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Google loses Sonos patent case, starts stripping functionality from speakers

Google loses Sonos patent case, starts stripping functionality from speakers

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4 thoughts on “Google loses Sonos patent case, starts stripping functionality from speakers”

  1. What functionality is being removed according to Google:

    To adjust volume on your speaker groups, you will need to adjust each speaker individually instead of using the group volume controller. You’ll also no longer be able to change your Speaker Group volume using your phone’s physical volume button.

    Most Speaker Groups should continue functioning as expected unless you have a speaker group containing other brands of Cast-based devices, like JBL or Lenovo. They need to be on 1.52.272222 or higher Cast firmware version. Check out this article on how to find your device’s firmware version or contact your device maker.

    A small set of users will need to use the “Device Utility app” (DUA) to complete product installation and updates. You may receive a prompt to download and run DUA, and it will ensure that your device is connected to Wi-Fi and receives the most updated software version.

  2. Good. Considering Google stole the technology from Sonos in the first place, they never should have put it on their devices. That’s what these big tech companies do: pretend they’re interested in your tech while behind the scenes, they’re reverse engineering it and stealing it for themselves before they discard you like trash.


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