AT&T releases newer Galaxy S9 Android Pie update build with February patch

AT&T S9 Pie update

AT&T has a new software update for its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus handsets. After rolling out Android Pie to both the handsets on 31st January, the carrier is now rolling out another build of Android 9 OTA along with patches for the month of February 2019.

The new update for the S9 and S9+ arrives as CSAG build —  the same one that began rolling out at Verizon a few days ago. Naturally, the full software version of the updates is G960USQU3CSAG for the Galaxy S9, and G965USQU3CSAG for the Galaxy S9+.

With all the hoopla around the Samsung newest badass devices like Galaxy S10, S10e, S10+, even the S10 5G and one and only, Galaxy Fold, it seems Samsung engineers haven’t forgotten to update their old flagships to latest security patches.

Recent discovery revealed that Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, which was earlier confirmed to be launching only on AT&T and T-Mobile, may be launched on the other top two US carrier too, Verizon and Sprint.

The rollout of Android Pie based One UI update for Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets around the world is a done thing now, but Samsung is busy updating the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 to Android 9. While the global users of both these handsets now enjoy Pie update, those in the U.S. are still waiting to get the stable version of Android Pie.