Sonos version 10.5 brings performance enhancements and improved reliability to Sonos systems.
You can find our most recent release notes in our article Release Notes for Sonos Software. If you have any other issues relating to updating your system, please check this article: Error message when attempting to update Sonos system.
How to update your system:
Go to Settings > System > System Updates, or click the “Update Now” button, if it appears on your controller. If you have automatic updates enabled, your system will update automatically, though you may need to update your Sonos app manually depending on your App settings. You can enable automatic software updates if you haven’t done so under System > System Updates so that they update without your intervention, that way your system is up to date anytime you go to use it.
Changes to Sonos system requirements
With Sonos version 10.5, Sonos apps running for iOS 10, Android 5 and 6, and Fire OS 5 are now partially supported and will no longer receive software updates but can still be used to control commonly-used features. Settings and system configuration changes will need to be done using a fully compatible controller.
If your device is running one of these older OS versions, you can check in its system settings to find if a newer version is available to download. Not all devices can update to more modern OS versions.
Sonos 10.5 system requirements
Android 7.0 or later
iOS 11 or later
iPadOS 13 or later
macOS 10.11 or later
Windows 7 or later