How to Update Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to Android 10-OneUI 2.0

As you know, Samsung has allowed Galaxy users to test the early version of Android 10 that is going to release for selected Galaxy phones. The Android 10 comes with the new OneUI 2.0 coming with a number of new features. Those who are using a Galaxy Note 9, you can now early test the Android 10 beta released for your phone. In this guide, I will walk you through the instruction to install oneUi 2.0 on your Galaxy Note 9.


Since it’s the beta version, so it currently works with the global version of Galaxy Note 9, model:  SM-N960F/DS 

If you are using other models of the phone, you should wait for a few weeks, do not flash this update in this post since it might get your phone bricked!

Download Files:

  1. Download ROM file :
  2. Update OneUI 2.0 :
  3. Install Driver Samsung , and Odin

Once you download files, follow these steps below to update your Galaxy Note 9 to Android 10 version

Steps to Update Galaxy Note 9 to One UI 2.0

Step 1: Download the ROM file and extract it. You will get four files: BL, AP,CP, CSC and HOME_CSC. Delete the HOME_CSC

Step 2: Exit Samsung Account and Google account on your Galaxy Note 9.

Step 3: Power your Note 9 off and boot it into Download Mode. To do so, press and hold Power + Bixby + Volume Down buttons at once. When you see a blue warning screen, press the Volume Up button.

Step 4: Connect your phone into the computer and open Odin. If ID:COM port is blue, it means the connection is successful, the computer has already detached the driver.

Step 5: In Odin, click on BL and browse to BL_…tar in the extracted folder. Do it the same with AP, CP,CSC file. You can skip User_Data section.

flash firmware using Odin

Step 6: Click on Start button and wait for it to re-install the stock firmware on your Note 9.

Step 7: Copy the update file into the SD card and insert it into your Note 9.

Step 8: When done, your phone will reboot. Wait for about 5 minutes. Power your phone off and press Power + Volume Up + Bixby buttons to enter Recovery mode. 

Step 9: Scroll down to select “Apply update from SD Card” option. Browse to your SD card and select using Power button. Your Note 9 will start installing the update.

That’s it! You have successfully update your Galaxy Note 9 to the Android 10 beta version. Since it’s beta build, so there might be bugs during the daily use. 

If you have any question, let’s know in the comment below.

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