Samsung has started rolling out Android 14 updates for its Galaxy devices, with the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ being one of the last tablets to receive the software upgrade in 2023. While the rollouts will continue into 2024, it’s unlikely that new devices will see the update in the last few days of the year, although not entirely impossible. For those who own Galaxy devices that haven’t received the update yet, Samsung is expected to release those in 2024.
The update is now available in several countries, including Australia and Turkey. According to a screenshot posted on Reddit, the update weighs in at 2GB and includes the November 2023 security patch. This is the One UI 6.0 version of the update, so expect a revamped quick settings panel that should offer easier access to the features that are used most. Also, the update introduces an enhanced Home screen and widgets, a fresh design for emojis, along with a bucketload of other improvements.
Those living in Australia and Turkey can now check for the update by heading to Settings / Software update / Download and install. The firmware version you should be looking for is either X610XXU1BWK9 or X610OJM1BWKA.