New Galaxy Buds Update Brings Buds+ Features

Samsung always releases some exclusive features to its newly launched devices. Either it is Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Flip, or Galaxy Buds+, all the devices received some never seen before functions on Galaxy devices. And later, after a few weeks pass, Samsung brings those features to the older models. The firmware fully loaded with features of Galaxy S20 recently came to the Galaxy S10 & Note 10 series. Now the company is doing the same with Galaxy Buds. The latest software update is now bringing exclusive functions of Galaxy Buds+ to the previous Galaxy Buds.

The firmware version R170XXU0ATD2 is now rolling out for Galaxy Buds that download 1.39MB in size. After the update, users can pair their Buds with the laptops more efficiently, thanks to Microsoft’s Swift pair. The PC running on Windows 10, version 1803, will automatically detect your Buds. With the Siwft Pair option, you can connect multiple earbuds at once. The Buds now allow you to experience Ambient Sound automatically. By simply putting your Buds on, you can hear surrounding sounds.

Galaxy Buds Update

Ambient Sound can also work when using only one earbud while watching movies or listening to music. Finally, Galaxy Buds users can play the music without touching their phones, makes them true wireless earbuds. Users can play Spotify music that offers you personalized songs in a single press. For it, just Tap & Hold to launch the Spotify and play the music and also from where you have left. The update is now rolling out globally, and soon you will see it in your Galaxy Wearable app.

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  1. I did update my Galaxy Buds, but none of the features are working. Don’t see a Spotify option in the touch pad section, ambient sound does not work (stays gray all the time but can be enabled with a long press on ear buds)

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