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Galaxy Buds2 may have a new pairing process

Galaxy Buds2 May Have A New Pairing Process - Light Home News

Pairing a new pair of headphones with your smartphone or computer isn’t always the easiest process. OEMs got better to make it better and more confusing. For example, pairing current Galaxy Buds devices isn’t that painful. But the next Galaxy Buds2 may have a different, and slightly less convenient, pairing process than what we’re using now. This is based on something seen on the updated Galaxy Wearable app.

Although the Galaxy Buds2 has not been officially announced, the Galaxy Wearable app already references it. according to SAM Mobile. In the “Connecting a new device” section, there is a part that explains how to connect your Galaxy Buds2. it indicates that you need to put the earbuds in their carrying case, then touch and hold them for 3 seconds. You press it until the light starts flashing red and green. It doesn’t sound that difficult, but it’s less convenient than the current method.

Above this part is the instruction for current headphones which is to take the headphones out of your ears, then touch and hold them for 3 seconds until you hear a beep. There is another way to pair existing Galaxy Buds with new devices. You place the headphones in the charging case, close it, and then open it again. However, this will only work as long as you have disconnected it from the previous devices you paired it with.

Both of these methods will most likely continue to work despite the new instructions for the Galaxy Buds2. What we don’t know, however, is whether the new headphones can also be paired using the existing methods or if they can only be paired with the new method. If it’s the latter, there must be some reason why we’ll have to wait for the explanation, if they ever explain it. We’re only a week away from the official announcement anyway.

The Samsung Unpacked event takes place on August 11 and we’ll likely see the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, and of course Galaxy Buds2. We’ve heard so much about these devices in recent weeks, so we don’t expect any surprises at the event.