Google has announced a feature drop for its Pixel Buds A-Series. The new features include improved bass and treble, and device switching. Google Pixel Buds A-Series is also set to receive general bug fixes and stability improvements.
Users will receive the new feature through firmware update version 282. To access the features you will need to grant the “Nearby devices” permission. Open the Pixel Buds app and follow the prompts to grant this permission Select “Allow” when asked “Allow Pixel Buds to find, connect to, and determine the relative position of nearby devices.
Here are the new features the earbuds will feature according to Google:
- Customize your bass: With any Android 6.0+ device, you can open the Pixel Buds app and use the slider to adjust the bass from -1 to +4, giving you twice the bass range you have now. You can quickly adjust to increase the bass level by 4 levels with options of multiple magnitudes, or decrease the bass level compared to the current default setting.
- Loudness compensation: Improve bass and treble at lower volume levels with a toggle on or off in the Sound Settings.
- Improved device switching: Pixel Buds A-Series will search and connect to the second to last connected device when undocked from the charging case if the last connected host device is unavailable.
The tech giant informed that the update will be rolling out over the coming days.
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