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After Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ TWS gets the ‘Auto Switching’ via Firmware update


Samsung Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds is getting a new firmware update. And as Tizenhelp reports, the update adds multiple features of the Galaxy Buds Pro TWS to the yesteryear Buds+.

Galaxy buds plus
Galaxy buds plus

The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is getting the update with firmware version R175XXU0AUB3. Weighing about 1.4MB in size, the update brings the following features to the Galaxy Buds+:


  • Auto Switching
  • Buds control menu is added to the Bluetooth setting
  • improved system stability and readability.

As you can see above, the star feature of the changelog is the ‘Auto Switching’. As the name suggests, this feature will enable intelligent switching across devices with respect to the scenarios.

However, do note that it works well only with Galaxy ecosystem products. The Galaxy Buds Pro had this feature at launch and it is appreciable that Samsung is bringing it to the older Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds. Also, the feature is said to currently support only the devices running One UI 3.1 version.

This is not the first earbuds that are getting a feature from the latest ones. Recently, Samsung has updated the Galaxy Buds Live

and its firmware version is R180XXU0AUB5 and weighs about 2MB.

Coming back, apart from the Auto Switching, the Galaxy Buds+ is also getting a Buds menu control on the Bluetooth settings. As a result of this, users can now control its options right from the settings menu and not wanting to peek at the Galaxy wearable app every time.


It’s also worth noting that the Galaxy Buds+ doesn’t get the hearing aid functionality that the Buds Live got along with the Auto Switching. To delve into these features, you will have to update the Galaxy Buds+ to the latest firmware mentioned above.




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