A new firmware update for the Microsoft Surface Headphones appears to be rolling out for the device via the Cortana app on iOS and Android or the dedicated devices app on Windows 10. Right now, there’s no official changelog, but the firmware version has been bumped from version 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206.21, making this a minor firmware revision.
The update appeared as a notification on Windows 10, and likely does the same on iOS and Android via the Cortana app if you have it installed. The update took about 15 minutes to download, and a short time to install once the download had completed.
The last firmware update was quite a big one, introducing the ability to pair up to 8 bluetooth devices for easy switching between, among a number of other bug fixes. The last firmware update was released in March 2019, making it five months between this new firmware update and the last one.
We’ve not noticed anything different with this latest firmware just yet, but this marks the second firmware update for the Surface Headphones since launch. We’ll keep an eye out for an official changelog from Microsoft, but in the meantime, have you updated your Surface Headphones to the latest firmware?
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