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How to turn off touch controls for Google Pixel Buds A-Series

With the Google Pixel Buds A-Series, you can control the media playback by touching either the left earbud or right earbud.

Tapping your earbud once will either play or pause the media. Double tapping will skip to the next media track on a playlist. By triple tapping, you will either go back to the previous track or repeat the current track.

When it comes to calls, tapping your earbud once will answer an incoming call. To end or reject a call, you can either double tap or triple tap.

Finally, you can press and hold your ear bud to either activated Google Assistant or hear any unread notifications.

How to disable Google Pixel Buds A-Series touch controls

If you want to disable the touch controls of the Google Pixel Buds A-Series, you need to take the following steps:

1. To begin, make sure that your earbuds are connected to an Android device.

2. You then need to go to the Settings menu of your Pixel Buds A-Series.

If you have a device running Android 10 or newer, you can open the general Settings app, select “Connected devices” and then tap the gear wheel icon next to your Pixel Buds A-Series.

If you have a device running the older version of Android, you first need to download and install the Pixel Buds app from the Google Play Store. After installing the application, open it.

2. After getting to the “Device details” menu of your Pixel Buds A-Series, you then select “Touch controls.”

3. In the “Touch controls” menu, you will find the option to enable or disable touch controls for your earbuds.

If the switch next to it is set to the right, then that indicates that touch controls is currently enabled. If that is the case, simply tap the switch to disable the touch features.