Eastern Europe’s unpacked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users are now receiving the full One UI OTA update on their device. The update will take time to expand in other regions gradually, users will get over-the-air notification for download. Last week Samsung has released new update on its 4 year old Galaxy S6 smartphone, shows how it cares about its older devices, same as new updates released for Gear S3 & Gear Sport smartwatches. As per the prior news, Galaxy Note 8 got four separate Android Pie Beta Programs. Looking after Galaxy S9, S9+ and Galaxy Note 9 devices, company is taking care of Galaxy Note series and delivering major OS updates as per the requirement. This stable Android 9.0 Pie update is currently serving only in Eastern Europe, countries precisely Slovakia and Bulgaria.
As preference, supported regions for Android 9.0 Pie Beta Program will get official notifications first. There are not major differences between previously released Pie treats for Note 9, Galaxy S9 & S9+ and this newly discovered Galaxy Note 8 update but currently we don’t have key points or list of software changes to give you. May be, this is the periodical commitment of improvement of all software updates by Samsung. This update will bring Night Mode scheduling which we have for Galaxy S9 & S9+ smartphones.
If you don’t get over-the-air notification of software update and want to check out for it then go to settings option and select check for system update option. The new version will hit on your notification bar when it is available in your country. Be patient & let Samsung do its work before it hit on your Note 8.
If you see a notification of manually updating package then you might be able to download stable Android 9.0 Pie software update. As per the media talks, may be Galaxy S8 & S8+ will be able to upgrade the OS version 9.0 at the end of this month with supporting at least several regions. The update for Galaxy S8 & Galaxy S8+ are now hitting in Europe & some Asian countries so you can check on your device. Some Galaxy Note 8 & Galaxy S9 users have complained serious battery problem on their smartphones after the new version so let us know if you have any such problems.
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.