Note 9 pie update ,
Battery is now awful below 50 % lasted me 3 hours at work today finding it on charge alot more ,
The screen glitches loads flickers
Glad I made the misses update hers too 🤣🤣🤣🤣I'm a note fan from early days but during the note 7 exploding time period I ended up with the pixel xl gen 1 ,I have to say I missed my note edge alot but after few days the battery and unlimited memory and the camera was brilliant finally I got the note 9 and sad to say the camera and battery was better on the pixel xl ,shame the pixel 2 and 3 are just ugly phones
Mine upgraded, and is now a brick to me (NOTE9). I've only had it a month, it going back.
There is anothe thread you might be interested in; Samsung s9 android Pie Update Problems
Thank you, I will look into that.
I have had the Note 9 for a month, I traded in my NOte4. What a mistake! The update took effect the other day and now my wonderful little smart phone turned into a piece of PIE!
I called T-Mobile, they transfered me to Samsung; the only comments I recieved from Samsung was, "The phone cannot be reverted back in software to Oreo" & "that is the way it is" , I have the date, TOD, some before and afters.
I am looking into getting their attention by filing both a small claims, and also criminal malicious mischief charges. The cost to file in Clark county washington district court is minimal, however the cost to Samsung to defend itself will be considerable. My hope is that I can make it a class action and get others, even globally, to jump in. THe $ range for setting the classification is such that it would be a Class II felony, that is if it were only me involved. The classification in the State of Washington is $750-$5000 for class II. If others jump in the overall $ figure jumps and it would most likely jump to a Frist degree. It would rest ultimately on the motion and argument set before the judge in the complaint/filing.
Here is a brief description: https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/malicious-mischief-Washington-State
Legal fees in small claims would be at a minimum. Filing the larger one would have an initial cost of about $100 for filing fees and $50 for service to Samsung. I'm not too sure they would want the notariety.