4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S9 Pie & 9 Reasons You Should


4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S9 Pie & 9 Reasons You Should is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie update could have a huge impact on your device’s performance. Some Galaxy S9 owners should install the software the second it arrives for your phone but others might want to hold out for a few hours, a few days, or longer.

Samsung promised to roll the Galaxy S9 Android Pie update out in January but the company decided to start the roll out a little earlier than that.

The company’s Galaxy S9 Android Pie roll out started in late December and the update is starting to move out to Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ models in regions around the world.

While the roll out initially focused on those participating in the Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta, it has since moved onto to devices and regions that weren’t part of the beta program.

As of right now, the Galaxy S9 Android Pie update is rolling out in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with more countries to follow. We expect the update to hit carriers in the United States in the near future.

If you’ve followed the Galaxy S9 Android Pie update’s path to the official release you know that it comes with a long list of changes for the flagship devices.

The most obvious change on board Android Pie is the new One UI, a new user interface that brings wholesale changes to the look and feel of Samsung’s skin.

Other on board include a Night Mode, a floating keyboard, new emojis, improvements to Always on Display, features from the Galaxy Note 9, Samsun DeX enhancements, and a whole lot more.

The Samsung Galaxy S9’s Android Pie update is a fairly large download. The update should be around 1.5-2GB for most Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ models.

Android Pie is a big jump from Android Oreo and it could have a tremendous impact on your phone’s performance. While some of you might see improvements, others might run into issues.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Pie problems are already popping up and they include issues with Bixby, abnormal battery drain, issues with Bluetooth and GPS, problems with apps, user interface lag, installation problems, and more.

We expect Samsung and its carrier partners to roll out bug fixes, but it could take weeks before we see a substantial list of remedies for Android Pie problems.

There are plenty of reasons to install the Android Pie update when it arrives for your Galaxy S9. That said, there are some reasons why you might want to hold off and wait.

This guide will take Galaxy S9 users through the best reasons to, and not to, install Android 9.0 Pie right now.

Install Android Pie If You’ve Got Problems

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Install Android Pie If You've Got Problems

If you’re dealing with problems on Android Oreo, and you can’t seem to find a fix, you should probably install Android Pie. It could help you turn things around. 

The Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie update isn’t perfect. There are bugs and performance issues that the company and its partners need to work out. That said, it could improve your device’s performance in several ways. 

Some Galaxy S9 users are noticing improved battery life and a smoother user interface. Some Galaxy S9 users who were experiencing random reboots on Oreo aren’t seeing them on Pie. This isn’t surprising. 

Android updates, particularly major releases like Android 9.0 Pie, have been known to iron out common performance issues like severe battery drain, reboots, lag, and issues with connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, cellular data, GPS). 

If your Samsung Galaxy S9 is tied to a specific carrier, there’s a good chance your carrier will tack on additional bug fixes to your version of Android Pie. 

All in all, if you’re unhappy with Android Oreo’s performance on your device, give Android Pie a shot. There’s a good chance you’ll notice an improvement. 

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4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S9 Pie & 9 Reasons You Should is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.

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