Samsung is now releasing a new software update for its Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds. The latest firmware has brought an essential function on the earbuds, which is present on the previous Galaxy Buds. It has brought back the ‘Double Tap the Edge of the Earbuds’ function on the Buds Pro. This feature is available on the Galaxy Buds+, but Samsung removed it from the Buds Pro. It has been said that the shape of the new earbuds is different than the Buds+, which was difficult to operate. Though, now Samsung has brought it back to life.
This is different than the double-tap in the Touch Control section. This feature is available in the Lab section, where you can activate or deactivate it. When you enable it, then with the double tap on the edge you can increase or decrease the volume. To increase the volume double tap on the right bud, and to decrease the volume double tap on the left bud. Further, the firmware has improved the Active Noise Cancelling feature for better result. With the addition of touch & hold or long-press on the touch area, users can now toggle between ANC & Ambient.
Finally, the company has fixed minor issues to enhance the user experience. The latest software version is available in South Korea that soon will be released in other countries. You can identify a new firmware version with the number R190XXU0AUD5, and it is 2.23MB in size. To install the new version, first, you have to update Galaxy Buds Pro Plugin to 2.0.21042351