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Nope. Sprint model is in the same boat. Closing in on 3 months without a update.

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I just go with unlocked phones. Usually the time between software updates is better.

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Got my note 9 yesterday, I'm extremely impressed so far. Battery is outstanding so far.

Note 9 delivered, pictures and SCP shots later.... Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk

FINALLY the Sprint Note 9 gets Android 10 and VoLTE!!

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I would assume with unlocked phones it is better. But I'm curious. Is the update cycle better with T Mobile, or for that matter Verizon, At&t?

Verizon has had the best support. ATT and T-Mobile tied. For example Verizon, T-Mobile and ATT all pushed out the night mode update for the Note 9. V and ATT even pushed them for the S9 and S10. Sprint has only pushed for the S10 and the Note 9 and S9 still don’t have VoLTE.


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2 hours ago, Terrell352 said:


Verizon has had the best support. ATT and T-Mobile tied. For example Verizon, T-Mobile and ATT all pushed out the night mode update for the Note 9. V and ATT even pushed them for the S9 and S10. Sprint has only pushed for the S10 and the Note 9 and S9 still don’t have VoLTE.


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To be fair, this latest update added night mode for the Note 9.

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On 8/13/2019 at 7:31 AM, Rawvega said:

To be fair, this latest update added night mode for the Note 9.

Sure did! Going to have to test this thing tomorrow while I'm working at the airport.

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Speaking of airports, does anyone know the steps one has to take to use the Note 9 overseas, specifically in Spain. I thought it was something simple but I'm not too sure. The Sprint website is not consistent with the answers.

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5 hours ago, twospirits said:

Speaking of airports, does anyone know the steps one has to take to use the Note 9 overseas, specifically in Spain. I thought it was something simple but I'm not too sure. The Sprint website is not consistent with the answers.

I asked the international folks and this is what I had to do when I went on my cruise this summer.

For Samsung:

Make sure that you are connected to a working Wi-Fi connection.

          1. Go to Settings > System Update.
          2. Tap Update profile.
          3. Once it's done, tap Update PRL.

After the updates disconnect from Wi-Fi, we need to do the following steps:

          1. Go to Settings > Connections > Mobile Network > Data Roaming.
          2. Network mode & roaming network should be set to Automatic.
          3. Turn off everything under domestic roaming.
          4. Turn on everything under international roaming.

Just incase you didn't receive the welcome message. Here is the link and all you need to do is to manually put this on your browser.

http://intlroam.sprint.com

    1. Kindly Turn off your Wi-Fi
    2. Open your Cellular Data
    3. Put the link on your browser or click the link inside the welcome message
    4. Follow the steps if you want to purchase the $5/day or $25/week

https://www.sprint.com/en/support/solutions/international/tips-using-sprint-device-while-traveling-international.html?ECID=vanity:traveltips

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1 minute ago, Rawvega said:

Sans means without, so no it did not.

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Thanks for the quick response, I switched to verizon and been wanting to switch back due to cost savings and was really hoping to come back to volte 😓

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On 9/30/2019 at 8:33 AM, Rawvega said:
As we're about to enter October, the September security update is now available. No VoLTE, of course.

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Ofcourse not yet. Theres a schedule for when that's to be pushed out. I would say you wouldn't say that next month =p

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19 minutes ago, Rawvega said:

December security patch is out and still no VoLTE... 👎🏽 

 

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Rejoice!!

Did you see, Android 10 beta finally has Volte built in for even GS9 and it operates as expected!

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