US unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets second One UI 2.0 (Android 10) beta update
Samsung has all its energy focused on pushing out the latest One UI 2.0 update which is based on Android 10 for its compatible devices. The brand did come up with multiple regional-specific timelines for Android 10 update, and they are working towards it in full-swing.
Readers must keep in mind that the 2017 models i.e. the Note 8 and Galaxy S8 will probably miss out on the Android 10 update. However, Galaxy Note 9 users must cherish as the Korean OEM has pushed in the second One UI 2.0 beta for the device.
Notably, the update is at present only available for the US unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 9. PiunikaWeb readers must remember that the first One UI 2.0 beta update arrived for the US unlocked variants some days back this month.
The first update (version ZSL2) packed in December 2019 security patch along with all the Android 10 and One UI 2.0 goodies. Matter of fact, the Exynos variant of the Note 9 has already received the third beta.
Cut to now, the new update is arriving with version number ZSL7 and brings in critical bug fixes for S-Pen, iris recognition, mobile hotspot and much more.
However, there are some known issues also with Bixby in this new update where the Bixby vision preview keeps freezing and force close occurs while scanning objects with Bixby.
You can check out the changelog along with the screenshot of the beta notice shared by one of the users:
Bugs that have been fixed
– FC occurs while using Samsung Pass
– SPen Aircommand translation does not work
– Iris recognition for Secure Folder is failed
– FC occurs while editing LED icon
– Mobile hotspot connection is unstable
– Bixby vision preview gets freeze and “Bixby framework keeps stopping” force close occurs while scanning objects.
Moreover, users on various platforms like Reddit and XDA have confirmed that they have received the One UI 2.0 second beta update on their US unlocked Galaxy Note 9.
Keep in mind, you will get this update notification if you have joined the beta recruitment program for the One UI 2.0 (Android 10) on your Galaxy Note 9. Feel free to let us know in the comments below whether you received this update or not.
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