Get ready to update the Google Pixel Buds A headphones, three new features are rolled out

Without a doubt, the Google Pixel Buds A headphones are among the most interesting models among those currently available for those looking for true wireless headphones to pair with their smartphone to enjoy a “hands-free experience”.

In the past few hours, with a post published on the site dedicated to supporting, the team of developers of the Mountain View giant announced that it is preparing to launch the release of an update for these headphones that over the months are becoming more and more popular.

Important news is coming for the Google Pixel Buds A

In particular, there is three news that the Google developer team has anticipated:

  • The ability to customize the bass level (from -1 to +4) through the official application with any device based on Android 6.0 (or a later version)
  • A dedicated setting designed to allow users to enhance the bass and treble at lower volume levels
  • An improvement in switching from one device to another thanks to a function whereby the headphones will search and connect to the penultimate connected device when disconnected from the charging case if the last connected device is not available

These new features will be implemented with the firmware update version 282 and require the granting of the Nearby devices permission (to grant it you need to open the Pixel Buds app and select Allow when asked Allow Pixel Buds to find, connect and determine the relative position of nearby devices?).

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The update in question, whose release is scheduled in the next few days, will also bring with it improvements to the general experience offered by the Google Pixel Buds A headphones and the resolution of some bugs encountered by users with previous firmware versions.

How to update Google headphones

Once the update is actually available, it can be downloaded and installed by starting the Google Pixel Buds application on the Android smartphone (you can find it on the Play Store), going to the settings and selecting firmware updates. Those who own a Google Pixel smartphone with Android 10 (or later) can go to the Settings menu, enter the section dedicated to connected devices and search for headphones.

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