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In other news, many users of Samsung Galaxy Buds reported connectivity issue after receiving the latest update. According to a report by SamMobile, several users posted on social media and Samsung’s official forum about the connectivity issues after the update. These included irresponsive gesture controls, unstable ambient sound mode. While some users reported inconsistency in sound output as well. Some users even reported about the complete failure of the left earbud after the update.
The entire problem is a part of the recently released firmware build R170XXU0ATD2 for Galaxy Buds with which Samsung was planning to bring some latest and greatest Buds+ feature to old devices. For those unaware, Samsung rolled out the update earlier this week that brings features like Microsoft Swift pairing, improved ambient sound mode and ability to resume the playback from the popular music apps.