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Master Geek


  # 2165727 22-Jan-2019 19:46
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2 Degrees Note 8 I just got security update for January 1st 2019.cool


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  # 2165794 22-Jan-2019 21:07
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Update is available on my Spark Note 8 too.




PC: R7 3700x 4.3Ghz/32GB DDR4/GTX1070

 


 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 2166687 24-Jan-2019 09:04
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so are we getting the android pie beta for note 8 or has anyone installed them using other methods ??


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Geek


  # 2184441 20-Feb-2019 16:50
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XinfinityoO:

 

so are we getting the android pie beta for note 8 or has anyone installed them using other methods ??

 

I updated OTA today and the phone is now Android 9.

 

Mine is an International Duo handpiece. SM-N950F


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Master Geek


  # 2184444 20-Feb-2019 16:53
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Which network? I have same model number but no OTA update available to me. I'm with 2d.

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Geek


  # 2184445 20-Feb-2019 16:55
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Vodafone.


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  # 2184462 20-Feb-2019 17:18
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salttlas: Which network? I have same model number but no OTA update available to me. I'm with 2d.


Not network related

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Master Geek


  # 2184512 20-Feb-2019 19:36
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Linux:
salttlas: Which network? I have same model number but no OTA update available to me. I'm with 2d.


Not network related

John


Care to explain further for someone who doesn't get it... If it is not network related, then why would one carrier push OTA update for Android version update before another. Same phone model number.
Cheers!

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Master Geek


  # 2184513 20-Feb-2019 19:36
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Linux:
salttlas: Which network? I have same model number but no OTA update available to me. I'm with 2d.


Not network related

John


Care to explain further for someone who doesn't get it... If it is not network related, then why would one carrier push OTA update for Android version update before another. Same phone model number.
Cheers!

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  # 2184515 20-Feb-2019 19:40
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Carrier does not push out the OTA update either Samsung does

It's related to the csc code lots of information about it online

John

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Master Geek


  # 2184526 20-Feb-2019 20:11
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Buster:

 

XinfinityoO:

 

so are we getting the android pie beta for note 8 or has anyone installed them using other methods ??

 

I updated OTA today and the phone is now Android 9.

 

Mine is an International Duo handpiece. SM-N950F

 

 

 

 

hi mate

 

could you please share your csc versions etc. I use an app called phone info (samsung). If you could share your firmware screen from that app, which lists bootloader, PDA, CSC and baseband version.

 

 

 

Thanks


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Geek


  # 2184528 20-Feb-2019 20:26
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Not keen.

 

What I can say is that I thought I was just getting a regular security patch update. 1 February 2019.

 

In 'What's new' you get

 

Upgraded One UI for android Pie

 

Size is 1904.02 MB

 

 

 

Just look out for the 1 February 2019 security patch as usual.

 

 


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  # 2184530 20-Feb-2019 20:47
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There is an article on xda-developers.com

 

Eastern Europe and India.

 

Mine looks like that.


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  # 2188604 28-Feb-2019 09:26
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Looking at Sammobile, Samsung have started their wider roll-out of Pie. Hopefully they release it in this part of the world pretty quickly.


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Ultimate Geek


  # 2188608 28-Feb-2019 09:29
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A lot of complaints about battery drainage after upgrade, anyone noticed?

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