One UI Beta update (Android Pie) is now available for Galaxy S9/S9+ in the US

Here is good news for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus users in the US. Samsung has now started rolling out One UI Beta update, based on Android 9.0 Pie, to its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.

In the US, the beta program is available for T-Mobile and Sprint customers and to those using an unlocked Galaxy S9 or S9+. It’s not known whether other carriers will run the beta test as well.

It has a big size, it is 1790.17MB. The Software version is G960U1UEU3ZRK9 and G965U1UEU3ZRK9 for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ respectively.

If you haven’t rolled into the One UI beta program yet, you’ll have to do so in the Samsung Members/Samsung+ app, where you should see an option for enrolling in the beta program after tapping the “Notices” button. Afterwards, you can download the newest Android Pie build by going into Settings > Software updates and tapping on “Download updates manually.

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