Google claims that the distribution of firmware version 2.12 for Pixel Buds Pro is complete.

The Pixel Buds Pro ship with an outdated firmware version, but Google claims that the day one update has finally finished rolling out and should be accessible if you didn’t first see it.

With firmware version 73 out of the box, the Pixel Buds Pro are ready to use. Google began distributing 120 release 2.12 signed with Volume EQ and other changes on launch day.

Firmware release 2.12, which is the name of the update from the company today says , has finished rolling out and will be accessible to all customers in the upcoming days.

To get the most recent software upgrades, we recommend updating your Pixel Buds app.

Anyone may now manually fetch the update and begin the installation process, supposing the update was sent in steps like Pixel Buds firmware usually does. Choose More settings > Firmware update from the main Pixel Buds preference list.

The final sentence of Google’s release probably alludes to background or automatic installations that take place over the next several days for all users without their involvement.

Pixel Buds Pro firmware

Meanwhile, Google made a few tweaks to the setup procedure for owners of the Pixel Buds A-Series with the most recent update (version 1.0.460938203). Namely:
Note: Certain images, including those for touch controls, sound pages, in-ear detection, and email, will no longer be available.

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