One UI 2.0 Apps are Available to Download for Samsung Devices (Android Pie 9.0)

Just a few days ago, Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 2.0 based on Android 10. The One UI 2.0 brings a lot of really cool new features, but the update is not available for all the Samsung devices. Currently, the update is available for the Galaxy S10 lineup. But if you’re using an older Galaxy smartphone which is running on the Android Pie 9.0 then you can taste the One UI 2.0 by installing the ported apps. Here you can Download Samsung One UI 2.0 Apps for any Samsung Devices.

Talking about the One UI 2.0, then the the update brings full-screen navigation gestures with Android 10, enhanced one-handed mode, digital wellbeing, the bolder font in settings, new volume menu slider, detailed battery stats, new security patch, and a few other useful changes. And all the apps brings a couple of improvements and changes, like new user interface in call screen app, dialer, digital wellbeing. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series device users have already received the One UI 2.0 update on their S10. And these apps are ported from the Galaxy S10.

Thanks to AlexisXDA (senior member at XDA) who have ported the One UI 2.0 apps for Android Pie 9.0. Yes, you can install all the apps on your Samsung smartphone which is running on One UI 1.0+ or Android 9 with a custom recovery. Talking about the file size, then all the mod ports are packed in a zip file which is in approx. 300MB size. Here’s the complete list of apps that are available in the zip file.

One UI 2.0 Ported Apps

  • Dialer
  • Call Screen UI
  • My Files
  • Clock
  • Browser
  • Messaging
  • Gallery
  • Calendar
  • Weather app
  • Keyboard
  • Emoji’s
  • Good Lock and Task Changer
  • Samsung Browser in the aroma
  • Samsung One Font
  • Samsung Cloud
  • Smart Capture
  • Galaxy Store
  • TouchWiz Home
  • Smart Manager
  • Digital Wellbeing (with Bugs)
  • Bixby Home in aroma

Download Samsung One UI 2.0 Ported Apps for Android Pie 9.0

All the above-listed apps can be installed on any Samsung device running on Android Pie 9.0 or One UI 1.0+. There are a few bugs in the digital wellbeing app, while the other apps are working fine. Below we list a direct download link, by which you can easily download the zip file and then install the apps on your Samsung device.

Download One UI 2.0 Apps (Ported)

After downloading the file, make sure to follow the below-listed installation steps.

Note: Make sure that you’ve installed custom recovery on your Samsung device.

How to Install One UI 2.0 Apps on any Samsung Device

  1. At first, download the ZIP file from the above link.
  2. Copy the file and place it to the internal storage (outside of every folder).
  3. Now reboot your smartphone into the recovery mode.
  4. Click on Install > Browse > Select the file to flash.
  5. Once done, reboot your smartphone.
  6. That’s it.

All done. Now you can start using the Samsung One UI 2.0 apps on your smartphone.

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