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Samsung Galaxy Android Pie Update Info (2019)

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Now that Android 9.0 Pie is rolling out to select Galaxy models around the world we want to give Samsung Galaxy owners a look at what we know, and think we know, about the company’s plans for 2019 and beyond.

Android P is officially called Android 9.0 Pie and it’s available for Google Pixel devices and devices from select Android OEM’s.

With Android 9.0 Pie rolling out and the Android Oreo roll out slowing down, owners of Samsung’s Galaxy-branded phones and tablets are wondering about the future.

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Samsung hasn’t confirmed every single detail, but thanks to announcements, rumors and leaks, we can give you an overview of its plans for Galaxy phones and tablets.

In this guide we’re going to take you through what you should know about Android Pie if you own a Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, or another Galaxy phone or tablet.

Let’s start with what we know about Samsung’s monthly Android updates for Galaxy devices.

Samsung Galaxy September Security Update

Samsung is rolling out its September update to Galaxy devices. The company is starting with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ and we expect the company to deploy the update for more devices in the weeks ahead.

The September update fixes four critical vulnerabilities and over a dozen high and moderate risk ones. In addition, the update brings fixes for 17 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures in Samsung’s own software.

For more on the September patch, take a look at Samsung’s guide.

Samsung Galaxy August Security Update

Google and Samsung are rolling out the August security update.

Samsung’s version of the August update contains fixes for seven critical vulnerabilities in the Android operating system and fixes for 17 vulnerabilities that impact Galaxy devices.

The update is currently rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S10, the unlocked Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, Galaxy M40, Galaxy M30, Galaxy M20, Galaxy A6+, Galaxy A5 (2017), Galaxy J7 Pro, Galaxy J5 Prime, Galaxy J5 (2017), Galaxy J4+, and Galaxy J4 Core.

Some of Samsung’s August updates bring more than just security patches. For example, the Galaxy A50’s update improves fingerprint recognition and the Galaxy M40’s update brings a dedicated QR scanner and Night Mode.

The change logs will vary from device-to-device and carrier-to-carrier.

Samsung’s put together a list of devices getting monthly and quarterly security updates. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have been removed from the list. So have the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+.

That said, Samsung’s pushed out newer security updates to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge so just because a device isn’t listed doesn’t mean it won’t get updates down the road.

Here are the devices set to get security updates for the foreseeable future:

Monthly Security Updates

  • Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S8 Active, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G
  • Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 9
  • Galaxy A5 (2017), Galaxy A8 (2018)

Current Models for Quarterly Security Updates

  • Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S7 Active, Galaxy S8 Lite, Galaxy Note FE
  • Galaxy A5 (2016), Galaxy A6, Galaxy A6+, Galaxy A7 (2018)
  • Galaxy A8+ (2018), Galaxy A8 Star, Galaxy A8s, Galaxy A9 (2018)
  • Galaxy A2 Core, Galaxy A10, Galaxy A10e, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A20e, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A60, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A80
  • Galaxy J2 (2018), Galaxy J2 Core, Galaxy J3 Top
  • Galaxy J4, Galaxy J4+, Galaxy J4 Core, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J6+
  • Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy J7 Top, Galaxy J7 Prime2, Galaxy J7+, Galaxy J8
  • Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30, Galaxy M40
  • Galaxy Tab A (2017), Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018), Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019), Galaxy Tab A 8 Plus (2019), Galaxy Tab Active2
  • Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab S5e, Galaxy Tab E 8 Refresh, Galaxy View2
  • Galaxy Xcover 4s

Current Models for Other Regular Security Updates

  • Galaxy A3 (2016), Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A7 (2017)
  • Galaxy J3 (2017), Galaxy J3 Pop, Galaxy J5 (2016), Galaxy J5 (2017), Galaxy J5 Prime, Galaxy J7 (2016), Galaxy J7 (2017), Galaxy J7 Prime, Galaxy J7 Pop, Galaxy J7 Max, Galaxy J7 Neo
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016), Galaxy Tab S2 L Refresh, Galaxy Tab S2 S Refresh, Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung Galaxy Android Pie: What’s New

Thanks to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 Pie updates we have our official look at Samsung’s version of Android 9.0 which includes a new user interface dubbed One UI. It looks a lot different than Samsung’s previous interfaces.

