Samsung One UI based on Android 9.0 Pie

Samsung is now rebranding the name of its own software for the Galaxy series smartphones, yet again. We already know the the manufacturer has completely changed the software experience for their phones lately. Samsung’s new software is now branded as One UI instead of Samsung Experience 10 that came with the leaked Android 9.0 Pie beta for Galaxy S9. Samsung’s One UI Beta registration may begin as early as this week and the stable version will roll out in January 2019. So sign up for Samsung’s revolutionary One UI featuring Android 9.0 Pie for the S9 and S10 devices.

There are 3 key features to Sasmung’s One UI. Apart from the revamped user interface, it (1) focus mainly on the task at hand (or of priority), (2) interact naturally, and (3). With One UI you can easily find and focus on the priority content with the de-cluttered screens shown across the firmware and parts of the stock apps. You can get relevant information with each tap.

Simulated One UI icons and applications

Another major change you will find is that the content generally start from middle of the screen. So it is extremely convenient for users to reach out to the top content (generally located at the top of the screen). Get what you want right at your fingertips.

A hand holding a smartphone with One UI Messages application onscreen.

Last but not the least, Samsung has finally added a native Night Mode across the firmware. Use Night Mode for a comfortable experience in the dark. According to Samsung’s blog post about the One UI, the beta program will begin for both the Snapdragon Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus devices in the United States (or China), as well as for the Exynos Galaxy S9 variants in countries like France, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, Spain, UK.

In this tutorial we will show you how to sign up for Android Pie or Samsung’s One UI Beta program before anyone else. The procedure is simple, all you need to do is download the Samsung+ app or the Samsung Members app on your device and enroll for the beta program from notice section.

You can also try the latest One UI Beta update right now by simply downloading and sideloading the Android 9.0 Pie OTA update zip for Snapdragon Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus devices. There you will find the OTA update zips.

Android 9.0 Pie for Galaxy S9: How to Sign Up for Samsung’s One UI Beta Program

The simplest way to get the Samsung’s One UI firmware update is to register in your region’s Samsung Members apps. Currently in the USA the registration is live on the Samsung+ app.

Note that the the following step by step tutorial will only work once the Samsung’s Android 9.0 Pie Beta program starts. According to sources, it will begin as soon as this week. So be prepared.

Step 1: Make sure your device is connected to internet.

Step 2: Download and install the Samsung Members app from the Galaxy App store.

Samsung Members
Samsung Members

Note: For North American users use Samsung+ app

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Step 3: Open the Samsung Members app or Samsung+ app. Sign in or register as a Samsung member.

Step 4: Look for the Samsung’s One UI Beta Program Registration in the Notices section.

Step 5: Sign up for Pie Beta and wait for approval.

Step 6: Once approved, you will receive an OTA notification.

Step 7: Download Samsung’s revolutionary One UI and update your phone.

How to Sign Up for Samsung's One UI Beta Program

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    V Beckford

    I have the Samsung members app and can not find the Samsung Pie Beta program registration. Any help with this would be appreciated.

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