Pixel Buds update includes a convenient widget for speedy access to settings

Pixel Buds update includes a convenient widget for speedy access to settings

Google’s Pixel Buds are cool, regardless of whether they’re not the most perfect on the lookout or the most feature-rich. The second-gen Pixel Buds made them completely wireless, and the Pixel Buds A-Series made them moderate. This load of models incorporate incredibly with Google’s applications and benefits and bring the Google Assistant nearer to your ear. On the off chance that you ever need to rapidly change settings on your Pixel Buds, presently the menu for doing as such is simpler to access than at any other time.

In the latest update to the Pixel Buds application, version 1.0.3909, Google has added a convenient widget you can use to rapidly access the settings on your Pixel Buds (through 9to5Google). To discover the widget, you simply need to update the app, go into your phone’s Widgets panel, and search for “Pixel Buds.” From there, place it on your home screen, tap on your Buds, and you’re all set.

Already, the best approach to get to your Pixel Buds’ settings fluctuated from one device to another. In the event that you had a non-Pixel Android phone and you were utilizing the Pixel Buds application, tapping on the application was sufficient to get to your settings, since the application went about as a partner application. On Pixels, however, it’s unique — these elements are coordinated into widget Settings, so clients would have to go to the Settings application, tap on Connected widgets, then, at that point tap the gear icon close to the Pixel Buds. We obviously see why Pixel clients would need this widget — the current process can be more irritating than valuable.

Tapping the widget will get you straightforwardly to the settings for your Pixel Buds, where you would then be able to check firmware updates, adjust gestures, tweak Assistant settings, and more. You can get the update from the Google Play Store now.

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