The UI was formerly known as Samsung Experience and TouchWiz and most devices are currently running Samsung Experience 9.5 or Experience 9.0.

Highlights from Android 9.0 Pie and the One UI include:

  • Night Mode
  • Unicode 11.0
  • New card style UI with curved edges.
  • Redesigned Quick Settings with rounded buttons.
  • Updated lock screen w/ a new clock design.
  • Improvements to the Samsung Dialer.
  • Improvements to Always on Display.
  • Revamped Samsung Messages.
  • Bixby Home UI changes including curved borders.
  • Floating keyboard.
  • Lift to wake.
  • Bixby button remapping.

Samsung’s version of Android Pie also comes with Adaptive Battery, Adaptive Brightness, and many of the other base-level features Google brought to the operating system. You can read more about those in our Android 9.0 Pie versus Android Oreo walkthrough.

The Galaxy S9’s Android Pie update brings the Galaxy Note 9’s Scene Optimizer for the camera which automatically enhances colors to fit the photo’s environment.

It also delivers the Galaxy Note 9’s Flaw Detection feature. If you’re unfamiliar, the Galaxy Note 9’s software detects flaws like blurriness, blinking, and smudges in your photos.

For more, take a look at our guides covering the Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 9Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy S7 Android Pie updates.

These Galaxy Devices Will Get Android Pie

Samsung typically keeps devices updated with major Android software updates for two years. Samsung could alter this policy for Android Pie, but that doesn’t appear likely at this point.

Here are the devices that will move from Android Oreo to Android Pie in 2019:

Many of these updates have been confirmed via official Samsung Android Pie roadmaps.

Samsung is also rolling the One UI out to some of its wearables including the Galaxy Watch, Gear S3, and Gear Sport. The update also includes improved workout and sleep tracking.

Android Pie also powers the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 5G, and the Galaxy Fold. It also powers the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Tab S6.

These Galaxy Devices Might Not Get Android Pie

As for the rest of Samsung’s lineup, here are a few devices that might not make the move from Android Oreo to Android Pie in 2019:

Devices that have received two major software updates (Nougat, Oreo), are currently on the fence when it comes to Android Pie. Popular models like the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge aren’t included on Samsung’s official Android Pie roadmaps.

The Galaxy S7 appeared to get certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance running Android Pie, but the documentation has been pulled and it now looks like it was a mistake.

Older devices like the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 probably won’t get upgraded to Android Pie. Neither device received an upgrade to Android Oreo.

Samsung typically provides two major Android updates before killing off support. It could make some major changes with Android Pie, but nothing is confirmed and a release for older models like the Galaxy S7 appears unlikely.

Samsung Galaxy Android Pie Release Date

If you own a Galaxy phone or tablet that’s relatively new, you’ll likely get Android Pie in 2019.

Samsung’s pushing the Android Pie update to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ and the official version is rolling out in several regions including:

  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Israel
  • India
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • South Korea
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • Taiwan
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  • United States
  • Many others

The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Android Pie update is rolling out in the U.S. and it’s available for carrier-locked models on Comcast’s Xfinity network, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and U.S. Cellular.

T-Mobile is also rolling the Android Pie update out and it brings the One UI and RCS Universal Profile 1.0 support to its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ models.

RCS Universal Profile 1.0 support allow you to send emojis, videos, photos, and more via standard messaging which means you no longer need to use an app like WhatsApp to do so.

The Android Pie update is also pushing to unlocked Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ models in the United States. The update is a 1.8GB download.

