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4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Note 9 Pie Beta & 6 Reasons You Should



Install If You Hate Android Oreo's Performance

Install If You Hate Android Oreo's Performance

If your Galaxy Note 9 is struggling with bugs or performance issues, think about trying the Android Pie beta. 

Samsung's Android Pie beta comes with several performance improvements including changes to Device Maintenance mode which the company now calls Device Care. 

The company says Android Pie's performance modes are now streamlined and integrated in Power saving modes making it easier than ever to get a handle on the key areas of your device's performance. 

There's also a good chance you'll see general performance improvements like better battery life and a smoother UI. 

Samsung's beta updates have also been known to fix other performance issues like random reboots, Wi-Fi connectivity problems, and busted Bluetooth connectivity.

If you're struggling on Android Oreo, try the Android Pie beta. You can always drop back down to Android Oreo if the performance doesn't improve. 

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