Samsung Galaxy update problems just never seem to stop anymore. After the controversy over the signal loss in Galaxy S10+, its user base seems to be displeased with the latest update of it newly launched One UI.

Samsung has already received quite a response after its latest and greatest Android phone Galaxy S10+ had some signal strength issues. The phone would lose signal for quite some time on Sprint and other carriers and reports suggest that that issue can be a global phenomenon.

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However new reports suggest that fans are not happy over the latest One UI Samsung Galaxy update for the Galaxy S8, S9 and Note 9.

Samsung Galaxy update One UI Update and Issues

Samsung latest revamped One UI was ought to bring some new and cool features including performance enhancement to the phones. One UI also features system-wide dark mode, Samsung has done a lot of work to improve one hand support on the bigger phones in the latest Galaxy update.

One user posted on the Samsung community pages that the first version of Samsung Galaxy Android 9 One UI update has some serious stability and performance bugs and issues. He warned other users not install the ROM as the phone is getting seriously unusable and battery life gets worse after the update.

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He further wrote that this Samsung Galaxy update has ruined his Note 9 and phone have become glitchy and unusable.

Samsung Galaxy Android update

Users have reported more issues like lags, freezing of some system and third-party apps, installation error and drop in voice quality. Samsung has yet to officially acknowledge the issue.

How to Fix the Issues

Some users have reported in the forum posts that turning off McCafe antivirus application has stopped the battery drain and standby time increased from 13 hours to 22 hours.

Another user stated that after installing the Samsung Galaxy update, factory resetting helped him fix the battery drain.

Even though Samsung is known for rolling out patches as soon the issues is found but weeks have passed and there is no fix in sight.