Third Android Pie beta now rolling out for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 w/ Feb 2019 confidence patch

A third Android Pie beta is now rolling out to a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 shortly after we saw a Samsung Galaxy S8 accept a third build of a possess only final week.

Anyone who is now enrolled on a beta module for a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should now (or really shortly) accept an OTA presentation to download a refurbish for this latest release. This OTA includes firmware version N950FXXU5ZSB1 and brings with it a series of bug fixes (via SamMobile).

Bug fixes in this refurbish embody solution a issues with a fingerprint reader not operative in Samsung Pay, loiter when selecting a new apps switcher button, song personification automatically when Samsung Music was sealed from a tip bar, and more.

The camera app shutting when changing video shade ratio has now been bound as has a issues with Secure Folder frozen when switching in and out of a app. A bug that stopped a Air Command idol from appearing when users private their S Pen has also perceived a fix.

The Feb 2019 confidence patch is also in draw with this update — most like we saw with a third Android Pie beta refurbish for a Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. As for size, it measures in during a flattering large 680MB.

All of these fixes and a confidence patch will be acquire to those now on a second Android Pie beta for a Note 8. Although that said, it is still adult in a atmosphere as to if we’ll see a fast Android Pie / One UI refurbish on time or in a entrance weeks.

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