Don't Install If You're Worried About Pie Problems
If you're having a great experience on Android Oreo and the changes from Android Pie don't excite you, you might want to stay put on Android Oreo for a bit longer.
It's early, but we're hearing about a wide range of Android Pie issues. Some of these issues are tiny bugs, others are much bigger.
Problems are normal for a major Android upgrade and we expect complaints to pickup as the update expands to new regions.
If you're feeling leery, wait for more short-term and long-term feedback from Galaxy Note 9 users running Android Pie.
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 for these Android Pie problems.
We also recommend waiting until you're ready to solve Android Pie problems yourself. We've put together a list of fixes for common Galaxy Note 9 issues they're worth a look before you install Pie.