Install the Galaxy Note 9 Apps on any Samsung Smartphone and devices

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will arrive on the market from August 24, 2018 with the price of approx $1000 but there are those who have already managed to port applications in the software of Note 9 and readjust to work on other Samsung devices.

On the XDA forum, the usual user AlexisXDA has already published an archive in ZIP format that includes all the new applications on the Galaxy Note 9 by making a first port on other Samsung devices.

In fact, the Korean manufacturer has updated many of its basic applications, making them exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9, such as the suite for the S-PEN, the browser, the calendar, the app for edge management, Smart Manager and more.

Porting Note 9 apps: List of apps available for other Samsung

Here are the functional applications that can be installed on other Samsung devices with at least Android 8 Oreo:

  • Notes and PENUP App
  • Live Drawing
  • Bixby Home and Vision
  • Keyboard
  • Clock
  • Calendar
  • Messaging
  • TouchWiz Home
  • Edge Lightning
  • Task Edge
  • People Edge
  • S Finder
  • Smart Manager
  • Gallery
  • Photo Editor
  • Weather
  • Always ON Display
  • Fonts and emoji’s

There are 18 applications running on other Samsung devices including the new Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and also the Galaxy Note 8, and the download of the ZIP file is well 500MB.

The other apps not included, including the camera, still do not work and therefore have not been published.

How to install Note 9 apps on other Samsung

To install the Note 9 apps on other Samsung devices, which have Android 8 Oreo and with ROOT enabled, you need to download the app ZIP fileCLICK HERE, then uninstall the installed versions of the Samsung browser and calculator.

Then you have to turn off the smartphone, access in recovery mode and flash the previously downloaded zip file that will install the Galaxy Note 9 apps.

CLICK HERE instead you will access the official thread on XDA where you can find all the updated info and APK files of the Galaxy Note 9 apps.

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