Additionally, Samsung’s apps for the Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds 2, and Buds Live frequently crash.

We wrote last week about a Galaxy Wearable app issue that affected owners of Galaxy Watch 4 devices and caused the app to fail repeatedly. However, in addition to that device, Samsung’s earbuds are now experiencing crashing issues, with a notification stating that the Galaxy Buds manager continues crashing or is not responding.

You might be experiencing this message if you own any of Samsung’s newest earbuds, including the Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Buds 2, or Galaxy Buds Live. We’ve been experiencing constant crashes on a Galaxy Z Fold 3 with Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Buds 2 connected, and it appears that we’re not the only ones.

This issue has received attention in a number of forum discussions and Reddit posts over the past week or so. The app that allows your phone and earbuds to connect in any situation crashes virtually often. The issue mostly affects Samsung devices and often seems to happen at random, although it also happens frequently.

Those impacted claim that removing the app and installing it again seems to be helpful. This is the right course of action, coupled with giving the Nearby Devices permission, in response to an Samsung moderator said that . Version 4.1.22051251 is required for the Galaxy Buds Pro and Buds Live.

Of fact, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 plugin experienced the same same problem over the same time period, indicating that the two problems are somehow connected. Given that Samsung has recently released plugin updates for the Galaxy Watch 4 and a few other smartwatches, it is reasonable to anticipate that Samsung’s earphones will follow suit.

Please leave a comment if you are experiencing the same problem.
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