Sprint Releases Android 9 Pie for the Galaxy Note 9

4 February, 2019 Samsung Updates


Just like every year, unlocked versions of the Samsung flagship smartphones have not received the Android 9 Pie update yet in the US, although all the three major carriers have already rolled out the same for their respective carrier locked S9/S9+ models. Sprint was the latest carrier to join in on the action, as owners of the Galaxy Note 9 on Sprint have recently started receiving Android 9 Pie on their respective smartphones. AT&T was the first to update their Note 9 and now that Sprint has also released their variant of the update. Only Note 9 owners on Verizon await the much awaited OTA upgrade.

In case you have a Note 9 on Sprint, you should be receiving firmware version N960USQU1CSAA any time now, in which the January security patch is also embedded. For most users, the update will be roughly 1.9GB in size, but in case you were one of the beta testers, the file size will be much smaller. As far as updating the unlocked variants are concerned though, you are not in luck if you live in the US! Not that your device won't get the update, but there's no telling when that will happen.

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