Samsung’s may security patch for the Galaxy S10 may have been one of the worst update not only for a Samsung device but for any Android device to date given the gargantuan amount of issues it has caused. Yes, the May update for the Exynos Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e is that bad, causing all sorts of problems you can’t even begin to imagine. See the Galaxy S10 problems thread for more info.)
But that doesn’t mean the company can’t roll out an OTA that will make some people happy. If you are a T-Mobile Galaxy A6 user, Samsung’s got a software update that will make you happy. Yes, we are talking Android 9 Pie update for your device. Yes, this also means that you are getting Samsung One UI custom skin too.
T-Mobile has confirmed on their software update page that the Galaxy A6 is now being treated to the sweetness of Android 9 Pie. Coming in as software version A600TUVU1BSD3, the Android Pie OTA is already rolling out to the eligible users gradually.
If you own a Galaxy A6 at T-Mobile, which is the carrier one of the best budget phones even now, now is the time to check for the update. For that, hit up Settings app > scroll down and tap on System updates > tap on Download and install.
If the Pie update is available for your Galaxy A6, it will begin downloading the BSD3 OTA update.
Android Pie update gets you brings new features like Digital Wellbeing, Dark mode, Adaptive Brightness, Adaptive Battery, Gesture Navigation, App Actions, App Slices, Easier Screen Rotation, improved DND mode, new Material design, etc.
The One UI features a complete revamp of Samsung custom skin, only for good. The new UI is not only neat and clean, but it’s also spacious and delightful, helping you reach the settings and menus easily by pushing them down than usual. It’s easily one of the best custom skins in the world.
I have the usa unlocked version of the A6, when will it get the pie update?
call recording not working in a600f can u tell me which version of one ui do u have in ur mobile kindy tell me do u have option of call recording
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