Samsung One UI on Galaxy Note 9 (Android 9.0 Pie) – After 1 Month



I have been using the Samsung One Ui on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for over a month and want to share what I like about the Samsung One ui and what I wish was slightly different.

Even though we are using a Note 9 in this video, this video also applies to Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

So let’s dive in.

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36 Replies to “Samsung One UI on Galaxy Note 9 (Android 9.0 Pie) – After 1 Month”

  1. Mike Solomon

    Good Lord! Y'all can update to pie, and just use apps to address most of the issues you don't like. I applied a black theme to the stock UI, switched to Microsoft Launcher to customize and use a gesture app for better gesture navigation. The update improves the keyboard and gives some great options for battery saving and optimizing. Remember, this us Android… you can tweak the crap out of it!

  2. Mr2pint

    I see no reason to update because you lose good lock features also no more call recording. Call recording for me is absolutely essential for work and private. With good lock and 8.1 I don't see any advantage in updating and fact it's a big step back. For the first time in many years my next phone will probably be a One Plus since they support call recording worldwide.

  3. TiaYang

    The best thing about the new update is the KEYBOARD!!! About time they fix that. Wider and bigger. No more butter finger, no more pressing wrong letters with the smaller keyboard. Samsung finally listened!!

  4. D H

    Samsung one ui is HORRIBLE! Looks like it was designed for preschoolers. If you have small hands and are that concerned about reaching everything with your thumb, GET A SMALL PHONE!

  5. Steven Corbo

    My biggest concern with this so far is I'm not a gestures navigation fan, and the on-screen buttons if you enable them don't go away like they used to before the update. I hope Google fixes this because honestly I like my on-screen navigation buttons but I like them to disappear when I'm not using them.

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