Samsung rolled out Android 10 updates for the Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos variant. Now, it started the sixth installment of the ongoing One UI 2.0 beta program. The update will arrive over the air. And it still carries the same January 2020 security patch along with some icing on the cake.
In late December 2019, the Exynos variants of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ picked up their One UI 2.0 beta 4 updates. Last week, One UI 2.0 beta 5 arrived on both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ as build number ZTA2.
A new update arrived today as One UI 2.0 beta 6. And like others before, it brings a collection of bug fixes along with a new Samsung Camera app version 10.0.01.49 for both the Galaxy S9 devices. The OTA update is arriving as build number ZTA9, and its size would be 116MB.
The complete changelog of the Android 10 beta 6 update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 includes fixing the issue that sometimes can enter a PIN in Samsung Pay security keypad. The beta 6 updated Samsung Camera with version number v10.0.01.49. The update also fixed issues that do not appear as the SIM card image set in DUAL SIM card status. It fixed issues that did not work to prevent malfunction filter. It also fixed issues that could not use mobile data appeared in users using MVNO operators.
The same One UI 2.0 beta 6 is also rolling out to Galaxy S9 and S9+ for beta testers in Korea. The build number is the same, with Korea getting none of that MVNO to treat.
The carrier variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ stopped by the Wi-Fi Alliance for Android 10 certification. They got approved, and it means its only a matter of time before the stable version is arriving.
For people in Canada, the stable Galaxy S9 Android 10 update could be out on February 24, but there is no guarantee with the release dates of software updates. As a matter of fact, in March 2020, the Snapdragon variants of the S9 will pick up One UI 2.0 updates.
Downloads: (Beta 6 ZTA9)
- Exynos Galaxy S9+ One UI 2.0 – G965FXXU7ZTA2 to ZTA9