Samsung has also released Android Pie for the Galaxy Note 9 and it’s available in many countries including:

  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • India
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • South Korea
  • UAE
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Turkey
  • Many others

AT&T is rolling out the Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie update right now. Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular, and T-Mobile are also rolling out their updates.

The Android Pie update is also pushing out to the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 in the United States. The update is 1.7GB and includes new security patches.

Rogers, a Canadian carrier, says it’s rolling out its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie updates as well. Fellow Canadian carrier Telus is also rolling out the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 Pie updates.

Samsung is pushing the Galaxy Note 8 Android Pie update. The upgrade is rolling out in Bulgaria and Slovakia, two regions that weren’t part of the beta program, though the final version of the software is also available to beta testers as well.

The Galaxy Note 8 Pie update is also moving out to users in:

  • India
  • Iran
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE
  • United States
  • Many others

Sprint was the first U.S. carrier to the Galaxy Note 8’s Android Pie update though AT&T, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon have since joined it. It’s also pushing out to the unlocked Galaxy Note 8 in the U.S.

Samsung’s also released Android Pie for the Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition). The device, which replaced the Galaxy Note 7, is getting the update in the Middle East.

Samsung is also pushing out the Galaxy S8/Galaxy S8+ Android Pie update and the software is pushing to users in Germany, the Netherlands, Nordic countries, and other regions right now. The other regions include:

  • India
  • Italy
  • Romania
  • Spain
  • UAE
  • Vietnam
  • Turkey
  • United States
  • Many others

Sprint was the first US-based Galaxy S8 carrier to Android Pie but it has since been joined by AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon (Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+). It’s also rolling out to the unlocked Galaxy S8 model in the U.S.

Samsung’s also rolling Android Pie out to the Galaxy A8+ (2018) in Russia and India, the Galaxy A8 (2018) update in Russia, Germany, Poland, and the Netherlands, the Galaxy A9 (2018) update in Poland, and the Galaxy A7 (2018) in Russia. Android Pie is rolling out to the Galaxy A6+ in Europe and other regions.

The Galaxy J Android Pie update is rolling out as well and it’s hitting the Galaxy J8, Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J4+, and Galaxy J4.

On top of that, Samsung’s pushed the Android Pie update to the Galaxy Tab S4. The update is available in a bunch of countries countries and it has also spread to devices in the United States. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon are rolling the update out right now.

Samsung’s also pushing Pie to the Galaxy On7, Galaxy J7, Galaxy J7 Pro, Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy J7 Nxt, Galaxy J5 (2017), Galaxy J3 (2017), Galaxy A9 Star, Galaxy A8 Star, Galaxy A8s, Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018), Galaxy Tab A (2017), Galaxy Tab Active 2, Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30.

Verizon’s rolling out Android Pie to four other Galaxy devices including the Samsung Galaxy J7 V (2nd Gen.), Samsung Galaxy J7 (2nd Gen.), Galaxy J3 (2018), and Galaxy J3V (2018).

AT&T’s pushing Pie to the 8-inch Galaxy Tab A. So is Verizon. T-Mobile is also rolling the Android Pie update out to the Galaxy J7 Star.

Samsung’s also testing Android Pie on other mid-range devices. The Galaxy J2 has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance running the Android Pie update.

The Galaxy J5 Pro (2017) has also been certified with Android Pie on board which means it should get the upgrade sometime this summer.

Samsung Turkey’s confirmed several upcoming Android Pie updates and says it plans to push Pie to the Galaxy Tab S3 on September 5th and Galaxy J5 Pro on September 11th.

Samsung Galaxy Android 10 Update

Google’s confirmed the Android 10 update and it’s now available for the Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel 3.

Samsung hasn’t confirmed plans for Android Q, officially known as Android 10, and it will probably take awhile for the company to do so.

Samsung is reportedly testing the Android 10 update on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 lines behind the scenes which bodes well for owners of the latest flagships.

