Samsung has an excellent lineup of truly wireless earphones. The Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Buds+, and the Galaxy Buds Live have received commendable reviews from consumers and experts alike. Despite the launch of new wireless earbuds, the company hasn’t forgotten its older models and it has been consistently releasing software updates for the Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Buds+.
Today, the South Korean firm released a new software update for the Galaxy Buds+. The new update bears firmware version R175XXU0ATH7 and it has a file size of 1.38MB. The changelog mentions improved system stability and reliability. No new features are a part of this software update, and it only likely improves the performance of the wireless earbuds.
You can check for the update by launching the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone and then navigating to Earbuds software update » Download and install. There might also be a banner notification for the update right when you open the app. Samsung had released a software update in June 2020 to improve the performance of Ambient Sound. A few days later, the company released stability updates to the Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Buds+.