been added to help you monitor storage usage.
- Show/hide items on MyFiles home screen.
- Shows daily step counts in the notification panel.
- Lift to wake feature turns on the screen when you pick up the phone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications:
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 sports a 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. The display protection comes from the Gorilla Glass by Corning. The Galaxy Note 9 packs 2 types of chipsets. The global variant comes with Exynos 9810 Octa and Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 for USA/China variant. The device packs 128/512GB internal storage and 6/8GB of RAM.
The Galaxy Note 9 sports a Dual Camera of 12MP + 12MP Rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The device runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung Experience 9 and there is a 4000 mAh capacity battery powering this device.
The automatic shutdown is a common problem to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, although the problem is vague in a sense that each case may be caused by different factors. We’ve received a lot of emails from our readers regarding this issue and it’s about time we’ll answer some of the questions related to this problem.
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- Not enough battery to power the device.
- Loose battery connection.
- Too many apps running.
- An app has gone rogue.
- Hardware defect.
Basically, this post will revolve around the five possible causes mentioned above.
Not enough battery
Naturally, when the battery runs out of power, the device shuts down with or without you knowing about it. When this problem happens to you, the very first thing you should look into is the power source–yes, the battery.
- Try to turn the device on.
- If the screen won’t flicker, it could mean the battery is totally drained.
- Insert the charger and let it charge your phone for a few minutes.
- Try to turn the device on again.
- If this time the screen flickers and the device comes on, then you shouldn’t worry because it’s just a drained battery issue.
- Just continue charging the device until it says it’s full.
Loose battery connection
After recharging the device for a few minutes and it won’t power on, it’s time you check the physical connection.
- Pop the back panel open and remove the battery.
- Check the connectors if they’re bent.
- If they were bent, use a tweezers to re-align them and reinsert the battery.
- Turn the device on to see if it works.
- If the connectors weren’t bent, clean the battery connectors with a dry cloth.
- Reinsert the battery and see if the device comes on.
- After doing all these and phone’s still dead, there could be a problem with the battery.
- If you can borrow or buy a new battery, that would be better.
This problem could be caused by a busted charger; maybe the battery was drained out but the charger failed to charge it.
Too many apps running
If the Galaxy Note 2 turns off automatically but comes on after you pressed the power button, there could be a little problem with the software. There were many users who reported that the cause of the random reboots of their devices were apps that were running in the background.
- Go to the Home screen.
- Press and hold the Home button until Recent Apps screen appears.
- Swipe each app you could find to close them. Doing this will only close the apps that were recently been used but not all.
- Go to Settings.
- Application Manager.
- Swipe to Running tab.
- Tap each third-party app you can find and force close them.
It may take a little while to complete this procedure but you’re not only preventing the automatic shutdown problem, you’re making your Galaxy Note 2 run a little faster. It’s worth your time and effort, for sure.
An app has gone rogue
If the random shutdown problem happened after you installed a specific app, it could be that it is the one causing the problem. Perhaps it’s incompatible with the current version of Android that’s running on your phone or simply having some issues with the TouchWiz UI…anything could happen. If this was case, here’s what you need to do:
- Recall which app you installed prior to the problem.
- Go to Settings, then Application Manager.
- Find the app and tap on it.
- Try to disable it first and see if the reboot still occurs.
- If it does, clear the app’s cache and data and see if the problem persists.
- If it still does, there’s no other option but to uninstall it. (You could also file a report to the developer of the app.)
For this case, there is probably no solution. But you can try the factory reset and reinstall the app to see if it works after that, although there’s no guarantee. And we’re not sure if you have the time to back everything up on your device because every bit of data will be deleted once you do the factory reset. So, beware!
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If all else fail, it could be a hardware problem and the best thing to do is to have an appointment with an authorized technician or your provider and have the phone checked. You can always request for a replacement especially when you’re on a plan.
There’s no point in troubleshooting obvious hardware problems because you may even end up not being able to claim warranty if you go a little further. Of course, there are other risks involved.
Having problems with your phone?
Tell us about them by emailing us at [email protected] Make sure to include as much details as possible so that we could understand the problem well and find the best solutions for you. If you can share a screenshot or two, that would be better.
We may not be able to respond to every email we receive but rest assured we do read them… yes, all of them even if some do look like spams.