We expect the first Galaxy Android 10 updates to start rolling out sometime in late 2019 or early 2020 with the company’s new One UI 2.0 on board.

Look for the Android 10 update to hit flagships like Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy Tab S6 before it hits mid-range devices and older flagships.

In addition, the rumored Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to carry Android 10 along with an upgraded version of the One UI dubbed One UI 2.1.

Head here for more about Samsung’s Android 10 release.

8 Reasons to Buy the Galaxy Tab S6 & 7 Reasons Not To

Buy If You Want the Best Software Support

Buy If You Want the Best Software Support

If you plan on keeping your next tablet for awhile, it might be a good idea to buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

While you might be tempted to go with the Galaxy Tab S4 or a cheaper model in the Galaxy Tab S series, note that these devices will see their software support end a lot quicker.

Samsung typically keeps its flagships upgraded with major software updates for two years. The company tends to extend bug fixes and security patches for a bit longer than that, but software support will eventually stop and you’ll be on your own.

The company also tends to keep some software features exclusive to newer devices due to the hardware limitations on the older models. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 comes with the company's best version of Android Pie and One UI. We expect it to immediately benefit from some of the software features coming to the Note 10 and it'll get a robust version of Samsung's Android Q update.

If you want the absolute best software experience from a Samsung Galaxy tablet in 2019 and the foreseeable future, you'll probably want to pickup the Galaxy Tab S6. 

34 Comments

34 Comments

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  2. Menard

    12/20/2018 at 8:57 am

    Why the galaxy a6 2018 not included on the list to get the pie update?

  3. Michael

    01/07/2019 at 6:51 pm

    Samsung you need to show us gs7 edge & gs7 owner’s some love by giving these devices android 9.0 A.K.A pie update. these are still some of your best devices you have maid / sold. We deserve this update… so come on Samsung make it happen….

    • Alex

      06/06/2019 at 4:28 pm

      Galaxy S7 is too old, what people forget is the android 9 is designed and tested to run on the new and latest device. S7 will have hardware wear and tear, this will cause software bugs and samsung does not carry any previous phones that have been well and truly worn in the outside field of the testing lab and exposed to outside environment.
      You want android 9, update to a new device, guaranteed to be trouble free.
      From my experience, if your phone had android 6, update to android 7 and no more. Going to android 8 is asking for trouble.
      I know when my last Galaxy S5, it had android 4 factory installed, I update to 5 which was good but updating to 6 caused a big drain on the battery power, I had wifi stability issues and NFC would not work at all so I rolled it back to android 5.
      I have a galaxy A8, it had android 7 from factory, I updated to 8 which is fine. 2 days ago I installed 9 and my battery only lasts half a day. My bluetooth connectivity for headphones keeps dropping out.The phone is only 8 months old. I reverted back to 8 and it’s like brand new now.

  4. win myo myat thu

    01/11/2019 at 6:50 am

    Why the galaxy J7(2016) not included on the list to get the pie update?
    Oneplus , MI ,nokia mobile are all most the best after late I will it.They are got all 9 pie update .

  5. Mousa

    01/11/2019 at 8:25 am

    What about Galaxy C9 Pro ?

    • THY

      01/15/2019 at 9:42 am

      I do have C9pro and I am sure there is no more updated for C9pro. I think I have wasted buying one . Any way as of now its 8.0. at least..

  6. THY

    01/15/2019 at 9:39 am

    At last received NOte 9 PIE update with UI just now 15th Jan 2019 11pm.. Well getting installed and I have no clue how stable the same will be. Eager to see how latest UI performs ?

  7. Shohag Hossain

    01/15/2019 at 11:38 am

    Very helpful content

  8. JoeyMarie Slusher

    02/05/2019 at 12:01 pm

    I updated my S9 Plus and my Note 9 to Android P/One UI two days ago and I’m currently looking to XDA to roll them back to Oreo. Thenew cartoony pull down notification and lack of ability to no longer get rid of navigation bar is extremely annoying. Not thrilled with Pie at all.

