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Samsung One UI Beta now for the Galaxy Note 9, Here is how you can get it



Samsung’s one UI is going to be the next big thing, this is the company’s own custom Android skin, and it mainly targets on reachability. This skin is basically based on Android 9 Pie and the beta testing for the same has already started on Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. Now the company has also officially added up the Galaxy Note 9, so the reports confirm that they will be receiving this as a part of the beta test update.

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Reports from SamMobile confirms that this new firmware is named as N960FXXU2ZRKQ and the users will be receiving this as an update very soon. If you are a Note 9 user, and if you are based out of India, then you can download the Samsung Member’s App from the Play store, and then you can register for the OneUI beta program. To register yourself, you must sign in with your Samsung account, and once you are done you just need to go to system updates and you will be able to download the app immediately.

This entire update is around 1.5GB and comes with a lot of new changes. A couple of them are, now you can directly reply to your conversations right from the notification panel, the all-new Unicode 11.0 emoji’s for the Samsung keyboard has been added. The device management app has now been renamed as device care, and it comes with a whole new streamlined interface. We already had the sneak peek of the OneUI in August when Samsung was at the developer conference which was held in San Francisco. So as of now, the beta testing for the UI is being done and we could be expected the official arrive by the end of January 2019. With this latest update, we hope that Samsung would be fixing the phone hanging issues, and we will be getting a liquid smooth experience.


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