Pixel Buds A-Series’ multi-pair broken after latest update
Pixel Buds A-Series Wrecked After Latest Update
It looks like the tech giant Google has outdone itself! They released a firmware update for their highly popular Pixel Buds A-Series yesterday — and it has brought a world of confusion and frustration for dedicated Pixel Buds users. Instead of making the Pixel Buds A-Series even better, the update has broken the multi-pair feature.
But What Is Multi-Pair Exactly?
Good question! Multi-pairing allows you to connect a single pair of Pixel Buds A-Series to two different devices at the same time. So, if you have one Pixel Buds paired with your laptop and another with your phone, you don’t have to switch back and forth between devices.
Living The Nightmare
For Pixel Buds users who had just enjoyed the convenience of multi-pairing, living the nightmare after the update is a bummer. It takes just a few seconds to update your Pixel Buds A-Series, but it’s taking users much longer to get the multi-pair feature back up and running.
What Can You Do?
If you’re experiencing the same issue, don’t worry! You’re not alone. Here’s a list of tips and tricks to get your multi-pairing working again:
- Unpair and Re-pair Your Pixel Buds — It’s always worth a shot to try a basic unpair and re-pair as it can help to reset the connection.
- Reinstall The App — If the basic unpair and re-pair don’t work, then try uninstalling and reinstalling the Google Pixel Buds app.
- Contact Google Support — If all else fails, you should reach out to the Google customer care team for further assistance.
It’s no surprise that dedicated Pixel Buds users are extremely frustrated about the update-induced multi-pair malfunction. But hey, don’t worry — it’s not the end of the world yet. With some tinkering around, you can get your multi-pair feature up and running in no time.
And the next time the tech giant releases a firmware update — make sure you read the update notes before you hit that install button!