Whilst we’re saying roughly all variants of a Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 9 finally get Android Pie, a Galaxy S8 and S8+ are still in beta land watchful for a full update.
That said, for anyone enrolled on a beta program, a third refurbish brings with it several fixes and also includes a Feb confidence patch (via SamMobile).
Samsung is now rolling out firmware version G950FXXU4ZSAI and G955FXXU4ZSAI for a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. With this third Android Pie beta weighing in during only over 500MB.
The refurbish especially targets a few teenager bug fixes including one that prevented a fingerprint sensor from operative when perplexing to use Samsung Pay.
It also resolves issues with a Camera app, that would forcibly close. It also fixes a practical keyboard appearing when unlocking with iris recognition.
Of course, a biggest further is that of a Feb confidence patch. We also feel that this could be one of a really final beta builds before a full recover finally drops for unbarred Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ users during a really least.
We’ve jumped to that end as Samsung has nonetheless to recover any sum on a Feb patch for inclination using fast builds of Oreo (or Pie for that matter). Which could be an denote of an approaching full recover for Android Pie soon.
For anyone with a conduit sealed model, we design a refurbish to hurl out in stages — as we’ve seen with S9 and Note 9 inclination recently.
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