Samsung Galaxy S9 update with One UI 2 and Android 10 starts rolling out (Update: T-Mobile)

Regardless of updates to Samsung’s roadmap indicating that Android 10 for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ may be additional out than anticipated, the corporate has simply began pushing the most recent Android construct to first telephones from 2018’s lineup. In distinction to the Galaxy S10’s extraordinarily gradual rollout, the replace is already reside within the US and some international locations in Europe.

To this point, Reddit customers say they’ve acquired the replace in Germany, Lithuania, Spain, and the US (on Xfinity), however since reviews are solely beginning to trickle in, we’d quickly see Android 10 in lots of extra places and throughout extra carriers.

The replace has the January safety patch in tow and is available in at about 1.8GB to 2GB, relying in your machine variant. It provides Galaxy S9 homeowners all of the goodies from Android 10, together with gesture navigation, darkish mode, improved sharing, and way more. Samsung provides a few of its personal options on high, like a local display recorder, fast settings adjustments, and basic enhancements to animations and system stability.

The corporate needs to deploy the brand new software program till a minimum of April, so relying in your cellphone’s variant, you may be in for an extended wait. Head to the Software program replace entry in your cellphone’s settings to verify for the over-the-air replace. In the event you’re notably impatient, you too can obtain and flash the replace your self from SamMobile’s firmware archive, however you may lose all of your information within the course of and would possibly presumably find yourself with a brick for a cellphone — proceed with warning and provided that you completely know what you are doing.

We will presently verify the rollout for the next carriers and international locations (repeatedly up to date):

  • US
    • Unlocked
    • AT&T
    • US Mobile
    • T-Cell
    • Verizon
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • Croatia
  • Germany
  • India
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • UK

Replace 1: 2020/01/31 7:31am PST by Manuel Vonau

Earlier rollouts

US Mobile and extra international locations

Samsung continues rolling out Android 10 and first individuals in India, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland and the UK report that they’ve acquired the replace. In america, US Mobile additionally gives first subscribers with the replace.

Folks in Azerbaijan and the United Arabic Emirates have acquired the January patch sans Android 10, which may presumably imply that they will have to attend somewhat longer for the brand new OS.

Unlocked US telephones and extra international locations

A tipster confirmed to us that the replace is arriving on first unlocked US telephones. Folks based mostly in Brazil, Canada (Rogers), and Russia may also stay up for Android 10 because the rollout has begun in these international locations, too.

US Unlocked replace display.

AT&T and extra international locations

AT&T has formally revealed that it is rolling out Android 10 to its locked Galaxy S9 and S9+ telephones, and we have acquired phrase from first clients who verify the replace. Additional reviews say that folks in Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Poland, Serbia, and South Africa are presently getting the brand new OS launch, too.

Verizon

The Android 10 replace has began rolling out to S9 units on the Verizon community.

  • Thanks:
  • Levi Grove

Replace 2: 2020/02/24 2:24pm PST by Stephen Schenck

T-Cell

Samsung customers on T-Cell are in for a deal with proper now, as along with Android 10 arriving for the Galaxy Note9, we’re additionally seeing Samsung’s newest system software program hitting the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, full with February safety patch.

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