On 30th January 2023, Google rolled out a minor January 2023 firmware update for the Pixel Buds A series and now this same firmware is causing a Bluetooth pairing issue for the users. Notably, the update was rolled out after a break of two months, and that too lacks stability.
Users who have installed the January 2023 firmware update are facing the Bluetooth pairing issue on their Google Pixel Buds A series TWS earbuds, ane ruining the experience. For your information, the update didn’t include any changelog and has arrived with version 3.519.0.
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Going by the information, after installing the 3.519.0 firmware, a short hold of the pairing button does not appear to activate the Bluetooth pairing process. It restricts you to connect with Bluetooth, but the devices that have previously been linked to the Pixel Buds A-series are able to connect.
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To be mentioned, before installing the latest firmware update, pressing and holding the Bluetooth pairing key starts the Fast Pairing process with compatible Android devices. This process is found on all Pixel Buds earbuds since the re-launch of the Bluetooth accessory back in 2020.
Users have updated their TWS (True wireless) earbuds to the latest version to experience some enhanced features and improved operation. But things went totally opposite, though we can expect that the developer will soon fix this pairing problem with some other firmware update just like the previous two updates did.
Currently, there is no solution is been found to resolve this issue, but you can try a full reset process to get out of this problem. To perform the reset process, just press and hold the pairing button for 30 seconds.