Are you having trouble connecting your Galaxy Buds to your device? Before considering a replacement or repair, try manually resetting the buds. Resetting the buds can help with a variety of issues. This tutorial will teach you how to reset Galaxy Buds. Galaxy Buds are regarded as one of the best wireless earbuds on the market, with excellent noise-canceling for the price. They’re also quite light, so your ears won’t feel like they’re holding anything heavy.
When Is It Time to Reset the Buds?
Although the Galaxy Buds are amazing earphones, they do have some faults. They may also encounter issues that are difficult to resolve. There are various instances in which Galaxy Buds could be problematic.
If you experience any of the following problems, you may need to reset your Galaxy Buds:
- I’m having trouble pairing with a new device.
- Reconnecting with a paired device is impossible.
- Disconnect from the connected device regularly.
- Updates are not possible.
- Inability to charge
- Sound quality has been compromised.
A reset will erase all of the data from your Buds’ memory, so think twice before doing so. Your Galaxy Buds will no longer be recognized by any of your connected devices, and you will have to pair them all over again.
What you’ll need before you get started?
You’ll need the Galaxy Buds charging case, the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone, and the charging cable to reset Galaxy Buds.
It’s worth mentioning that if you have an iPhone, you won’t be able to reset your Galaxy Buds using the Galaxy Wearable app. iOS users will be unable to use the app. However, iPhone owners may manually reset their Galaxy Buds using the Buds’ sensors, so this will not be an issue.
How to Reset Galaxy Buds?
Why not try a simpler remedy first, such as restarting your Galaxy Buds, before taking the next step? To reactivate your Buds, follow these steps:
Ensure that the Galaxy Buds have a sufficient battery charge (more than 10%) to survive a restart. If not, charge them for at least 10 minutes in the charging case.
- Place your Buds in their charging case with care. Make sure they’re in the charging case the right way.
- After shutting the charging case, wait 7 seconds.
- Remove the Buds from their case and test them to see whether they can reconnect with your device.
You may manually reset your Galaxy Buds to get them to operate again. However, make sure the Buds have enough juice inside them before attempting a reset (more than 10 percent battery charge).
If your Galaxy Buds have less than a 10% battery charge left, you’ll need to place them back in the charging case and plug them into a power outlet to give them enough juice to complete the reset procedure.
1. Resetting Galaxy Buds with Wearable App
If you want to use the Galaxy Wearable app to reset your Galaxy Buds, follow the steps below:
- On your smartphone, open the Galaxy Wearable app.
- Scroll down to the section titled “earbuds.”
- Select “reset earbuds” from the drop-down menu.
- A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm your action. To reset your Galaxy Buds, simply tap on it.
Those who have access to the Galaxy Wearable app should be able to use the way described above. If you don’t have a compatible device for the app, you can manually reset Galaxy Buds by following the steps below.
2. Resetting Galaxy Buds without Wearable App
A hard reset using the sensors on the Galaxy Buds will also wipe data, just like the reset with the Galaxy Wearable app. Please remember to thoroughly prepare to reset your device and be aware of the repercussions.
- To reset your Galaxy Buds without using the app, follow the steps below:
- Ensure that your Galaxy Buds have at least a 50% battery charge left.
- For up to 10 seconds, press and hold the sensors on Galaxy Buds.
- Replace the Buds in the case.
- Allow 30 seconds for cooling.
- Remove them and attempt pairing them with a device.
Keep in mind that this procedure returns the Galaxy Buds to their factory settings. It’ll be as if they’re pairing for the first time.
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While Samsung made an admirable effort with Galaxy Buds, perfection is hard to achieve. Gadgets have problems from time to time. The majority of problems can be resolved with a simple restart or reset. You should be able to rapidly fix your Galaxy Buds after attempting any of the resetting techniques described in our tutorial.
If none of the above solutions worked and you’re still stuck with malfunctioning earphones, you should contact Samsung customer service. You can also go to your nearest Samsung store and have them checked there and then.