Samsung’s new truly wireless earphones, the Galaxy Buds are receiving their first update as we speak.
The update looks to be solving the major problem with the Samsung Buds: inability to pair Buds via Bluetooth to your car, phone, or any other Bluetooth accessory.
As we observed in our Galaxy Buds problems round-up, this is one massive bug that is frustrating a hell lot of people. But there’s more to the changelog.
The update, arriving as software version R170XXU0ACS4, or ACS4 in short, also fixes issues like incorrect battery level indicator and Ambient sound display error.
How to get Galaxy Buds update
To get the update, launch the Galaxy Wearable app on your device now. A pop-up will appear if an update is available for your Galaxy Buds earphones already.
To check for an update manually, tap on About earbuds, then Update earbuds software, and then finally, tap on the Download and install button. The system will check for an update for the Galaxy Buds and let you if it’s available.
In case the update is not available, try against after some time as the rollout takes place gradually, and this doesn’t reach all the device at once.