T-Mobile Galaxy S9 and S9+ updates rolling out with Night Mode for camera


A few days after updating its Galaxy Note 9, T-Mobile is now pushing updates for its Galaxy S9 and S9+.

The T-Mobile Galaxy S9 is now receiving an update to version G960USQU6CSI2, while the Galaxy S9+ is being bumped to version G965USQU6CSI2. S9 owners can expect a 794.39MB update, while S9+ owners will be getting a 772.06MB update.

These updates include the September 1, 2019 Android security patches, which are an upgrade from the July 1, 2019 security patches that the S9 and S9+ were on before. Reddit user ictRider also notes that these updates add Night Mode, which helps you snap better photos in low-light situations.


TmoNews readers Rick and Jeff got their updates this morning, so if you’re using an S9 or S9+, you should receive your update soon. You also have the option of checking for your update manually by jumping into Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

Once you’ve installed it, please be sure to share your first impressions of the update and Night Mode with us!

Thanks, Rick and Jeff!

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  • atown7475

    And why would I need a night-mode on my camera…..

    • Trevnerdio

      Fro those million times you take a pic in poor lighting conditions and actually wanna see what’s in the picture…

    • Francisco Peña

      why do you need a car, you have 2 legs to walk?

  • Does this update also include the unlocked s9+? Sm-g965u1, I just got the August security patch today and that was the first update that I recieved since the February security update

  • Francisco Peña

    I’d like to have the Oct one already with that fix for vulnerability that just came out.

    • Matt

      Won’t see it until January at the rates that these monthly updates are…

      • Francisco Peña

        With my S9, I’ve been pretty please with the speed. I’ve had numerous updates in my 18months with it. Its usually a month behind, and I can’t recall ever being more than 2 months behind.

  • Phil7474

    Got mines and tested this night mode and it really works. Nice

  • No difference between night setting and photo