Google Releasing Firmware Update for Pixel Buds A-Series

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Google is updating its Pixel Buds A-Series wireless headphones, adding a bass slider, a loudness compensation setting for improved bass and treble response at low volumes, and connectivity enhancement. It’s good to see Google offering new functionality through software updates, especially since the buds are only $99. You can get them for free if you preordered a Pixel 6 or 6 Pro.

The Pixel Buds will get more control over the bass response, as we learned earlier today. The buds previously offered a “bass boost” option. However, now you’ll be able to adjust the bass with a four-step slider and even turn it down if you like.

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If the Pixel Buds A-Series can’t connect to the previous device you used them with, Google claims they’ll try to connect to the device you used them with before that. For instance, if you had the buds linked to your phone before using them with your computer; they could automatically connect to your phone when you take them out of the case.

The update, version 282, should roll out in the next few days. It will install automatically if you have a Pixel running Android 10 or higher. Moreover, it will also install automatically if you have the Pixel Buds app loaded on any phone running Android 6 or higher. If you don’t want to wait for automatic updates, Google also has instructions on how to check for updates manually.

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