    • R R

      02/14/2019 at 12:02 pm

      That sucks monkey sack

    • MichelleO

      03/31/2019 at 10:06 pm

      I completely agree. I told my sister who has the same phone not to upgrade

  9. Danish

    02/22/2019 at 1:28 am

    Can Samsung Galaxy Fan Edition get update Pie?

  10. Sec. 4 P.

    03/01/2019 at 5:28 pm

    Might want to clarify which versions are getting updates. It’s March and my Sprint Note 8 has not received a security patch update since January. Unlocked devices are getting the updates, not carrier branded ones.

  11. Gustav

    03/24/2019 at 1:50 pm

    I have a Galaxy S8+ and I don’t feel confident to install Android pie yet. Anyone who have installed it can give us a feedback about performance, battery life and bugs?

    • witer

      04/27/2019 at 9:50 am

      IT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dont update. Keep Oreo.

  12. MichelleO

    03/31/2019 at 10:24 pm

    I installed the update today on my phone and I already hate it. The UI change wasn’t necessary for the functionality of updating the security features. I have a note 8. As mentioned above the pull down notification menu is horrendous and there aren’t any options that I have found to change it. If someone finds it, please let me know. The settings menu is also the same way. I downloaded new themes and new icons from samsung and I still can’t change it.

    You also now have to be signed into Samsung to make changes to bixby or any other related apps from Samsung. The Samsung apps remain in the notification window and you can’t remove without going to each individual app. Finally, I just removed all notifications from Samsung apps.

    A lot of my settings were reset which I don’t remember happening before. It’s like starting completely over but more frustrating. My fingerprint isn’t being recognized as easily making it harder to get my phone to let me in.

    I haven’t had a lot of time to play with it but I hate it. I am working on a way to go back to the previous version. Currently, the only changes I like comes from the camera settings. I’ll update this as time goes on. If you don’t have to update your phone, I would wait. I know they mention security being a big factor but the new UI is frustrating to say the least.

  13. Simon Crook

    04/10/2019 at 12:31 pm

    This update may have ended my one phone run with Samsung. They’ve turned an elegant phone into something cartoonish and ugly, it looks like a cheap model rather than a flagship phone. And probably the worst thing so far, I can’t find the split screen feature which I felt was it’s best feature. Samsung this is a huge fail.

  14. Simon Crook

    04/10/2019 at 1:39 pm

    I have now found the split screen feature and unfortunately they have ruined that too. I could choose more easily between apps from a frequently used apps feature which has gone. Really poor update. Very disappointing.

  15. Nate

    04/10/2019 at 2:10 pm

    This update sucks. The UI looks childish, notifications on lock screen don’t give info even when display content is selected. Just getting started and gotta say it’s horrible so far.

  16. Mirna G Willis

    04/24/2019 at 10:26 am

    Hate the new update! My phone looks cheap. Why change something that is not broke. Always on display does not display like it use to with my name. App icons look so childish. Wish i can go back to before i updated.

  17. Ayana

    05/12/2019 at 8:35 pm

    I absolutely hate the new update. The design on the icons is terrible, the old one was better. My phone is now so laggy. I just wish I could downgrade back.

  18. Lulu

    05/22/2019 at 6:09 pm

    Why J5 prime not included to get adroid pie ?

  19. christi

    06/09/2019 at 1:56 pm

    I did the update 2 days ago, and it has messed up my phone majorly. The apps literally just open on their own, when I’m not holding/touching the phone, and start going nuts. Messenger opens and just starts typing letters… google opens and just starts opening webpages… the phone freezes when I try to stop this, and I have to re-start.

