Install If You're Struggling with Problems
One other reason to install a new Galaxy S9 update soon after it arrives for your device is if you're struggling on the previous Android Oreo build.
As we push into the year we continue to hear about the bugs and performance issues plaguing both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Some of these issues are minor, but others are having a tremendous impact on day-to-day use of the phones.
Galaxy S9 users are complaining about abnormal battery drain, Connectivity issues, problems with first and third-party apps, and an assortment of other problems.
As we noted, Samsung and its partners are beginning to address some of these issues with software updates
There's also a chance an update will fix an issue that isn't listed in the official change log. Software updates often remedy severe battery drain, random reboots, busted GPS, and so on.
If you can't fix your Galaxy S9 problem(s) on your own, you'll probably want to turn to new software because there's a very good chance it'll solve whatever it is you're dealing with.
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