Samsung Galaxy Buds+ receive the first firmware update

Galaxy Buds+

Early this month, Samsung took the wraps off its 2020 flagship series in the form of Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. Besides the new smartphones, the company also revealed its newest Truly Wireless Earbuds dubbed Galaxy Buds+. As the name suggests, they’re an upgraded version over the first Buds. The company even offered free Galaxy Buds+ to customers pre-ordering the S20 smartphones.

The new hearables are yet to complete one month of existence, however, the first firmware update is coming for them. The update in question bears R175XXUOATB5 serial and aims to fix a background white noise issue and improve overall stability. Worth noting that the update is rolling out now in South Korea and Germany. It’s a pretty small update with just 1.2MB, you probably won’t notice the download.

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Galaxy Buds+

Other improvements include a fix for the delay in pairing and disconnecting problems. These issues were reported by the early adopters of the TWS earphones. Samsung expects to roll out the update in more regions during the coming days. Worth noting that to install this update you’ll need to check the Galaxy Wearable app on your paired smartphone. It’s a small update and will not take more than a few minutes to install all the necessary tweaks.

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