Google released the new ones a few weeks ago. Pixel Buds Pro launched, which expand the portfolio of smart headphones to the lower premium range. An update is available as soon as you turn it on for the first time, and now Google is adding a firmware update for the first time, rolling out to all Neo owners in the coming days. The update process will start automatically if you are not using the buttons.
the Pixel Buds Pro They’ve only been out for a few weeks and are already getting their second major update. The first was the so-called “day one” and now follows the first firmware update. This brings the firmware to version 2.14, which likely contributes to stability and possibly better compatibility as well. Google officially announced the launch a few days ago, but did not provide information on possible improvements or innovations.
The update is implemented automatically, but you can also adjust it through the settings in “Additional settings” by touching the firmware. It is first downloaded to the smartphone and then transferred to the headset and case, where it is automatically distributed to the components.
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