Samsung has kicked off the One UI 2.0 beta programme for the Galaxy Note 9 users in the Indian market. The Galaxy Note 9’s One UI 2.0 beta made its debut in the UK and South Korea recently and has now been launched in the Indian market. Along with the India launch, Samsung has also launched the Galaxy S9 beta in the South Korean market.
The Galaxy Note 9 users will be able to get the Android 10 beta update from their phone Settings – Software Update menu after enrolling in the beta program via the One UI beta notice in the Samsung members app. The first beta builds that Samsung has rolled out in India is the same hotfix which was released in the UK and South Korea with the build number N960FXXU4ZSK7. The file is a 1930 MB download and also includes the November 2019 security patch.
How to register for the beta program?
1. Download Samsung Members app from Galaxy Store or the Google Play Store.
2.Log in and then go to Notices and select “One UI Beta Program Registration”. Fill out the form and submit the application.
3.Once you are signed up, go to Settings > Software update and choose the Download and install option. This downloads the software update and load the beta version.
However, as it is with all beta updates, make sure you have backed up your data on a separate platform.