My samsung galaxy s9 firmware is G960FXXS7CSJ3/G960FOXM7CSJ1/G960FXXS7CSJ3.
I still haven't got Android 10 or one UI 2.0 update. I searched on sam mobile and XDA but could not find the android 10 version of this firmware. However, almost all the other firmwares for Samsung S9 has the android 10 and even one UI2.5 update available which is weirdly unfair to the consumers. Can someone help me find the right version for my firmware please? incase there is none, can I install the android 10 version of other firware (different built number)?
You do need to be exceptionally careful when trying a Custom Rom @VsParmar
Xdadevelopers.com is the best place to enquire about Custom Roms and ask relevant questions to members.
The Custom Rom needs to be a specific build.
A phone supplied by a Network i.e Branded can sometimes take longer to get updates as the network itself sometimes wants to test the software to ensure there is nothing within it that will conflict with it's network features.
Or was it supplied directly by Samsung ?
Updates are sent out to eligible phone's via region and phone eligibility and serial number.
A Samsung Experience Store or Samsung Service Centre can take a look too
Have you tried Samsung Smartswitch ?
Current Phone ~
Samsung Note 20 Ultra 5G SM-N9860_256Gb SnapDragon 865+
Samsung One Ui 3.0/ Android 11.
Hi @BandOfBrothers , Thanks for the reply. I ended up on SAM mobile forum and the problem was solved via flashing the phone with an android 10 version of another firmware via odin. I did not even had to format my device.