Register for Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program
After a false start last week, now it’s actually happening. Samsung has officially made its One UI beta program available to Galaxy Note 9 owners in the United States, Korea and Germany. If you’ve got a Note 9 and cannot stop from dreaming of the Android Pie and Samsung’s One UI flavor, your wish may come true.
You can obviously register for Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program. After a quick sign up process, you’ll be greeted with an OTA update which brings Android Pie and One UI to the Galaxy Note 9.
I know how excited you must be, but it’s my duty to remind you something. What you can get now is nothing more than a beta UI, so it will not enjoy the most stable experience. It’s great for experimenting and satisfying your curiosity, but that’s pretty much all there is to it. If you want to have stability, then wait till January next year when Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta will officially be released.
How to Register for Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program
The first thing that you need to do is to download the Samsung Members app. Take your time and register an account. Then, simply follow all the onscreen instructions.
That’s all that you can do for now. Remember that that it is not even guaranteed that you will receive the beta update as spots are limited. If you are though lucky enough to do it in time, within a few minutes of registering for the Android Pie beta on your Galaxy Note 9, you should see an OTA update arrive.
The time required will vary from person to person, but for most it shouldn’t take more than an hour ot two. You may also try to speed up the process by going to Settings > Software Update. While there, just hit Download Updates Manually.
This update weighs in at about 1.7GB, so you should better be on Wi-Fi on your Note 9 to download it. Don’t say that I haven’t warned you about that!