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Google adds a feature to monitor the wireless headset's battery power on Android


Google recently revealed that it will improve some of the features in the update expected later this year, promising to further support Bluetooth-connected devices on Android. More specifically, the wireless headphones that support the Fast Pair feature will be fully displayed on each earbud's battery capacity and charger case, thereby helping users to monitor more easily. In addition, the smartphone or tablet will also display a pop-up message about battery information, connected devices when you open or close the charging case.




Supported Fast Pair headphones are also supported in the Find My Device section (which will be updated as soon as possible) to allow users to search for their headphones when they accidentally get lost. The new feature also allows disconnecting or playing audio on misplaced earbud for easier location.



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In addition, Android Q is also updated with a user interface specifically for Fast Pair-enabled headsets, providing headset management features, setting up Google Assistant, tracking battery or links to apps. Supported by third party.

Google has now released a list of speakers, headphones with Fast Pair feature which will be supported by the new update including Anker Spirit Pro GVA, Anker SoundCore Flare +, JBL Live 220BT, JBL Live 400BT, JBL Live 500BT, JBL Live 650BT, Tarah Jaybird, 1More Dual Driver BT ANC, LG HBS-SL5, LG HBS-PL6S, LG HBS-SL6S, LG HBS-PL5 and Cleer Ally Plus.



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