Google Brings Audio Switching Feature In Pixel Buds Pro

Google brings audio switching feature in Pixel Buds Pro, two devices will be connected together.

Google launched the Google Pixel Buds Pro True Wireless (TWS) earbuds in India earlier this week. The company launched it at a price of Rs 19,990.

A day after the launch of the earbuds, the company announced that it is bringing audio switching technology to its new TWS earbuds.

Google says the audio switching technology is based on its Fast Pair feature, which allows users to find and pair their wireless headphones or earbuds with their Android phones and tablets.

It then saves them to your Google account. The company’s Fast Pair feature easily and instantly syncs the headphones with all of the user’s other Android devices once they’re saved to a Google account.

Google says the audio switching technology allows users to switch audio based on their actions. This technology uses information based on the content being listened to by users.

The company wrote in a blog post that we have several categories, which are ranked to determine how sound is prioritized between phone calls, media, and the sound of your device.

For example, if you are watching a video on your tablet and you get a notification on your phone, your headphone audio will not switch to your phone.

However, if you receive a phone call, it will switch your headphone audio.

Google brings an audio switching feature: Two devices will be connected together.

Announcing the feature, Google further said that its audio switching will also work with Bluetooth Multipoint, allowing users to connect to two Bluetooth devices at the same time.

Audio switching technology is slightly different from Bluetooth multipoint, in which wireless headphones or TWS earbuds can connect to two sources at the same time.

This completely eliminates the need to switch between the two sources.

Audio switching technology for Sony and JBL.

Google said it’s introducing audio switching between Android phones and tablets with Bluetooth Multipoint on the new Pixel Buds Pro.

The company also said that it will enable audio switching technology for Sony and JBL headphones in the coming weeks.

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