Don't Install If You're Nervous About Problems
If you're having a good experience on Android Pie and Android 10's changes don't excite you, you might want to hang around for a little bit.
Again, we're hearing about a variety of Android 10 problems. Some of these issues are minor bugs, others are far more problematic.
This happens every time Samsung releases a major Android upgrade and we expect the list of complaints to grow as more Galaxy Note 9 users upgrade to Android 10.
If you're feeling leery about the move to Android 10, wait for more short-term and long-term feedback about your update.
If you're seeing a lot of negative feedback, it might be a good idea to hang back and wait for Samsung and/or your carrier to deliver bug fixes.
We also recommend waiting until you're ready to solve Android 10 problems. We've put together a list of fixes for common Galaxy Note 9 issues and it's a great starting point.