Google Pixel Buds received another major update

Google is finalizing its Pixel Buds TWS headphones with a software update

We have already written that the Corporation of Goodness does not leave its TWS-headphones to their fate. It seems that one update was not enough to solve all the big problems, so the company released the next version of the firmware.

Some users have received complaints about a brief cut-off when listening to music. The search giant has admitted that a mute issue occurs every 1 minute 50 seconds. A Google employee posted information on the issue on the Google Pixel Buds support page and announced the availability of the v552 firmware update.


Pixel Buds Community Manager has provided a link where you can learn how to update the firmware. The update is on the Help Center page. The recent Pixel Buds update also brought deeper bass tweaks, automatic sound damping in dangerous situations and other new features.

Pixel Buds were released in the US at the end of April this year. These are flagship headphones with many additional options. Later, the headphones began to be sold in other countries and in new colors.

We remind you that the problem with mute is not the first. From the start of sales, users noticed problems with hissing, which were then fixed. A few months ago Google also worked on fixing Bluetooth connectivity issues.