After rolling out One UI update to the latest flagships, Samsung is finally opening the Android Pie Beta Program for last year’s flagships aka the Galaxy S8, S8+ and the Note 8. The program is currently only for those, who have the unlocked variants.
Anyone living in the US can register for the program via the Samsung+ App. To find the right option for your device, you can select it under the Notices section. After signing up, you’ll get the OTA update notification. You’ll see firmware versions G950U1UEU5ZSAB and G955U1UEU5ZSAB for the unlocked Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Whereas the unlocked Galaxy Note 8 gets firmware version N950U1UEU5ZSAB.
The update also includes the latest security patch, which is of January 2019. The official Android Pie update to the Galaxy S8 and others will be rolled out before March 2019.
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