The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) also known as Samsung Galaxy A9s or Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro was launched in November 2018. It came with a Super AMOLED display, Android 8.0 Oreo, Snapdragon 660 processor, 6/8GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal memory, quad rear cameras, a 3800mAh battery (18W quick charge), and more.
Currently, the handset is getting the latest Android version update over One UI 2.0 stable ROM. As of now, the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) Android 10 update is live in Poland for the global variant (SM-A920F) with a build number of A920FXXU3CTCD.
The update brings the latest March 2020 Security Patch Level that will ensure the improved system security for the Galaxy A9 2018 variant. However, the full update changelog isn’t available yet by the company. As we always said the OTA update is waving gradually and will take some time to arrive on all the variants globally. So, we will recommend you to check for the OTA update on your phone using the Settings – Software update – Download updates manually.
If the latest update is available, then you should download and install it. Keep in mind that the device has enough battery level and connected to Wi-Fi. Otherwise, you can wait for the official OTA update notification. Alternatively, you can manually download the latest firmware and install it by following the steps below.
Galaxy A9 (2018) One UI 2.0 | Download Firmware
Steps to Flash Stock Firmware on Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)
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