    Anyone else having these kind of problems? I know there’s a chance that something went wrong with the phone that’s not related to the update, but I LITERALLY DID NOTHING UNUSUAL EXCEPT THE UPDATE, so I find it a HUGE coincidence that these things started happing the day after the update…

  20. John

    06/24/2019 at 1:44 am

    Can TAB A 2017 get pie in july as Tab 10.5 started getting update in june only
    Plz reply….

  21. Abishek

    07/07/2019 at 7:35 pm

    Why j7 max not getting pie update?

  22. Elke

    07/27/2019 at 9:42 am

    I updated yesterday at 8:00 pm and my Galaxy J3 is still shutting down and starting up and it’s 10:30 am. We
    How long does the install take? I’mean beginning to think something isn’t right with the install. What do I do to get my phone operating correctly? Anyone?

    • Jim

      08/07/2019 at 6:33 pm

      Reply to Elke: I am having the same problems with my Samsung Galaxy J3 since the One UI Home update on August 1, 2019. It took forever to update and now half of my apps don’t work right, the features I like are gone and they keep pushing their crappy apps like Samsung Cloud, Samsung Internet, Samsung Storage and every other app you can think up as it drains my battery and eats up my memory. I’m already using all these apps through Google and I don’t want any of the Samsung Spyware bloatware. Even if I try to shit their junk off, Samsung keeps turning those apps back on while they put the apps that I want to sleep. It’s hard to have a pedometer count your steps when Samsung keeps preventing it from running in the background as I walk. The extended phone volume is gone and as soon as I open my security camera apps,Samsung shuts them down and I have to restart my phone.
      After fighting with my phone for almost a week, here is the only fix I came up with, I went out and purchased an LG phone and will be putting my Samsung spyware bloatware phone out of its misery.

  23. Wahab

    07/29/2019 at 12:07 am

    C7 pro pie update release date

  24. Jim

    08/05/2019 at 3:31 pm

    I wish Samsung would give us the option to have the old version back. After this past update, I can guarantee I will NEVER buy another Samsung phone again. Since they put the update on my phone without my permission, half of the apps aren’t working, I can no long open my security cameras to view anything, instead the app just closes, the local online radio stations aren’t working, (Tells me I need to connect to the internet which I obviously am connected already) the extended speaker volume button on my phone is gone,the icons look like they were colored by kindergartners, Samsung threw a ton of unwanted new feathers on my phone to eat up my battery and use up my free space, and the new One UI Home update is very nonuser friendly. I already paid for my phone and I don’t want Samsung anything on my phone. I have no interest in focusing on task and I just want to use it to text, call and view the internet. Even though my phone is only about 4 months old, it is going in the garbage and it will be the last Samsung I will ever buy. I’ve hated your upgrades in the past but this last update has convinced me that Samsung is nothing but spyware and they want to track everything that you do. Personally I think since I can no longer view the security camera footage, I think either Samsung should pay for new cameras that are compatible or buy this POS phone back from me.

  25. Prince

    08/11/2019 at 12:49 am

    When j5 prime 570F/dd get pie update?

  26. NoOne

    08/20/2019 at 1:45 pm

    This update BS game with Android is the reason why I stop at Kit kat version. Where on the other side of the world don’t have this problems but they limit what function are allow and what not which also a catch 22 for consumers. Samsung are now following the foot step of their competitor of downgrading screen resolution on Note 10 to 1080p with higher price tag. REALLY? No headphone jack BS game. I will keep my 3 years old phone until it no longer making calls and switch to flip phone so I don’t have to deal with this BS again.

  27. Gujja Rajanna

    08/26/2019 at 6:20 am

    Samsung galaxy a5 (2017) Android 9 pie update not update Android 9pie

  28. mike

    09/15/2019 at 4:38 pm

    My s8 active phone just updated. This update sucks. I was getting ready to pay off my phone and move my cell service. Looks like I will be buying Librem 5 or a black phone before moving my cell service. I won’t be back to buy another Samsung.

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