We’ve spotted a handful of reports that the updates landing for beta-registered devices in both the UK and India. According to the changelog included in the update, this update marks the “completion” of the beta program, though given it’s rolling out to beta testers first, it’s more likely that Samsung is treating this as the final soak test before a wider release. Beta feedback is also being suspended as of this update.
Based on reports, the One UI 2.0 update for the Note9 clocks in around 100 MB, though that may ultimately vary depending on factors like your country and carrier when it starts rolling out more widely.
Spectrum, Xfinity, and US Cellular in the US
We’ve seen reports that the Android 10/One UI 2 update has started rolling out here in the US for Note9 owners. Based on those reports, the rollout for carriers varies right now, though those on Xfinity Mobile and Spectrum are confirmed, with US Cellular also possibly included.
The US carrier-branded Note9 phones previously shared a single firmware/software image under Android 9 Pie, so it’s possible the update (which has been isolated for manual installation) will arrive on other carrier devices very soon. In the meantime, some on other carriers are reporting success manually installing the available image via Odin, though you’re probably safer waiting for it to land via the traditional means.
According to SamMobile, the update has now been spotted rolling out to US unlocked Note9 models. Images for more manual flashing are also available if you’d prefer to install the update from your computer.
Image via SamMobile.
The Android 10/One UI 2 update, which includes January’s security patches, clocks in at just a hair under 2GB, so you’ll probably want to be on Wi-Fi when you pull it down.
Over the last day or so, we’ve seen reports and been tipped by our readers that the update has started rolling out for the Note9 on AT&T as well.
Image via Reddit.
The update clocks in at a hair over 2GB, so you’ll probably want to be on Wi-Fi when you pull it down. It doesn’t appear to be available for everyone, some have had to do things like play with their phone’s clock to get it to appear, but the rollout has at least started.
Based on a handful of recent tips, as well as widespread reports at venues such as Reddit, the Android 10 update is now rolling out for Verizon users of the Note9 as well.
It brings the phone up to the February 1st security patch level. No word just yet on how large the update is, but it was pretty chunky for other carrier rollouts, so you’ll probably want to be on an unmetered connection when you download it. Here’s the official changelog.