An update for your new Pixel Buds Pro should be available right away.

This week, Google Pixel Buds Pro will finally be available for purchase. Many customers have already gotten their Pixel Buds Pros; if so, you should be aware that they typically come with a day-one update.

The firmware version, v73, that comes with Pixel Buds Pro is outdated. The majority of customers ought to notice a firmware update on day one, specifically a 120 release 2.12 signed update for each individual earbud and the charging case.

As far as we can tell, the purpose of this update is to simply restore the Pixel Buds Pro to their pre-advertised state. If you are able to utilize v73, you might note that Volume EQ is not there and that the Pixel Buds app’s ANC settings have a slightly different layout. We only utilized the Buds for a little period on version 73 before version 120 was loaded automatically, so it’s difficult to determine for sure if there have been any minor adjustments made to auditory performance.

When ANC is enabled or the volume levels are changed, the Pixel Buds Pro’s Volume EQ feature can be used to alter the various audio delivery characteristics to sound more accurate. This toggle-activated function should not be confused with the five-step EQ that will be available later this year.

Regardless of the real differences between versions 73 and 120, in order for your Pixel Buds Pro to work as intended, you must install this day-one upgrade. Although the update technically needs to be installed as part of the initial setup procedure, it is simple to skip if you’re eager to test out the earbuds, as I was.

If you recently purchased Pixel Buds Pro, it’s likely that the update will take place automatically or that you will receive a notification. If not, you can manually install the update by selecting Firmware update under Pixel Buds Pro settings > More settings.

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