Samsung released the Galaxy S10 series a month ago, and they’ve probably stolen all the attention in the smartphone industry, especially during this year’s MWC. However, the South Korean firm also released a pair of wireless earphones – The Galaxy Buds, that promises to be the company’s best offering for the growing market of wire-free earphones.
The Galaxy Buds are still fresh in the market, but Samsung is already providing a new update for the smart earphones. The new software version is being deployed through OTA and it’s fairly small with just 1.32MB. The small update addresses an important issue related to the wrong battery level being reported to the users.
Owners of the wireless earphones can get the new update through the Galaxy Wearable app, and according to the changelog, the Galaxy Buds will report the correct battery percentage after the update patch. Furthermore, the new software release will bring improvements to the overall stability of the earbuds Bluetooth connection. It also provides a fix for the small issue with the ambient sound menu.
Users will receive this update gradually, but if it still doesn’t show, they’ll be able to force the update via the Galaxy Wearable app.