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Samsung’s bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Stay are getting some neat methods with the newest replace

Samsung made a splash last year when it launched the bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live earbuds. They focused more on the comfort aspect and had an impressive tool up their sleeve – active noise cancellation – at a rather modest price of $ 169. Now the company is adding some useful tricks to its arsenal with a new software update.

Galaxy Buds Live now allows you to adjust the sound of the left and right earbuds

The Galaxy Buds Live update was discovered by a Reddit user (u / apopheniac01) and has the build number R180XXU0AUB5. According to Samsung’s official update protocol, the rollout started on February 23. Another report from SamMobile mentions that the rollout is currently limited to the US market, but users in other regions will receive them in the coming days as well.

The update brings some features of the new Galaxy Buds Pro to the bean-shaped earbuds. The first is a hearing aid that Allows users to adjust the sound balance for each earbud to their liking. This is useful for users who have hearing loss in both ears.

The automatic switching of the audio stream between two devices is finally here

The second new feature that finds its way to the Galaxy Buds Live is automatic switching. As the name indicates, This allows you to switch the audio stream between two paired devices. For example, if you’re watching a movie while connected to a tablet and receive a call on your phone, the audio will automatically switch to your phone for you to attend. Once the call ends, media playback on the tablet will resume.

Additionally, the update provides the ability to adjust some of the connectivity settings in the phone’s Bluetooth Settings section instead of opening up the Companion app and digging deeper into the phone. Again, there are some improvements in system stability and reliability.

Want to get to know Samsung’s fancy noise-canceling earbuds? Check out Pocketnow’s review in the video below:

Nadeem Sarwar

I’ve been writing about consumer technology for over three years, having worked with names like NDTV and Beebom in the past. Aside from the latest news, I’ve checked out my fair share of devices that range from smartphones and laptops to smart home devices. I’ve also interviewed tech managers and appeared as a moderator on YouTube videos talking about the latest and greatest gadgets.

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