Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 (Android 10) update rolling out
Verizon has finally pushed in the One UI 2.0 (Android 10) update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. One of the major US carriers Sprint, will also be pushing the update starting from February 24.
Notably, the Verizon and T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note 9 was expected to get the update back in January, but later the update for T-Mobile users was postponed to February 23. PiunikaWeb reader should also know that users in Hong Kong and Australia have already grabbed the update.
However, if you cannot wait for the OTA to arrive on your Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon Galaxy Note 9 units then, you can read an earlier report by us where we have discussed how you can install the Android 10 update for Galaxy Note 9 on these major US carriers.
Coming back to the Note 9 One UI 2.0 update for devices on Verizon network, it goes without saying, the update brings in all the new goodies of the Android 10. This new update arrives with the build number DTAA. Below is the official changelog of the update along with the screenshot of the same:
– Android 10.0
– Updated user experience
It’s worth mentioning, at the time of writing this post, the official update tracker of Verizon for Note 9 hasn’t been updated. But we’ll be keeping a track, and will let you know as and when the page gets updated.
Keep in mind that the update is being pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the units. However, users can also go ahead and check for the update notification by heading to Settings>>Software Update>>tap on Download and Install option.
In the meantime, you can check out our dedicated Samsung section to read more similar stories surrounding Samsung devices and smartphones.
Due credits: Thanks, Christion Callahan for the screenshots and tip
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