Samsung is currently sending a new update to its Android Pie beta program for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The update, which weighs 324MB, has a software version number G960FXXU2ZRLF on the Galaxy S9, and G965FXXU2ZRLF on the S9+. It’s currently available in the UK, France, Poland, and Germany.
Although the update might be meant for those that enrolled in the beta program, Samsung plans to release a stable version in January. The update is made to fix some major bugs before the company rolls out a more stable version. The new update fixes issues such as apps that require a Samsung account not working, message notifications sticking around even after they’re tapped, the Phone app crashing when you press the call icon, and screen flickering while on a call.
For those on the beta program, you can manually check for the update by going to Settings > Software update and see if the update is available to you. If you wish to wait, the new beta build, should be available in the next few days.