Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie Update, From XDA Developers

It’s been 2 months when Android Pie was launched and the mobile companies are rolling out Android 9 for their best flagship mobiles. Pixel and Essential was the mobile which got first Android Pie support on the day of launch. Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie Update is on the way and users will able to use it soon.

There are some rendered pics that are uploaded by XDA developers on their official website. Still, we don’t know surely that how will Android Pie gonna look in every single device. The companies are doing some very secret stuff to bring Android 9 for their mobiles.


Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie Update

As noted by XDA Developers, there is a very beautiful Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie Update. You’ll find this updated look in apps like the Settings, Samsung Messages, Gallery, My Files, and Samsung Internet.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Update


On adding this there will be night mode in S9. You can turn on the Dark theme when you want or just set schedules when you want it automatically. Samsung has updated its Lock Screen, one can add shortcut icons in the bottom bar for fast access. Quick Settings has been updated, too, along with the Recent Apps screen that now looks more like you’d expect from Android 9 Pie, complete with a horizontal app list and a dock at the bottom of the screen.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Update

The worthy new feature that has been added to the new update is you can enable gestures to go back, and home etc. You have to just swipe up from the bottom of your screen to go home, back, and recent apps.

Make a note that it is not an official update from Android, it is just an early build of Android Pie for Samsung Galaxy S9. We don’t know that how will actual look Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie Update.


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