After Galaxy S9 and S9+, now you can download and install the N960FXXU3CSF9 firmware to get the Galaxy S10 night mode feature for Galaxy Note 9. The process doesn’t involve any port or modification but simply it’s the firmware upgrade that you need to perform. In this guide we’ll show the process to get Galaxy S10 Night Mode feature on the Galaxy Note 9 camera app. Just read more to see the instruction to get S10 Night mode feature on Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960F.
Galaxy S10 is the currently the latest flagship from Samsung, it carries some major design improvements and features upgrade over it’s predecessor. One most popular feature is the addition of Night Mode in the camera app. Samsung has introduced this feature in flagship Galaxy S10 twins for the first time. The new feature is pretty useful in taking great quality images in low light situations. This new features is widely appreciated and most of the Note 9 users wish to get it on their devices. Thankfully it seems Samsung has heard their request and silently rolled out this feature in the latest firmware updates. The company doesn’t make any announcement about it, except the update was considered as common security updates.
The Galaxy S10 Night Mode feature for Galaxy Note 9 is rolling out as an update, the update is released as build N960FXXU3CSF9. The updates also bring June 2019 security patch along other improvements and bug fixes. Recalling the last year update, when Samsung rolled out video lockscreen feature from it’s flagship S9 to S8 via same update . However if you have already updated your phone to the aforementioned firmware then you are all set, just head to the camera app and enjoy the goodies of new feature. If you haven’t access to this feature then just go ahead and update your device by following our instructions.
How to download and install the N960FXXU3CSF9 update to get Night Mode on Galaxy Note 9
Just download the firmware tar file from the provided links below.
After downloading the appropriate firmware package, just follow further instructions to flash it via Odin.
That’s it! Upon successful installation, your phone must have the Night mode feature enabled in the camera app of your device.
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