Samsung releases Android 14 for Galaxy Tab S9 FE Series

Samsung releases Android 14 for Galaxy Tab S9 FE Series

Samsung has officially joined the Android 14 club with another tablet. The recently introduced Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+ tablets are the latest tablets to join the Android 14-based One UI 6 club. The anticipated software upgrade for the Non-FE Galaxy Tab S9 and Galaxy Tab S8 series has already been released.

As planned, the rollout begins in Europe, with Germany and Switzerland presently live, with a wider spread to begin in the coming days. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE will receive the new software with the X516BXXU1BWK9 firmware version, while the Tab S9 FE+ will receive the new upgrade with the X616BXXU1BWK9 software version.

It is the tablet’s first big OS upgrade, which means it requires a large amount of data to download. Along with the new features available on the One UI 6.0, Samsung is sending the new software to the tablet with the November 2023 security patch.

One UI 6.0 is a huge software version for Galaxy devices, including the Tab S9 FE, and it includes a slew of new features and improvements. This includes a new Quick panel UI, the ability to place the clock widget anywhere on the lock screen, the ability to configure even bigger fonts, updated Samsung apps, a new Media player UI for notification and lock screen, new widgets, redesigned Emojis, and a slew of additional enhancements.

If you own the newly released Galaxy Tab S9 FE or FE+ and reside in Europe, then you can now upgrade your tablet to Android 14 update. You will receive the OTA notification on your device once the update is available or you can manually check for new updates by navigating to Settings > About device > Software update > Download and install.

Make sure to that a backup of important data before installing the new update on your device. Also, charge your phone to at least 50% in case of failures.

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