Samsung has added two new devices to its collection of gadgets that get One UI 6.0 (Android 14). These are the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+. They’re part of the special group that uses Android 14 with Samsung’s own One UI 6. This move shows Samsung’s strong focus on making their software the best it can be.
The update process started in Europe, with Germany and Switzerland being the first. More places will get this update soon. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE’s update has the version number X516BXXU1BWK9, and the Tab S9 FE+ has X616BXXU1BWK9.
This is a big update for these tablets and it’s pretty large in size. It brings One UI 6.0’s new features and the November 2023 security patch, which makes the tablets safer and work better.
One UI 6.0 is packed with improvements. For the Tab S9 FE, these include a better Quick panel UI, moving the clock widget on the lock screen, bigger fonts, updated Samsung apps, a new Media player for notifications and the lock screen, more widgets, new Emojis, and other cool stuff.
Owners of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and FE+ tablets in Europe can now update to Android 14. Tablet owners will receive a notification when the update is available. Or you can manually check by going into your tablet’s Settings and looking for new software updates.
It’s wise to backup important files before updating your tablet’s operating system. Additionally, ensure your tablet is charged to at least 50% battery before installing updates. This helps prevent issues in case the update process requires an extended amount of power.