Jan 31/2023: After updating the Pixel Buds A-Series with the latest version 3.519.0 some users facing some issues. A user on Google Issue Tracker said ‘we are no longer able to put them into pairing modem to pair with multiple devices. Pressing the button on the back of the case does nothing until you’ve been holding it down for 20 seconds which factory resets the buds.’
Jan 30/2023: Google recently provided factory images of Android 13 based January 2023 security patch for Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro and other Pixel devices. Now Google has rolled out the latest update for its Pixel Buds A series which will bring in general bug fixes and improvements.
Google hasn’t rolled out any major updates this time, just provided a minor system improvement update. Talking about this update, Google has rolled out the latest firmware update with version 3.519.0.
Pixel Buds A-Series will automatically update as soon as the firmware is available when they are in the charging case so the device will detect the update and this process can take up to 10 minutes.
Note: Google Officials – As well, Pixel Buds A-Series are now available to purchase in Charcoal, and the new color has also been added to the Pixel Buds app. If your Pixel Buds A-Series do not update automatically for some reason, you can also update it manually-
Manual updates (Pixel Buds A-Series only)
You can trigger an update without waiting for it to be done automatically.
- Place your earbuds securely into their open case.
- On a Pixel phone with Android 10+: Go to Settings Connected devices Pixel Bud’s settings .
On other Android devices: Open the Google Pixel Buds app .
- Scroll down and select More settings Firmware update.
- Tap Update available.
- Follow the on-screen instructions. This will take about 15 minutes.