Last month, Samsung initially usher One UI 2.0 beta program for Samsung Galaxy Note 9. And the company has been testing the Android 10 based One UI 2.0 for over a month. Recently, the device gets the fourth beta. And the single familiar bug has been fixed in this update, It means that we can get the taste of One UI 2.0 stable release anytime soon. Here you can Download Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 Beta 4 Update.
One UI by Samsung, is at the braid in providing the best Android experience to the tall phones. This year, the company pushes an update the One UI, the new one is dubbed as One UI 2.0 which is based on Android 10. It comes with a tassel of cool new features. The list bumps up with features like new gestures, quick settings, enhanced one-handed mode & digital wellbeing, updates the security settings and volume slider, alongside with basic features of Android 10.
Samsung has started rolling out the fourth beta version of One UI 2.0 for Galaxy Note 9. The third beta has only a single bug, which have fixed in this release. The current release gains version number N960FXXU4ZSLB and OTA weighs around 137MB in size, while the firmware is 3.4GB in size. Luckily, the changelog is available, so before downloading the update you can take a tab on it.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android 10 One UI 2.0 Beta 4 – Changelog
- Enabled S10 Multiwallpaper and add more multipack wallpaper (Disabled Stock Infinitywallpaper)
- Enabled Galaxy Labs for non support country
- Enabled Samsung KNOX Secure Folder after Rooted
- Enabled Biometrics unlock after reboot(now you can unlock phone with biometrics without pin after reboot)
- Disabled signature checking
- Disabled secure flag
- Bypass SIM2 and MicroSD tray lock
- Added applock support
- Added bixby routines from Note10
- update galaxy labs
- removed high volume warning
- Prerooted with magisk
- Updated UltraDataSaving from Q M20
- Fixed bluetooth pairing after reboot
- Enable power button on SystemUI (Ported from Note10)
- Ported Sidekey panel from Note10
- Ported #Hastag feature from Note10 (its shown when you screenshot)
- Permissive Kernel though its not full
- Little tweak ramdisk
- Reworked ADB debugging
- Preinstall update modem and bootloader
- Added N960N variant support(beta)
Download Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 Beta 4 [Firmware]
If you’re a part of the beta program then you can check the system updates, if not then you can download the firmware and then taste One UI 2.0 features. Thanks to the folks over at XDA-developers, who have shared the full firmware. You can manually update your Galaxy Note 9 to the Android 10. Here’s the firmware link.
- Download One UI 2.0 Beta 4 for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 [Firmware]
- Make sure that your device is charged at least 30%.
- Make sure to backup your data before updating the phone.
- Download Samsung USB Drivers and Odin Flash Tool for your PC.
How to Update Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to Android 10
- At first, you need to Download the Odin Flash Tool on your PC.
- Then, download the N960FXXU4ZSLB (Android 10 firmware) of Galaxy Note 9.
- Now, Open OdinTool.exe from the extracted Odin Flash Tool folder.
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 completely.
- Press & hold Volume Up + Volume Down + Power button together until any change appears in the screen.
- A warning screen will appear with few options.
- Press Volume up button to enter Download Mode/Odin Mode.
- Now connect the phone to PC via USB cable.
- In Odin, it will show blue sign in ID:COM if your phone is connected. If not showing then reinstall USB drivers.
- In Odin, switch to the Options tab and untick “Auto Reboot”.
- Check the extracted firmware folder, there you will find AP, BL, CP, CSC & Home_CSC files. In Odin click on AP and locate AP file and similarly for BL and CP.
- Click on CSC and locate CSC file if you want to delete all data of your phone. Otherwise, locate Home_CSC file if you want to wipe all the data. Selecting CSC file over Home_CSC is recommended because it will reduce the chances of bugs. But if you are already in Russia region then you can select Home_CSC file.
- After selecting all the four files, click on Start.
- It will take time to flash. You can check the progress in the Odin tool.
- After flashing it will give a success message. Now you can disconnect your device and reboot into the system.
After rebooting the phone, you can start using the One UI 2.0 based Android 10 on your smartphone.
One UI 2.0 Beta 5 hits Galaxy Note 9
Samsung has started rolling out One UI 2.0 beta 5 updates, this could be the last beta update that arrives on the Galaxy Note 9. Well, for now, the OTA is weeding in European regions. It will soon available for other regions as well. Talking about the One UI 2.0 beta 5, then there are some stability improvements. The download link is not available yet. We’ll add once it is available.
Source (One UI 2.0 Beta 5) – SamMobile
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