Google Adds A Reminder To Clean Your Pixel Buds

Google adds a reminder to clean your Pixel Buds every now and then. The Google Pixel Buds app as you know will soon remind users to clean their earbuds after 120 hours of wear-time.

Google Reminder to Clean Your Pixel Buds

Google Reminder to Clean Your Pixel Buds

When was the last time you remembered to or even cleaned your earphones? Ideally, the truth is you are not really leaving it long enough to see a sizable amount of crud building up (which is fairly unavoidable when it is that you are shoving them into your ears regularly), but if it is that you happen to own a pair of Google Pixel Buds or the Pixel Buds Pro then you don’t need to worry as Google will soon remind you. And just as reported by 9to5Google, the most recent and latest version of the Pixel Buds app (version 1.0.555017123) in question includes a new notification that will prompt users to clean and also maintain their earbuds regularly.

The Updated App Is Rolling Out Via the Google Play Store

The updated app as you should know is rolling out via the Google Play Store at the moment, and as per a couple of 9to5Google readers, some users are already beginning to see the cleaning notification. Google within the prompt, notes that keeping Pixel Buds clean helps users to maintain audio quality and also make sure that the buds are charging correctly simply by preventing anything from gunking up the charging pins or even the speakers.

It is pretty sound advice that can and one that should be applied to any earbud brand in the market though, so if it is that you are having audio or charging problems then you should make sure that you give everything a wipe down just before assuming that the said problem is something more nefarious.

How Google Will Notify Users via the App

The notifications as reported should appear once the Pixel Buds app has reportedly tracked you wearing the earbuds for around 120 hours, rather than just the device actually detecting any physical build-up that needs any form of clearing. Tapping on the notification in question will also open the existing guide of Google that details just how to correctly clean the Pixel Buds Pro buds as well as the charging case.

The video in question does not show a specialized technique that is specific to the Pixel Buds Pro but however, just a quick wipe down with a clean cloth so you can very much likely apply the same steps to clean other earphones from other manufacturers in the industry.



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