Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960U users on Verizon network in the US have started receiving the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0. The update is available to download for all users running Android 10 beta or Android Pie update, this time the update is available to download as N960USQU3DTAA that brings the February 2020 Android security patch along with the goodies of Android 10 and much more. We have mentioned a few firmware update processes below, follow the one you prefer, so keep going down to see more details about the firmware and know the process to download and install Android 10 N960USQU3DTAA firmware on Verizon Galaxy Note 9 SM-N960U.
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Device Name: Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Android OS: Android 10 (Stable)
Build no: N960USQU3DTAA
Skin: One UI 2.0
Security Patch Level: February 2020
Samsung One UI 2.0 details:
As you already know that the One UI skin on the top of Android was developed with the main focus on the convenience of one-handed usage of Samsung smartphones with giant screens. The second iteration of One UI v2.0 includes more improved usability of the device with revamped settings and other information to keep you focused on the task in hand. There are a few more improvements introduced in the upgraded version.
A few noticeable changes:
- Google’s full-screen gestures
- Updated Digital Wellbeing
- Improved one-handed mode
- Volume menu redesigned
- Notification action suggestions
- New Battery usage graph
Download N960USQU3DTAA: Stable Android 10 for Verizon Note 9
Hint! Once you get registered yourself with the beta program, head to Settings > About device > System updates. If the OTA automatically doesn’t knock at your device.
Download the update directly from Samsung servers using SamFirm
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Galaxy Note 9 Android 10 beta N960USQU3DTAA | See manual update process: How to flash the firmware via Odin manually
Note! The regular update process will be released soon depending on the firmware file availability.
We are also trying to get our hands on the Odin flash-able tar file, once we find it we’ll update you about it. Stay tuned for more updates!