Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Receives Its First Update

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Receives Its First Update

Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung‘s new fully wireless in-ear headset, received its first software update. The update focuses on improving device performance overall, while providing a better user experience.

South Korean technology giant Samsung has released a new software update for Galaxy Buds Pro; the new generation in-ear wireless headset model announced with the Galaxy S21 family at the launch event last week.

The software update coded R190XXU0AUA1, which has a file size of only 2.2 MB, focuses on improving the performance of Galaxy Buds Pro in general; and offers an important feature to users.

Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung's new fully wireless in-ear headset, received its first software update. The update focuses on improving...

With the latest update, it is possible to adjust the sound balance of Galaxy Buds Pro separately as left-right. In this way; users who have hearing impairment in one ear can get a more balanced sound experience from Galaxy Buds Pro.

With the update, the responses of Bixby‘s voice control feature have also improved. However, it is difficult to predict how much this improvement will be noticed by users or how many users will actively use Bixby.

On top of that, the update also includes the Android security patches for January 2021. The update measures 1015.31MB in size, and it has the build numbers G998BXXU1AUA4/G99BOXM1AUA4/G998BXXU1AUA4. According to a recent tweet from SamsungRydah, the Galaxy Buds Pro has also received an update, which brings a hearing enhancement feature, improved Bixby voice wake-up response, and stability/reliability improvements.