Hard reset didn't work for me,,UK note 9 version ,,,,,since update late december screen yellow green but brightness turned up kinda works and sometimes goes back to normal after while but very frustrating a super large top company cant release solution quickly ,,,next time round it will make people go for other makes of phone
My Note 9 display is ruined by the April upgrade. Worked fine for 10 minutes and now I have to use max brightness to see anything. Screen still has a yellowish, green layer that blurs everything.
This is clearly a result of inadequate testing a s forums are now lighting up with similar screen issues. My phone is only 14 months old and I am a very low demand user.
Disgusted with Samsungs lack of attention on upgrade. Will look for another brand as this is almost unusable and I'm concerned screen will denegrate further
If Samsung rolls out OneUI 2.1 for Note 9 it will really change my view on the Note series as a whole. The lack of major updates, supposedly intended to nudge people into purchasing new device, actually makes me want to stay off future Samsung Notes for lack of trust in Samsung's commitment to their devices.
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2020Bring back Notification Led and everything is forgiven.I had the same problem on my Note 9. I ended up doing a factory reset and the notification light works again for me. I am NOT recommending it though because you lose all your data and apps and have to download all again unless you back your phone up.
Note7 owner, 16 Apr 2020What's so hard with just going with plain Google Android like the pixel phones?! It's already ... moreAlot of people prefer some of Samsungs software.
Their browser seems to be one of the favourites. I prefer Samsungs file manager, music app and samsung pay to name some more.
Note7 owner, 16 Apr 2020What's so hard with just going with plain Google Android like the pixel phones?! It's already ... moreSamsung Internet is actually a lot better than Chrome.
Full dark mode, ad blockers, etc... Stick to pixels - your choice.
Note7 owner, 16 Apr 2020What's so hard with just going with plain Google Android like the pixel phones?! It's already ... moreOne UI has a lot of features that the Stock Android doesn't have. I get that this might be a hindrance in terms of updates, but I love my Samsung pay and my Samsung Browser.
What's so hard with just going with plain Google Android like the pixel phones?! It's already 2020 and we don't need to be forced to use Samsung Pay, Samsung internet app lol. If it's good like Google's software I'm sure lots and lots of folks will use it.
Mike9625, 16 Apr 2020The Best samsung Phone ever madeAnd yet it won't receive Android 11...isn't that just great?
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2020There's no question over 9810 being inferior to S845, but it's far from being a weak CPU. I'm ... moreNote 10 lite with exynos 9810 has One UI 2.1, so unless there's some hardware limitations in the camera, there is no reason this can't come to Note 9.
In fact, I am sure Galaxy A80 and A90 will also get one UI 2.1 along with the S9/note 9. They already ported some one ui 2.1 features into the 2.0 update for A80.
Jaeger, 16 Apr 2020Remember that the Note9 comes in two versions. Probably the Exynos 9810 version (which is sold... moreThere's no question over 9810 being inferior to S845, but it's far from being a weak CPU. I'm pretty sure it can easily handle all OneUI 2.1 features. Like someone already said, all phones that are running 2.0 can also run 2.1. It's only a matter of Samsung allocating resources to do it.
ThunderCrackR, 16 Apr 2020Really, it would affect its stability? We are talking about the S845 here. Pretty sure it can ... moreRemember that the Note9 comes in two versions. Probably the Exynos 9810 version (which is sold in most markets), can't support the new camera features, whereas the SD845 version can (the SD845 is superior to E9810 in mostly everything).
It's a minor update only. They can bring it to all the phones that are running oneUI 2.0 . If not then the software engineers at samsung would be considered as dumb
what about the s9 and s9+ duo, they have the very same soc that note 9 has.
ThunderCrackR, 16 Apr 2020Really, it would affect its stability? We are talking about the S845 here. Pretty sure it can ... more"At least, be sincere and admit that you only want to update for as much as two years in order to make people buy a new phone."
What you did there is basically explaining the business model of Android smartphones in a nutshell.