Last year, OnePlus released two truly wireless earphones in the OnePlus Buds line. This is a good choice for all Android users, thanks to the addition of the Google-led Rapid Pair fast pairing technology. According to 9to5Google, though, the next OnePlus Buds Pro model appears to have dropped compatibility for Google Fast Pair entirely.  

Both the OnePlus Buds and the OnePlus Buds Z support Google Fast Pair, according to Google.  

It attempts to accomplish rapid pairing with Android devices as a standard supported by several peripherals such as earphones and smartwatches.  

Better yet, Google Fast Pair allows users to share the accessory with other Android devices that are connected to the same Google account. Unfortunately, many accessory manufacturers have not fully utilized this Fast Pair feature as a practical feature. 

OnePlus, on the other hand, promptly pointed out that its smartphone comes with a rapid pairing solution, as demonstrated in the image. 

Finally, on other Android handsets, the “HeyMelody” application enables a simple pairing technique.  

When you initially launch the app, it will automatically detect the OnePlus Buds Pro true wireless headset that has to be associated with it, although the experience isn’t as smooth as Google Fast Pair. 

Downloading and installing the “HeyMelody” application from the Google Play Store will also be necessary if you need to monitor the battery information of the charging storage box.  

The OnePlus Buds will be the business’s first totally wireless earphones, “built to deliver high-quality music playback and an easy-to-use experience on the go, eliminating all connections for a truly liberated sound experience,” according to the company. “With the new OnePlus Buds, we are further building out our line of goods that give our users a burdenless experience,” the firm noted on their forum. 

Our customers want a combination of exceptional sound quality, seamless communication, and a simple user interface. The OnePlus Buds will deliver exactly that.”