A month after launch, Google launched the primary replace for Google Pixel Buds 2, adopted shortly by one other and promising extra for the approaching months.
Prior to now few hours, the Google staff has defined intimately how firmware updates work on the corporate’s true wi-fi headphones.
How the Google Pixel Buds replace system works
When pairing Google Pixel Buds 2 with a Pixel cellphone (with Android 10 or later) or a tool with Android 6.0 (or later) by the Pixel Bud app, computerized updates are enabled by default.
That is how the system works:
- when an replace is out there, it will likely be transferred to the earphones the subsequent time it’s used (this takes about 10 minutes and you may proceed to make use of headphones throughout this time)
- the replace is then put in the subsequent time the earphones are positioned again within the charging case (it’s going to take about 10 minutes)
- updates will solely be put in if the earbuds and charging case are sufficiently charged
- the replace might take a number of makes an attempt to finish (for instance, eradicating the earbuds from the charging case throughout set up might droop the replace; if a part of the method is interrupted, it’s going to resume on the subsequent alternative)
Easier than anticipated, do not you suppose?