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Samsung officially stops software support for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus



Samsung officially stops software support for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. 

If you’re the proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, we’ve got terrible news. Samsung will stop providing security updates and software support for the Galaxy S9 series starting this month. The March 2022 security update will be the final one.

The Galaxy S9 series was introduced in 2018 as Samsung’s newest and most advanced flagship. Unfortunately, Samsung has chosen to remove both devices from Samsung’s security update website as of 2022.

Last year, Samsung demoted the Galaxy S9 series to a quarterly update schedule. It indicates that the device has reached the end of its software support cycle. 

Nonetheless, four years of service is excellent, particularly for an Android smartphone.

Meanwhile, Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy S9 series is also nearing the end of its software support. 

This year, Samsung has lowered the Galaxy S10 series from monthly to quarterly updates, indicating that the series will not receive software upgrades next year.

Do you possess a Galaxy S9 series device, or have you previously owned one? What are your thoughts on Samsung’s move?

Please share your ideas and experiences in the comments section below. Also, as usual, keep an eye on TechNave for more breaking tech news like this!

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