Samsung has released a new Android based system update for Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960F users in the Nordic countries. This time the update comes with version number N960FXXU2CSA7, which is a newer build then the one released earlier by Samsung, when it was deploying the first stable Android Pie build to the users. The update brings January 2019 security patch and still it is unknown whether the update brings any major change or it’s just a refined version of existing build. We have been tracking the release of Android Pie betas/stable builds and writing posts since first beta was introduced. Now in this guide, we have posted the methods to download and install the Android Pie N960FXXU2CSA7 update on Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960F.
Download Android Pie N960FXXU2CSA7 update for Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960F
The One UI is a new interface from Samsung that mainly focus on convenient one-handed usage. The new interface also comes with multiple new changes along side easy to use features. The firmware is available for all user running Pie beta as well as Oreo firmware, great news is that it’s the final build and Samsung has released it after multiple testing. For the Oreo users, it is needless to mention that the update comes with goodies of Android Pie features, latest security patches and Samsung specific improvements.
Device Name: Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Region: Nordic Countries
OS: Android 9.0 Pie
Build Number: N960FXXU2CSA7
Android Security Patch Level: January 01, 2019
Status: OTA is live
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Update via Samsung Kies:
First You need to download Samsung Kies application. Download Kies
Install the application on your PC and Open it.
Connect your device to PC and wait for the Kies app to detect your device.
Now it’s essential to make a backup of your device by clicking on Backup and Restore tab in the Kies screen.
Once the backup process is done, just click firmware upgrade to start the update process.
How to to update CSA7 firmware manually via Odin Process:
Download latest USB drivers for Samsung.
A working data cable is required.
Now you need to turn off your device and boot it into download Mode, to do so follow our guide.
Once your device boots into download mode then see instructions here to manually install the firmware via Odin.
Download CSA7 firmware tar file from the Sammobile download repository
Or you can try this SamFirm tool to get the firmware directly from Samsung servers.
That’s it! If you are facing any issue regarding this guide let us know by dropping a comment in the section below. Don’t forget to share this guide with others, Thank You.