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Galaxy S9 and S9+ new update brings scheduled Night Mode and February security patch

15 February 2019 3

Despite the fact, the South Korean giant Samsung is getting ready to announce the 10th anniversary Galaxy S-series phones on February 20th but that doesn't mean the company forgot the last year S9 lineup. Today the company starts rolling out a new update for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners in Germany. The latest update brings the scheduled Night Mode and February security patch.

Surprisingly the company didn't roll out the scheduled Night Mode feature with the Android Pie update. We must say its better late than never. Once your device gets the latest update, you can schedule the Night mode from the display settings menu. The update also brings improvements to gesture control, NFC, email and also bring stability for the Wi-Fi.

The update also marks the arrival of February 2019 security patch for the Samsung flagships, we can expect more devices will get the latest update in coming weeks. The new update brings the Galaxy S9 firmware version to G960FXXU2CSB3 whereas the S9+ firmware version is updated to G965FXXU2CSB3.

The new update weighs 350MB that's why we will recommend to download it overstable WIFI instead of mobile data. As the update is being rolled out as an OTA update that's why it will take a few days before reaching out to everyone. Initially, the update is being rolled out for the German users only but we can expect it will be rolled out to other regions in coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 09:08)



Galaxy S9 and S9+ new update brings scheduled Night Mode and February security patch
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