Samsung introduced the new Galaxy Buds2 on August 11th – the company big day. The company released its long-awaited Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. There were more devices in the line (including the Galaxy Buds2).
Interestingly, the new earbuds have not reached the masses, and it is getting its first software update. With these updates, the company has tried to omit some minor bugs and improve its stability.
There is a future on these earbuds that allows you to controls the earbuds by double table the edge of the buds. This feature is not new. Samsung first introduced them in the Galaxy Buds+.
The update also features Ambient Sound during calls that you can customize and set active noise cancelation.
This update to the Galaxy Buds2 some with firmware version R177XXU0AUH2 and is a 2.97MB downloadable file. The update is currently limited to the company’s homeland – South Korea.
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