Galaxy S9 receives another One UI 2.0 beta update
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Another week, another One UI 2.0 beta update for the Galaxy S9. While some people are probably still getting used to the fifth beta that Samsung released last week, the South Korean company has pushed ahead and rolled out a sixth. The new beta continues to include the January 2020 security patch and includes the following changes:
- Fixed issues that sometimes can not enter PIN in Samsung Pay security keypad
- Update SamsungCamera v10.0.01.49
- Fixed issues that does not appear as the SIM card image is set in DUAL SIM card status
- Fixed issues that did not work to prevent malfunction filter
- Fixed issues that could not use mobile data that appeared in users using MVNO operators
Please keep in mind that the 116.02 MB update is arriving first in India, before likely reaching other countries in the coming days. Hence, you should receive a notification to update by the end of the week if you have not already. The Galaxy S9 series is due to start receiving stable builds of One UI 2.0 this month too, although this will inevitably be a staggered rollout spread over a few months.
The new beta, which carries the build number ZTA9, will arrive as an OTA. While Samsung will probably only make a few changes between this beta and the initial stable build, the former will probably not be Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) certified, meaning that Google services like Google Pay will not work.
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