Xiaomi Mi Air 2s TWS earphones issue preventing charging is now fixed


Xiaomi Air 2s

The market for true-wireless earphones is finally reaching impressive numbers in terms of popularity. After years, being considered niche devices, the TWS earphones are finally becoming cheap enough to attract more customers. The product class sits under the wearable segment, which has been one of the few segments in the tech market that bypassed the COVID-19 pandemic economic crisis. We expect more companies to join this segment, while popular names will try to establish their presence. Xiaomi is a solid player in the market of TWS devices having both premium offerings under the Miseries and affordable devices under the Redmi brand. The company released the Xiaomi Air 2s true wireless Bluetooth headset in April this year, but the device has been suffering from a weird charging issue.

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According to some users, under certain probabilities, the device may present charging failure when the remaining power is 10%. This was preventing some users from charging their TWS Earbuds. Well, that’s is an issue that basically unutilizes the earbuds. Now, Xiaomi has pushed version 2.1.5.2 firmware that optimizes the charging system and hopefully addresses this issue once and for all. The company previously optimized the pop-window problem, as well as sound stuttering presented by the earphones. Moreover, the overall sound quality was improved as well as the behavior of the accidental touch feature. The reminder lights and LDHC also got improvements as well as other issues related to stability.

The devices can be updated through smartphones and the firmware is quite lightweight. We’ll wait for more feedback to know if this issue is in fact fixed. If Xiaomi managed to fix the charging issue it will already make a lot of users happy. Or at least, reduce their rage after months of waiting.

Xiaomi Air 2s specifications

The Xiaomi Air 2s came as an improvement over the previous generation reducing latency and improving the battery life of these products. The earbuds also support wireless charging and simultaneous binaural transmission. The company adopted a semi in-ear wearing structure. Each earbud weighs 4.5 grams and comes with Bluetooth 5.0 support. Xiaomi equipped the TWS with a dual-core chip and adopted a binaural synchronous transmission tech to transmit sound signals to the left and right earphones at the same time. This system reduces the sound delay.
The device currently retails for CNY 399 in China which is just around $60.
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