Earlier this month, the company rolled out Stable Android 10 update for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for the Exynos variants globally and the Snapdragon variants in the United States.
Also, in the event held last month, Samsung has officially launched the One UI 2.0 firmware at SDC19 (Samsung Developer Conference 2019).
One UI 2.0 beta 3 for the Exynos variants of the Galaxy S9+ and S9 features firmware build numbers G960FXXU7ZSL9 and G965FXXU7ZSL9 respectively.
Samsung also posted the schedule of the update for various smartphones on the Samsung Members app. The Galaxy Note 9 and S9 will start receiving the stable Android 10 update in January 2020 for some regions and February 2020 in North America. Meantime, users can get the One UI 2.0 beta 3 from Samsung Member’s app or can download the ZSL9 OTA update.
- Download Exynos Galaxy S9+ One UI 2.0 – G965FXXU7ZSL2 to ZSL9 update zip
- Download Exynos Galaxy S9 One UI 2.0 – G960FXXU7ZSL2 to ZSL9 update zip
The size of this new OTA update is around 365MB. The latest update makes some minor bug fixes and some of the system improvements.
The complete changelog for Android 10 OneUI 2.0 Beta 3 currently rolling out in the regions of Asia and Europe include a new January 2020 security patch level. The ZSL9 OTA also highlights bug fixes for the Samsung Pass fingerprint issue when using the internet. It has fixed the position of the mic that is featured to support screen recording. The blur issue when split-mode has been fixed and updated Samsung apps.
This is a small OTA update for the Galaxy S9 series. This might be the last beta update before the stable one rolls out.