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Sonos 10.4 Now Available: Updated Settings Menu

  • 10 September 2019
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Sonos version 10.4 is now available, bringing an updated look and feel to our settings menus, along with the software for running our recently announced Sonos One SL, Sonos Port, and Sonos Move.

New Settings

The Sonos app, has had an update and reorganization to the settings. In the app, the bottom bar now shows Settings instead of More. Within the Settings you’ll see some new headings, settings have been reconfigured to be more accessible. Room Settings and most system based actions are under System and then the Room name, or lower below your rooms listing. You’ll find Alarms there now located under Settings > System.

Connected Services Management
You can now see all services connected to your Sonos system to provide control through our API. In the Sonos app, under Settings > Services > Connected Services you can now disconnect services that you’ve connected in the past. For more details, see here for ‘connected services management’.

Trueplay for iOS 13

Sonos 10.4 also adds support for Trueplay for iOS devices running iOS 13.

Update now

To update, go to More > Settings > Software Updates, or click the Update Now button if it appears on your controller. You can also set up automatic software updates to install as they become available, so your system is up to date when you go to use it any time.

If you see a message that the update is not yet available, you may need to wait a little bit before updating that specific controller.

You can also find our most recently release notes on our article ‘Release Notes for Sonos Software’.

Please note that after updating, if you have any trouble with your local music library, please go to Settings and update the music library.

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The alarm location being buried under system and having to scroll down under products was 

  1. not at all intuitive at the time of the switch
  2. is a pain in the __ for regular users of the alarm setting
  3.  The toggle of the alarm on using black next to slider is not intuitive when the apple settings app uses a bright green which is clearer and more intutitive than difference between black and grey.  horrible UI design
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The alarm location being buried under system and having to scroll down under products was 

  1. not at all intuitive at the time of the switch
  2. is a pain in the __ for regular users of the alarm setting
  3.  The toggle of the alarm on using black next to slider is not intuitive when the apple settings app uses a bright green which is clearer and more intutitive than difference between black and grey.  horrible UI design

You do realise that 10.4 is not the latest version?  We are on 10.6 now and the alarm issue has been resolved for over a month now. 

Will this brick my “legacy” devices as you call them?

No. And even the update that comes in May 2020 won’t brick any devices. The ones labeled “legacy” will continue to work as they always have, and just stop receiving further substantial software updates.