T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9 has Android 9 Pie update available

T-Mobile has updated official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 software support page to indicate that Android 9 Pie update is rolling out right now.

The changes to the page were made yesterday, which is when we assume the rollout began. As per the changelog, the update, which weighs over 1.6GB, also fixes compass calibration, adds a new e911 call flow, BYOD, and a new security patch.

As usual with OTA updates, T-Mobile seems to strongly indicate that this rollout is staggered, meaning some users may have to wait for several days before the download notification arrives.

The Note 9 update on AT&T and Sprint came with build number CSAA, but the T-Mobile version has build number CSB3 and the firmware seems like for the unlocked model (N960U1UEU1CSB3).

Just so you know, this rollout now leaves Verizon and the unlocked Note 9 variants without One UI, but their wait for Pie should be short-lived.

T-Mobile Note 9 Pie update

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  1. So if we/I updated using the ATT CSAA image, will I need to revert back to Oreo or will I see an OTA? I’M THINKING OF JUST WAITING UNTIL THE IMAGES POSTED SOMEWHERE AND THEN FLASHING THAT WAY RATHER THAN ROLL BACK TO OREO. I’LL JUST USE ODIN AND FLASH THE NEW IMAGE OVER THE TOP AND THEN FACTORY RESET AND SET MY PHONE UP AGAIN. Oops caps…

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