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Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds blamed for ear disease, Samsung’s official response

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Samsung Electronics has issued an official comment on complaints from users of Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headphones (review) about unpleasant symptoms.

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Users complain of various unpleasant, painful manifestations in their ears, including the appearance of pus, scabs, blisters, and inflammation.

In response, Samsung said the Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds have been internationally tested before being marketed and have been certified to be free of harmful substances. As Samsung explains, since earbuds are in-ear, sweat and moisture can cause user-described problems.

Regarding the issue that the Galaxy Buds Pro are too large and can irritate the skin of the ear canal, Samsung has confirmed the potential for discomfort due to the design of the earbuds and encouraged users to regularly clean and disinfect the earbuds while keeping the ear canal dry.

In addition, Samsung noted on the official website that the earbuds contain acrylate and nickel, so people with allergies should avoid wearing them for extended periods.

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  1. Clint

    June 17, 2021 at 05:26

    I used these for a month no issues then all of a sudden wet ear or infection. Stopped using for over a month just again 10 minutes and wet ear infection again.

  2. Jack

    June 20, 2021 at 06:45

    Of course they come up with some generic crap excuse. The truth is they used cheap materials and something that give people reactions. Especially probably when mixed with sweat or moisture. I haven’t looked deep enough to fact check but someone said nickel was one of them. Many many people will react to nickel.
    That’s ridiculous!!

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9 hours of operation, LDHC 4.0 support and dual driver system. OnePlus Buds Pro 2 earbuds revealed

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9 hours of operation LDHC 40 support and dual driver

OnePlus is preparing to expand its range of fully wireless headphones with the Buds Pro 2.

9 hours of operation, LDHC 4.0 support and dual driver system.  OnePlus Buds Pro 2 earbuds revealed

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The novelty will differ from many other such headphones in that it will receive dual emitters. The system will be similar to the Oppo Enco X2 TWS headphones, that is, we are talking about emitters with a diameter of 11 and 6 mm.

Also, the headphones will receive support for LDHC 4.0 spatial sound and an active noise reduction system. To implement it, each earphone will have three microphones.

The autonomy of the new model will be 6 hours, and taking into account the case it will be 22 hours. But it’s with noise cancellation. Without it, the performance will be 9 and 38 hours, respectively, and this is quite a lot for this class.

From the rest, we can note wireless charging, support for fast charging, Google Fast Pair, Bluetooth 5.2 and moisture protection (IP55). There is no price data, but the first generation debuted in Europe at a price of 150 euros.

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Apple how to understand it? New AirPods Pro 2 are asking for battery replacement as soon as possible

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Apple how to understand it New AirPods Pro 2 are

According to some users of the new AirPods Pro 2 fully wireless headphones, from the very first days of use, they receive a message to replace the batteries in their headphones as soon as possible.

According to Mydrivers, the bug triggers battery change notifications from the Find My app on nearby devices when the battery of your AirPods Pro headphones or MagSafe charging case is low.

Since the second generation AirPods Pro uses the U1 chip for precise searching, enhanced Find Me, and transmits battery level information at any time, it is speculated that the erroneous notification may be related to these new features.

Apple how to understand it?  New AirPods Pro 2 are asking for battery replacement as soon as possible

The notice urges users to replace the battery as soon as possible, but in this case, according to Mydrivers, it is enough to charge them. Especially since the battery of AirPods cannot be replaced. This notification is similar to the one the AirTag uses when the CR2032 battery is low and needs to be replaced, so the system seems to be confusing the two products.

It’s unclear how widespread the issue is, and Apple has yet to respond. It is likely that the error will be resolved with a software update soon.

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Bloomberg: the appearance of Adaptive Transparency Mode in AirPods Pro and AirPods Max is a bug

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Bloomberg the appearance of Adaptive Transparency Mode in AirPods Pro

According to Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman, the Adaptive Transparency Mode feature that debuted on the AirPods Pro 2 wireless earbuds won’t be coming to the original AirPods Pro or AirPods Max.

The adaptive transparency mode setting, which appeared in the beta version of Apple iOS 16.1 Beta 3, according to Gurman, is a bug that will be fixed at the time the final version of the firmware is released.

Previously, AirPods Max and original AirPods Pro users noticed that Adaptive Transparency Mode replaced the original transparency mode setting after updating to iOS 16.1 Beta 3. Apple was believed to be extending this feature to older AirPods.

Bloomberg: the appearance of Adaptive Transparency Mode in AirPods Pro and AirPods Max is a bug

The adaptive transparency mode of the Apple AirPods Pro 2 wireless headphones is one of their unique features. Bloomberg writes that the original AirPods Pro and AirPods Max won’t have this capability, and Apple accidentally made the adaptive transparency mode setting visible to those devices that don’t actually support it.

With the new H2 chip in AirPods Pro 2, on-device processing technology reduces loud ambient noises such as passing car horns, construction noise, and so on.

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