Samsung Galaxy S9 Prevent Android Update - Tip

The Samsung Galaxy S9 receives from time to time Android firmware updates, which make new functions available on your smartphone, but sometimes also remove old functions.

This can be very annoying, especially if it's a function that you often use. If you decide not to install such Android updates automatically anymore, you will want to know for sure where you can deactivate the Android firmware updates on the Samsung Galaxy S9. We would like to explain this in more detail in this article:

Samsung Galaxy S9

1. Start from the Homescreen and open the settings

2. Navigate to "Software Update" and select the entry

3. Now deactivate the "Automatic Updates" option

You now know how to deactivate the automatic firmware updates on the Samsung Galaxy S9.

This way you should no longer run the risk of installing a firmware update from Android on your Samsung Galaxy S9 without explicitly downloading it.


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Even with Software update switched to Manual, that update notification is annoying and no way to disable that. And if you accidentally touch the area after dragging down the notifications at the top because of fat fingers... :-(

 
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There is no option to deactivate automatic firmware updates on the Galaxy S9. There is no "automatic update" option. I'm getting beyond frustrated bc I dont want to update my phone, but that also means I cant use Wi-Fi .......

 
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Have developer mode, still no option to turn off updates. Great article though! (Eye-roll)

 
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Yeah, developer mode is on. Still don't have option to stop auto system updates. Just the option to check and download updates.

 
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I don't have an option to deactivate update. It only says "check for updates" someone help!

 
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You will need to unlock developer mode on your phone. Google it and you'll find it.

 
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