The AT&T Galaxy Note 9 Android 9 update is finally rolling out. This software update has the trendy One UI developed by Samsung for a smooth performance. The company has made this Android Pie update available through OTA. You should receive notification you can use to download and flash the update. But if due to any reason you cannot flash it with official OTA, flash it manually. Here’s the stock AT&T Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie package you can grab and load on the phone manually.
Before manual installation, we recommend you force download of AT&T Note 9 Pie update. Go to Settings >> Software update and start checking if there is an OTA notification waiting to help. If it does not appear, you should try another way. This is quite easy, go to Settings and move to general management. There, select “Date and Time” and turn the automatic date and time option off. Now start checking software update from Settings >> Software update menu again.
- Charge the battery of your phone.
- Create backup of your device (backup everything stored on phone including contacts, messages, and files). You can check this guide to create backup.
- Download Odin on your computer (the official Samsung firmware flasher) from here. This is Odin ATT_N960USQU1CSAA.zip you need to use for flashing this update.
Disclaimer: This firmware is compatible with Galaxy Note9 N960U only. Please bear in mind that we will not be held responsible for whatever happen to your device giving a try to this guide. Perform everything at your own risk.
Install Official Android 9 Pie Firmware on AT&T Galaxy Note9 SM-N960U
Step One: Download AT&T Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie firmware from here (you can flash it on any Note9 with N960U model).
Model: SM-N960U (AT&T)
OS: Android 9 Pie
Step Two: Extract the downloaded file into a folder on computer. You may use desktop to use that folder.
Step Three: Power off phone and boot it into download mode (boot pressing down Bixby + volume down + power buttons). Wait until your phone fully enter in download mode.
Step Four: Run the Odin on PC.
Step Five: Locate firmware files on Odin now. Press BL button to locate file starting with BL, then press AP button to locate its file, then CP, and HOME_CSC. Once files are loaded, go ahead.
Step Six: Hit start button and wait until installation is finished.