N96OU USA got Android 10 this morning

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Trex888

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Took me 5 hours to download the firmware from sammobiles.com
Just flashed by odin on my n960u
I noticed that the reception is much much better on android 10.
I got LTE full 4 bars reception everywhere I go that usually doesn't happen on pie 9.0.
I think the new modem came on android 10 made significant improvements.
So far so good.
 
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KingVekxin

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Took me 5 hours to download the firmware from sammobiles.com
Just flashed by odin on my n960u
I noticed that the reception is much much better on android 10.
I got LTE full 4 bars reception everywhere I go that usually doesn't happen on pie 9.0.
I think the new modem came on android 10 made significant improvements.
So far so good.

Which carrier did you load it on?
 

TeldenW

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OTA AT&T Note9 Android 10 just rolled out, also can get the Odin firmware for Note9 USA Android 10 on Samfirm.
Sent from my SM-N975U using XDA Labs

I'm on AT&T Note 9 (SM-960U). I'm currently running Nov. CSJ1 firmware.
CSJ1 isn't on SamFirm... I just checked for updates (AGAIN). Nothing.

Any tips?

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Took me 5 hours to download the firmware from sammobiles.com
Just flashed by odin on my n960u
I noticed that the reception is much much better on android 10.
I got LTE full 4 bars reception everywhere I go that usually doesn't happen on pie 9.0.
I think the new modem came on android 10 made significant improvements.
So far so good.

Did you download CCT or CHA country code for the USA download from Sammobile?
 

TokedUp

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Smooth sailing so far. New animations are really nice. I'm still trying to find out what new features to look out for. I'll get a better chance to check things out when I get out of work.
 

Trex888

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I'm on AT&T Note 9 (SM-960U). I'm currently running Nov. CSJ1 firmware.
CSJ1 isn't on SamFirm... I just checked for updates (AGAIN). Nothing.

Any tips?

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Did you download CCT or CHA country code for the USA download from Sammobile?

I downloaded CCT
CCT or CHA it doesn't matter because it comes with multi csc for all usa carries.
It will detect your sim and depending on that sim carrier it will set the csc automatically.
My model is actually verizon note 9 but the csc set on XAA since my phone is unlocked and i am not using verizon sim.
 
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    Just got the official android 10 firmware update for T-Mobile galaxy note 9! :)
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    After using CCTView attachment 4938413

    Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk

    Yeah, I used CCT on Verizon, and it worked without issue. Didn't wipe anything. Still came back fine. I think my version of Odin was 3.13 something... it's been in my laptop since January when I used it to go back to Oreo after Android 9 was released and I had the wrong version.

    Of course, Android Auto does not respond to "Hey, Google" anymore, now that the phone is on Android 10... But that's a global issue, not just Note 9.
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    No luck yet this morning on T-Mobile (snapdragon obviously).
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    OTA AT&T Note9 Android 10 just rolled out, also can get the Odin firmware for Note9 USA Android 10 on Samfirm.

    Sent from my SM-N975U using XDA Labs
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    I also got my update this morning, have yet to take it. Has anyone on the unlocked version on sprint taken it? I was wondering if anyone can confirm if the hotspot method to add dun to the APN still works or not?

    ive gotten it. and the method i do still works. im on sprint with u1 firmware btw
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