Samsung Galaxy S9 One UI 2.0 (Android 10) hotfix update goes live right after beta 4 (Download link inside)
The reason Samsung tops the list of popular smartphone OEMs is their flagship devices. And, the latest iterations of those ‘S’ and ‘Note’ lineups attract major OS updates before any other handset from the South Korean manufacturer.
In case you are not aware, Galaxy S10 already got the stable Android 10 build. Apparently, S9 from the previous year is in the queue to grab the same. As a preliminary step, the company began the beta program and yesterday, the fourth OTA has gone out.
It has solved bugs that do not ring tone on the right side in BT headset connection state and a handful of others. Turns out, they think it’s not enough! Here we are with another hotfix update for Galaxy S9, carrying the same January patch.
Apart from resolving AOD time error and improving camera entry speed, it bumps up the version from ZSLC to ZSLG. Moreover, you can also expect some minor enhancements in other departments as well.
So, Android 10 (One UI 2.0) for Galaxy S9 is confirmed. The frequent updates in the beta channel indicates they don’t want to have irritating bugs so that the regular consumer can please to have received the public build overhaul.
Unlike the old times, Samsung is delivering OTAs timelier than ever. You may differ because your ‘M’ or ‘A’ series phone haven’t received Android 10 update. But, that’s the case with majority of budget devices out there.
Back to the fourth beta hotfix update, it measures barely over 110 MB and you won’t surely exhaust your internet quota trying to download the build. As a subscriber to the beta program, one needs the previous build installed in order to get this OTA notification.
In case you want to flash, use the download link given below. Make sure your unit has Exynos processor, though.
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