Samsung has released an update with various upgrades for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +. With this update, the camera and quick sharing performance have been improved. The use of Quick Partition has improved file sharing on Galaxy devices. The update includes a security update for Google for May 2021 and bug fixes and performance improvements in each update, so new features are not expected. It is recommended to back up the data before updating so that it is protected. Download and install the update now ⚙ Menu ings Settings → Software Update உடன் with the built-in numbers G960FXXUFFUE1 and G965FXXUFFUE1 for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +. To get the best performance from your device, you should always keep your device up to date and regularly check for updates. More information about this update can be found below or from Samsung.
May 2021 -> Samsung Galaxy S9 series update for specification
The update contains the following build number, and can now be downloaded and installed using the update function via ⚙ Menu Settings → Software Update.
- Device: Galaxy S9 (SM-G960F) – Build Number: G960FXXUFFUE1
- Device: Galaxy S9 + (SM-G965F) – Build Number: G965FXXUFFUE1
- Release Date: 2021-05-13 – Security Link Status: 2021-05-01
New Features and Improvements for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +:
- Camera performance has been improved.
- Improved Quick Partition: Upgrade File Partition on Galaxy Devices Using Quick Partition.
- The security of your device has been improved.
Software updates for Samsung Galaxy models
If you get a new smartphone or tablet, you will receive software updates from Samsung even after you purchase it. These may be new functions, but they are also security updates that are available for download. We recommend installing these updates as soon as they are released. Notification of availability of new updates for your smartphone or tablet is very easy: if the automatic update is enabled, you will automatically receive a notification on your mobile device when an update is available for download and installation.