N960FXXU2ZRLT: Another Galaxy Note 9 Pie OneUI Update is now available

The fourth Galaxy Note 9 Pie OneUI N960FXXU2ZRLT Update is now rolling out. This is a well-known fact that Samsung provides awesome software support to its flagship devices. This can be seen as the Korean Mobile manufacturing giant has released 4th Android 9.0 Pie update to its current Flagship device.

Samsung has been releasing new smartphones in the Galaxy and the Note series every year. Last year, While the Galaxy Note series saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the Samsung Galaxy S series saw the company announcing the Galaxy S9 and the S9+. Now, these smartphones are the flagship smartphones from the company and the successors to the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 and the S8+. These phones come under the premium flagship range.

The new update comes with the latest security patch update and it’s an incremental one which mainly fixes the major bugs and improves the system stability. The latest Note update is now rolling out in India, Germany, and South Korea. It comes with the build number N960FXXU2ZRLT. The said firmware packs the fresh security patch of January 1, 2019. It fixes up some touch related bugs which users were facing like hard press feature not working when navigation gestures are enabled and the keyboard app not responding on the bottom right of the display.

January 2019 Security Patch Update For Galaxy Note 9 (N960FXXU2ZRLT)

N960FXXU2ZRLT: Another Galaxy Note 9 Pie OneUI Update is now available

The latest N960FXXU2ZRLT is based on Android 9.0 Pie. The latest update brings the January 2019 Security Patch update to the device and fixes many major bugs. We highly recommend users to update their Galaxy Note 9 to this N960FXXU2ZRLT Pie OneUi update. The update weighs in around 123 MB.


You can manually check for the update from Settings > Software update >Download updates manually. If there is no update showing on your device, then wait for a few days for the update to come to your device.


Before installing the updates, make sure your device is connected to a good wifi and your device has more than 50 percent battery life remaining

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Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
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Dibyashree Sharma graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela. For the past eight years, she has been blogging about Android, which she is really passionate about. She has built a good reputation as a reliable source. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

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