Following the initial launch and more extensive international availability with the Pixel 5a, Google is carrying out the main update for Pixel Buds A-Series to fix a few bugs.
Out of the crate in the US and Canada, Pixel Buds A-Series ran firmware version 3.150.0. Google today reported version 233 to address the following:
The update contains general bug fixes and stability improvements, including a fix for low maximum volume in certain cases.
With this release, Google is moving to a versioning system that is nearer to the second gen Pixel Buds. It’s currently “slowly” being carried out and will finish “over the next 10 days.” Everyone are not yet seeing the new firmware on our Pixel Buds A-Series.
In the mean time, Google shared today that the Pixel Buds A-Series supports “manual updates” to trigger a download and install “without waiting for it to be done automatically.” Everyone have been tracking this feature, however it possibly works if the update has been broadly carried out.
- Spot your earbuds safely into their open case.
- On a Pixel phone with Android 10+: Go to Settings and then Connected devices and afterward Pixel Bud’s settings. On other Android devices: Open the Google Pixel Buds application.
- Scroll down and select More settings and then Firmware update.
- Tap Update available.
- Adhere to the on screen instructions. This will require around 15 minutes.
This follows the launch in Australia, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and India, while Google began selling it as a package bundle with the Pixel 5a. With the US and Canada launch in June, Google presently offers the Assistant headphones in 13 nations.
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