The Microsoft Surface Headphones are like many modern Bluetooth headsets in that they can get over-the-air firmware updates to improve or add functionality. Since its release, the Surface Headphones have not had any updates, but that’s changing now as version 184.108.40.206.21 is rolling out now (old firmware was 220.127.116.11.21). As to what’s new, well, there doesn’t seem to be much in the way of features. While we had heard reports Microsoft may give users a way to turn off always-listening Cortana that is not a feature here. Nor are there any other new options. Instead, this appears to be more of a maintenance or quality improvement one instead likely addressing some lingering issues users may have reported. To fetch the update simply open the Cortana app on Android, iOS, or Windows 10 to manage the Surface Headphone. From there it should show an update waiting. Users can also go to settings and check for a firmware update there. The update process takes around fifteen minutes for the download and installation. Luckily, there’s a detailed progress bar to show you how far along the update is for installing. Users can continue to use the headphones – even playing music – for… Read full this story
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