T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9 software update now rolling out


Heads up, Galaxy Note 9 owners, because you’ve got a software update heading your way.

T-Mobile is now pushing an update to version N960USQS1ARH6 to its Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The update is 98.57MB in size and it includes the September 1, 2018 Android security patches.



TmoNews reader Mike received the update today, so if you’ve got a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9, be on the lookout for your own update in the coming days. If you don’t feel like waiting, you can manually check for the update by going into Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

Updates that include security patches like this may not be super exciting, but it’s good that T-Mobile and Samsung are improving the security of the Note 9. People are increasingly relying on their smartphone as their only form of communication, using them to talk with others, take photos, watch videos, and more, and so it’s important that these devices have good security to protect the personal data that’s stored on them.

Thanks, Mike!

Source: T-Mobile

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  • carcomptoy

    *fingers crossed* it actually fixed the camera glitch. So far, no stutters!

    • Yonatan Ben Magen

      Hopefully it also resolves the BT auto pairing handshake issues.
      Honestly Samsung should just go all in Snapdragon in their Flagships – is it any wonder that updates/security patches trickle down when they have to do 2x the work Snap 835/845 and inhouse enxoys chips.

      • cirrob

        Never had a problem with bluetooth. Maybe mine was patched before shipping?

    • Trevnerdio

      What camera glitch are you referring to with stuttering? I haven’t noticed much of that so far on mine.

  • Teairra

    Got my update, I’m sure it won’t be noticeable but it’s an update none the less.

  • Trevnerdio

    Haven’t noticed that either, my haptic feedback just works like 75% of keypresses, that’s about the only issue I have. I may have seen some issues with my soft buttons, but that’s exclusive to my 9, that’s happened on rare occasion with my old Samsung phones as well.