Dear all Galaxy Note 8 users! While Samsung has released Android Pie update for all Note 8 models, since it’s been for two years old, so this Android Pie update still lacks great features that are only available on Galaxy Note 9. So, some developers knew that and successfully ported a Galaxy Note 9 ROM for Galaxy Note 8 device. If you are using a Galaxy Note 8 and want to experience all features of Note 9 running Android Pie 9.0 version, then here is a new ported Note 9 ROM for Galaxy Note 8.
- Latest Android 9.0 version
- Based on the latest N960F
- Vietnam CSC
- Support dual SIM if you have already made dual SIM for your phone
- High-speed bootup time
- Completely remove Knox App
- Non-personal UI
- Long battery life
- Galaxy Note8: SM-N950F/DS, SM-N950N
- A TWRP 3-2-3 recovery must be installed on your phone to flash this custom ROM
- Back up all data stored in your phone storage as flashing the ROM will erase
- Keep your phone battery at least 50% to avoid unwanted issues.
Once done, let’s start installing Note 9 ROM on your Galaxy Note 8.
Steps to Flash Note 9 ROM on Galaxy Note 8
- First of all, download the Galaxy Note 9 ROM for your Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Connect your phone into your computer and then copy the ROM into the internal storage of your phone.
- Once done, power your phone off, detach the USB cable and then boot it into TWRP Recovery mode by pressing & holding Power + Bixby + Volume Up buttons altogether.
- From there, tap on Wipe > Advanced Wipe and select: Dalvik/ART, Cache, Data, System. Swipe to confirm your selection.
- Next, tap on Install and flash the ROM on your Galaxy Note 8. Simply swipe the slider to the right to start the installation. Wait until the process is done.
- After the installation is successful, return to the Recovery menu and tap on “reboot now”.
That’s all! You have successfully installed Note 9 ROM on your Galaxy Note 8. Now you can now experience all the new features. If you encounter bootlooop issue, simply hard reset your phone and then repeat the steps from the scratch. Let’s know the changes you see in your phone post update.