After the successful release of Android Pie update on Galaxy J6 & Galaxy J8 smartphones, now Samsung is rolling out latest version on remaining J series smartphones. The new Android Pie 9.0 update finally came to Galaxy J4, Galaxy J4+ & Galaxy J6+ smartphones. The software on J4+ carries April 2019 Android security patch along with J415FXXU2BSDL firmware changelog and it is 1003 MB in size. The Galaxy J4 firmware version is J400MUBU3BSDD & it is 1012 MB in size. The update for J4+ is now currently available in Ukraine, Thailand, & Vietnam and Pie update for Galaxy J4 releases in Guatemala & Panama.
The update has already been served to other Galaxy A series smartphones. The new firmware for Galaxy J6+ is now available in India, Germany, Peru & Brazil and soon it may hit in other countries. The new firmware carries J610FXXU1BSDE changelog and it is 1178 MB in size. With the new features Galaxy J6+ users can use Samsung’s redesigned One UI experience on their devices.
Finally, as promised to users company has delivered new update in its given time. It took long road to Samsung to release new piece of software on the device, because the other similar smartphone, Galaxy J6 has received it 2 weeks ago. To get the latest version go to Settings – > Software Update – > Download Updates Manually on your smartphone.
The new Android update will set up lots of new features on these budget devices. It has latest One UI experience which is lot better than previous Experince 10 UI. The new split-screen function, do not disturb mode, improved battery backup & notification panel are lot better than ever. The Always on Display will be the next feature that every customers wan on their phones and this will not upset you.
As the users of the Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J4+ & Galaxy J4 will get notification on their devices for the update. In case you didn’t get such notification you can check it manually on your respective devices. The update is mostly serving in Latin America & Asian countries, where Samsung has better market for first time users. To check update manually go to the Settings on your respective smartphones and check for new update. Tell us your experience of Android Pie after the successful installation. Share your feedback in the comments section below.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.