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Another update?
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That's a little late, should be on ARI4

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There are no updates showing for my Sprint S9+. Is your phone Sprint or unlocked?

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1 minute ago, pokefan02 said:

There are no updates showing for my Sprint S9+. Is your phone Sprint or unlocked?

Unlocked.  I received another one a few weeks ago as well.

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I just noticed he is on U1 firmware, not U firmware

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I just noticed he is on U1 firmware, not U firmware

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I actually as well got an update just a week or two ago.

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My new Samsung Galaxy S9 purchased last week is set to automatic update. There have been a few updates since I brought it out into the real world.

It shows:

Baseband version G960USQ3ARI4

Build number:  R16NW.G960USQS3ARI4

How does that compare to what you are posting?

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2 hours ago, Jeff68005 said:

My new Samsung Galaxy S9 purchased last week is set to automatic update. There have been a few updates since I brought it out into the real world.

It shows:

Baseband version G960USQ3ARI4

Build number:  R16NW.G960USQS3ARI4

How does that compare to what you are posting?

That's the latest firmware.

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I'm hoping the next update on unlocked devices enables VoLTE. It might not even be necessary since we don't have to remove the Calling Plus menu.

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25 minutes ago, Paynefanbro said:

I'm hoping the next update on unlocked devices enables VoLTE. It might not even be necessary since we don't have to remove the Calling Plus menu.

I hope for the same on the Sprint branded devices.

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Just got my September update notification
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2 hours ago, SturgeonGeneral said:

Just got my September update notification
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Thanks, other users reported that above. I assume your s9 is unlocked?

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AS I indicated, I just acquired my Galaxy S9.  A lot of excitement about 5x5, 10x10, etc was created just before I went to other things.

SCP is showing some reports of B25 and Band B41 with superscripts of 2 or 3.  Does the Galaxy make any use of those possibilities assuming the tower has those to offer?

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4 hours ago, Jeff68005 said:

AS I indicated, I just acquired my Galaxy S9.  A lot of excitement about 5x5, 10x10, etc was created just before I went to other things.

SCP is showing some reports of B25 and Band B41 with superscripts of 2 or 3.  Does the Galaxy make any use of those possibilities assuming the tower has those to offer?

GS9 has pretty much all the tech Sprint supports and more..

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Don't know if I am losing my mind or not, but I am not able to receive a text notification while on the phone. I am using Android Messages and can receive an audible notification along with vibration, but the minute I am on a call, all of that stops. I do continue to receive a notification in the notification bar.  Is anyone else having this issue? 

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1 hour ago, NanoVirus said:

Don't know if I am losing my mind or not, but I am not able to receive a text notification while on the phone. I am using Android Messages and can receive an audible notification along with vibration, but the minute I am on a call, all of that stops. I do continue to receive a notification in the notification bar.  Is anyone else having this issue? 

Isn't that intentional? It's so that while you're on the phone the the party doesn't hear a vibration or beep when you get a notification.

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