Samsung Galaxy Buds+ bags new update with system stability & reliability improvements

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ truly wireless earphones are among the finest headsets available in the market. Also, the tech giant seems to be improving the quality of the Galaxy Buds+ by providing software updates.

It was reported back in June that the OEM improved the ambient sound performance of the Galaxy Buds+ with the update version R175XXU0ATE3. Now, it seems that another update is bringing more improvements to the wireless earbuds.

Samsung is rolling out a new update for the Galaxy Buds+ which improves system stability and reliability. Many users have already shared this information on online portals like Reddit. However, the OEM has not yet provided any information on the update.

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It must be noted that the update weighs a mere 1.38MB in size but it appears that a new feature might have arrived along with it. A Reddit user has suggested that the new update version R175XXU0ATH7 adds the Seamless earbud connection support.

With this support, it will become easier for users to quickly connect their earbuds to nearby devices on the same Samsung account even if they have never paired with the Galaxy Buds+ before. Also, other devices can also be connected if they have been paired with the earbuds before.


Also, some users stated that the quality of ambient sound has further improved after this update. However, it is unclear whether Seamless earbud connection and ambient sound improvement is actually a part of the update or not as the changelog does not mention anything about it.


Nevertheless, feel free to drop a comment below to let us know if the Seamless earbud connection became available for you after the update or if it was there before. Also, since the ambient sound improvement cannot be verified, feel free to throw in your views on that too.

Meanwhile, you can check out our Samsung One UI 2.5 update tracker to know when it arrives on your Galaxy device. Moreover, the OEM is also getting ready for the Android 11 (One UI 3.0) update so head over here to know more about it.

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