As Samsung and Microsoft keep on working nearer together, Windows 10 clients are receiving the rewards. In the wake of releasing a SmartThings application a week ago, Samsung has likewise released a Windows application to control Samsung’s Galaxy Buds earbuds.
The new application, spotted by Windows Central throughout the end of the week, has a lovely direct reason. After clients download the application from the Microsoft Store, they’ll have the option to utilize it to work on the pairing process of Galaxy Buds to a Windows 10 PC, regardless of whether that be a Samsung PC, a custom PC, or whatever else running the platform and supporting Bluetooth. An amazingly concise, clumsily phrased portrayal of the application from the Store.
The general plan language of the application is like what you’d find on a Galaxy cell phone. Controls are available for changing ANC controls, the equalizer, and surprisingly running programming refreshes for your earbuds. It’s a ton better than the total absence of controls that you’d get when simply matching the earbuds over standard Bluetooth. The application as far as anyone knows additionally makes matching simpler, however the application wouldn’t discover my Galaxy Buds Pro. It worked for Android Central, however.
Significantly, however, the application is just viable with Galaxy Buds Pro right now. Samsung takes note of that help for Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Buds+ will be going to the Windows 10 application “soon.”

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