[Update: OTA is now live!] T-Mobile begins Galaxy Note 8 Android 9 Pie One UI rollout


Update [April 07, 2019]: After T-Mobile announced it yesterday, users have now started in with the update notification for the same. Yes, the OTA update carrying the Android 9 Pie with One UI is now indeed rolling out for your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8. Check out the screenshot below shared by Reddit user BUBBYLEE. And heres another one from AkshatShah101.

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 Pie update

After Sprint, AT&T and Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile becomes the last major carrier to update the Galaxy Note 8 to the latest stable Android flavor, Android 9 Pie.

The update has started rolling out today, meaning only a few people will get the OTA download notification today due to the staggered nature of the process. More people should join the party over the weekend and well into next week.

Samsung’s One UI runs on top of the Pie update, which has software version N950USQU5DSC1 and includes a new Android security patch for March 2019.

In the new One UI update, you have plenty of new features that include gestures for navigation, adaptive brightness, adaptive battery, dark mode, improved DND mode, digital wellbeing and so on.

But as you get ready to make the switch, be sure to take note of some of the problems of One UI and their potential solutions. Some users have also cited issues with excessive battery drainhiding navigation bartrouble using gestures, and so on, so be sure to check out the linked pages for more insights.

T-Mobile has already released the Pie update for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

Related: Galaxy Note 8 software update news

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  1. Not a single person in the world has confirmed that they have the update. Stop spreading tmos lies for them.

  2. If you depend on wifi calling, I don’t recommend the pie update for Note 8 at this time. When I set wifi calling to wifi preferred, it reverts back to cellular preferred after a couple minutes.

    I live in an area of very poor cell coverage. As such, the pie update on my note 8 is completely worthless.

    As long as this update was in “testing” you would think I t-mo-ho could have managed to test high level features in a most basic sense.

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