Samsung is sticking religiously to its Android Pie roadmap. Slowly and gradually Galaxy J4 devices all over the globe are embracing the Pie update. Speaking of which, now it’s the turn of the Galaxy J4 in the South American region with SM-J400M variants to enjoy the tasty Pie system upgrade. The new Android 9.0 Pie for South American Galaxy J4 is rolling out with build number J400MUBU3BSDD. Along with the new system upgrade, the software also packs April 2019 security patch.
The update is rolling over the air for users in South American region such as Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Columbia, Chile, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Bolivia, and more other regions. .
With the upgrade to Android Pie, Samsung introduces the One UI user interface. Speaking of Android Pie the users will now see new features such as new settings UI, all-new gesture navigation, new power menu and revamped volume slider on the home screen. Now there is a dedicated screenshot button for the device. Also, users will see other features like enhanced Auto-fill API, new notification panel etc.
Latest Android 9.0 Pie update J400MUBU3BSDD update is rolling as an over-the-air(OTA) update. So, technically your Galaxy J4 should notify you of the update as it shows up on your device. Then all you have to do is simply download and install the new software. It may happen that while you keep waiting for the airborne system update, but it delays too much to show up. Then to fix that, you can search for the new OTA update J400MUBU3BSDD on your own. It’s quite simple. Go to your phone Settings > System Update > tap on Check for Latest Updates.
If the J400MUBU3BSDD update shows up, then download and install it by following the instructions you see on your display. As it is system upgrade, it will weigh in around gigabytes. So, we suggest you find and connect to a stable Wi-Fi network and download the update swiftly. This will also save you from being charged for data by your tele-carrier. Also, make sure to juice up your device over 50% before installing the update. This will help to avoid any power related interruptions while you carry on with the OTA download and install.
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J400MUBU3BSDD: Firmware Details:
- Device Name: Samsung Galaxy J4
- Model: SM-J400M
- Region: South American
- Baseband Version: J400MUBU3BSDD
- Security Patch Level: 01.04.2019
- Software Supported: ODIN Tool
- Android OS: 9.0 Pie
Supported: Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Columbia, Chile, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Bolivia, and more other regions.
Steps to Install The Software Manually on Galaxy J4 [South America]
However, if you want an instant upgrade to Android Pie, there is another alternate method to do so. All you have to do is download the J400MUBU3BSDD firmware and install it manually using a Samsung exclusive flash tool. After that, you can install it using the Odin tool which is the flash tool we mentioned earlier. With Odin, you can install the latest Android Pie based firmware to complete stock on your Galaxy J4. You must keep in mind that the particular firmware we have linked here is for the South American region based devices. So, you cannot use it on other Galaxy J4 phones.
Download Firmware, Odin Tool, and Drivers:
- This ROM is supported for Galaxy J4 [SM-J400M]
- Download the required firmware and drivers.
- Your device must have a 50% – 70% Battery.
- You need a PC or Laptop to install this firmware.
- Take a Full Backup on your phone before Installing any new firmware. So make sure you have data’s in case if something wrong.
- You need to Enter Samsung Download Mode.
Disclaimer: We are at GetDroidTips will not be responsible for any bricking/damage to your phone while/after installing this ROM.
As mentioned above you need to have the ODIN tool, latest firmware, and the required device. Below we have put up the tutorial that you can follow and manually flash the latest Android Pie firmware on Galaxy J4 (SM-J400M).
So, guys..! finally Android Pie update for Galaxy J4 is making its entry in South American region with the J400MUBU3BSDD software. Either wait for the OTA to roll in on its own or flash the firmware manually. Install and enjoy the goodies new Pie OS brings.