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  Reply # 2153800 3-Jan-2019 12:34
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The Samsung members app says we get one ui\Android pie in Jan for the s9 and in Feb for the note 9.

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  Reply # 2154932 5-Jan-2019 16:07
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https://www.sammobile.com/2019/01/04/stable-galaxy-note-9-android-pie-update-rolling-out/

Final version rolling.




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  Reply # 2155870 7-Jan-2019 15:33
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Updated to Feb release for nz




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  Reply # 2163345 18-Jan-2019 16:42
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Flashed the australian 9.0 firmware yesterday..

 

So far it's pretty good, battery life is better..

 

I factory defaulted afterwards and no issues at all.. :)


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  Reply # 2163409 18-Jan-2019 19:15
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HcoNmeM:

 

Flashed the australian 9.0 firmware yesterday..

 

So far it's pretty good, battery life is better..

 

I factory defaulted afterwards and no issues at all.. :)

 

 

 

 

Does that come with One UI?


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  Reply # 2163412 18-Jan-2019 19:34
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Anyone got links and an idiots guide to Aussie 9 firmware? I used to do a lot of firmware flashing on phones (some times a couple of times a day) but it's been a while. 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, anyone got any bright ideas how I can determine why the first notification if an SMS shows as 2, and then subsequent additional show as 1 each? It's annoying the snot out of me. 

 

 


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  Reply # 2163443 18-Jan-2019 21:07
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networkn:

 

Anyone got links and an idiots guide to Aussie 9 firmware? I used to do a lot of firmware flashing on phones (some times a couple of times a day) but it's been a while. 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, anyone got any bright ideas how I can determine why the first notification if an SMS shows as 2, and then subsequent additional show as 1 each? It's annoying the snot out of me. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'll 2nd that.


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  Reply # 2163457 18-Jan-2019 21:24
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Upgrade instructions here

 

 

 

https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=78660727&postcount=384

 

 

 

Not sure how it works if you're on Ark1/7/8...can I still use the same files? I don't have a microsd though.


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  Reply # 2164527 21-Jan-2019 08:19
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Kopkiwi:

 

HcoNmeM:

 

Flashed the australian 9.0 firmware yesterday..

 

So far it's pretty good, battery life is better..

 

I factory defaulted afterwards and no issues at all.. :)

 

 

 

 

Does that come with One UI?

 

 

 

 

Yes it does.. and it's so much better..

 

Ok.. there's a few things I don't like.. but battery life is better..

 

Things seem slightly fast.. loading.. connecting etc..

 

So far.. it's good.. still trying to figure out all the new menu's.

 

I got the firmware from sammobile


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  Reply # 2164543 21-Jan-2019 09:08
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HcoNmeM:

 

Kopkiwi:

 

HcoNmeM:

 

Flashed the australian 9.0 firmware yesterday..

 

So far it's pretty good, battery life is better..

 

I factory defaulted afterwards and no issues at all.. :)

 

 

 

 

Does that come with One UI?

 

 

 

 

Yes it does.. and it's so much better..

 

Ok.. there's a few things I don't like.. but battery life is better..

 

Things seem slightly fast.. loading.. connecting etc..

 

So far.. it's good.. still trying to figure out all the new menu's.

 

I got the firmware from sammobile

 

 

 

 

Mind advising on the install process? Find those XDA guides bloody confusing.

 

 

 

Edit: Nevermind, just seen they have instructions. That's handy


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  Reply # 2164546 21-Jan-2019 09:18
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Wonder if I do a dirty or clean install. Dirty should be fine, no different than installing OTA is it.


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  Reply # 2164598 21-Jan-2019 10:29
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Kopkiwi:

 

Wonder if I do a dirty or clean install. Dirty should be fine, no different than installing OTA is it.

 

 

The setup guide is on the page where you download the firmware..

 

 

 

Here's the guide they provide..

 

 

     

  1. Download Odin v3.13.1
  2. Extract the firmware file you just downloaded. You should get 5 files:

     

    AP (System &Recovery)

     

    BL (Bootloader)

     

    CP (Modem / Radio)

     

    CSC_*** (Country / Region / Operator)

     

    HOME_CSC_*** (Country / Region / Operator)

     

  3. Add each file to it's respective field in Odin v3.13.1. Use CSC_*** if you want to do a clean flash or HOME_CSC_*** if you want to keep your apps and data.
  4. Reboot your phone in Download / Odin mode (make sure your device is off) with the following button combo: POWER + VOLUME DOWN + BIXBY

     

    Other options in case first option did not work or isn't possible.

     

    Option 2 VOLUME DOWN + VOLUME UP than USB cable

     

    Option 3 POWER + VOLUME DOWN + VOLUME UP

     

    Option 4 POWER + VOLUME DOWN + HOME BUTTON

     

    Option 5 (Note9) USB cable + VOLUME DOWN + BIXBY

     

  5. Once in download mode, connect your phone to the PC, preferably using the original USB cable you got with your phone. Odin should detect your device and a BLUE box will show up with the COM port number. (Be sure, the SAMSUNG-drivers are installed on your PC!)
  6. Do NOT tick any extra boxes. The only options to be ticked are F.Reset Time and Auto-Reboot.
  7. Click the start button, wait for Odin to say 'PASS' in a GREEN box. Once the flash is complete, your phone will reboot, and you can disconnect your phone from the PC.

 


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  Reply # 2164604 21-Jan-2019 10:32
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I think I'll just wait. There is nothing in this update I can't wait for.

 

 


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  Reply # 2164623 21-Jan-2019 11:01
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Piece of piss updating. Works a charm. Quite like the new UI changes, takes some getting used to and some settings reset themselves. Overall, very nice.

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  Reply # 2164624 21-Jan-2019 11:06
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Kopkiwi: Piece of piss updating. Works a charm. Quite like the new UI changes, takes some getting used to and some settings reset themselves. Overall, very nice.

 

Yeah works really well.. battery is so much better..


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