Latest Android 10 beta (with January 2020 security patch) is rolling out to Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+


Samsung managed to pip Google to rolling out the December security patch a few weeks ago and now it’s included the January 2020 patch in the third Android 10/One UI 2.0 beta that is rolling out to the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Besides next month’s security patch, the update also includes a number of bugfixes.

Considering that the Galaxy S9 and S9+ launched almost two years ago, this is a really good if completely surprising effort by Samsung. Usually renowned for the slow rollout of OS updates, Samsung has certainly stepped things up a notch or two recently. According to the roadmap, a stable build of Android 10 is scheduled to roll out to the Galaxy S9 and S9+ next month, which means that this third beta build is likely the end of the beta program.

Changelog:

  • Samsung Passfingerprint bounces on the Internet
  • Fixed mic position feature to support screen recording
  • Fixed the blur issue when using Split-mode
  • Updated Samsung Apps

If you’ve already signed up to the beta program via the Samsung Members app, head over to the device settings, open up the Software Update menu and tap on Download and Install. The beta firmware will update the build number for the S9 to G960FXXU7ZSL9 and the S9+ to G965FXXU7ZSL9.

Source: SamMobile

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