In a world where most people have streaming, earbuds are a dying breed. One of the leading companies in the industry, Samsung, is set to release a pair of wireless buds that promises a high quality of sound and can be easily recharged with a case that doubles as a power bank. In this article, Hooke Audio will show you how to reset galaxy buds.
When Should You Reset Your Galaxy Buds?
Apple has been Apple’s primary competitor in the mobile phone market. It was in the fourth quarter of 2020 that Apple outsold Samsung for global phone sales. This is the first time in six years. Samsung regained first place in the first quarter of 2021.
It is not easy to go toe-to-toe with the largest tech companies. Samsung must produce quality products that match Apple’s range while still catering to their target market. Despite being technologically advanced, Samsung’s products still have flaws and errors.
These issues are also applicable to the Samsung Galaxy Buds. The problems experienced by each product may be different, but they may all fall within one of these categories:
Bluetooth connection problems: This could include pairing issues and the inability of your Bluetooth earbuds to be found via Bluetooth.
Problems with battery charging: Common issues include batteries not charging correctly or significant differences in the battery strength between earpieces.
Sound quality: Sound quality may be poor, have echoes/reverberations, or have no sound at all.
These problems may be caused by software bugs or hardware issues. This is where restart and factory reset functions are helpful.
The Galaxy Buds can be reset or restarted to give users a fresh start. All functions are disabled, even those that cause errors. All of the Buds’ settings and memory, including past connections, are deleted. This is like giving users a new sheet of paper after doodling on the previous one.
How To Restart Galaxy Buds
These are the steps you should follow to get your Buds back on track.
- Before you try to restart the Buds, make sure they have enough juice. The first thing to do is charge the charging case if it has less than 10%. It should be plugged into a power outlet and left to sit for 10 minutes. This will give enough power to the Buds so that you can begin troubleshooting.
- Place your Buds in the charging case. Place the Buds in the charging case.
- Close the charging topic and wait for at least 10 seconds.
- Take the Buds out and verify that they are still connected to your phone.
This is the easiest way to start your Galaxy Buds. In most cases, the problem will resolve itself. If this fails, the Buds might need to be reset.
How To Reset Galaxy Buds Manually
It would help if you thought twice about doing a hard reset as it will wipe all data from your Buds’ storage. You will need to pair each device again after your Galaxy Buds stop being recognized by your devices.
You will need to pair any Galaxy Wearables again if you want to remove all data.
Here are some steps you can take to reset your Buds.
- Before you start using your Galaxy Buds, make sure they are fully charged. Place them in the charging slots and wait for the Buds’ to charge up. After they have fully charged, you can move on to the next step.
- Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your mobile device.
- Scroll down until you see “Earbuds.”
- Finally, tap the “reset earbuds” option.
- A prompt will appear asking you to confirm. You can press the button to reset your earbuds.
- The reset option will remove any connection to your mobile phone. The reset option is available only on Samsung devices.
This option will not be available if you’re using an Android device other than a Samsung phone to reset your earbuds. This option is not available on Apple devices. Instead, you’ll need an Android device.
You can use any Android phone or borrow one from a friend. Then, download the Galaxy Wearables App from the Play Store and follow the instructions.
This is a simple way to reset your device. After your Buds are reset, you can pair them with your other devices again.
How to Reset Your Samsung Galaxy Buds Without Phone
Although the Samsung Wearable App can be very convenient, the constant notifications can sometimes prove annoying. We don’t blame anyone who doesn’t use the app.
Galaxy Buds can be used with any other device, just like Airpods.
There are still options to manually start your Galaxy Buds even if you don’t own a Samsung phone or the Wearable app. These issues will be addressed in the following sections.
Hold the sensors to re-establish the connection between the Buds and the Internet.
Each earpiece of the Galaxy Buds, Buds Pro, and Buds Live has a paired sensor. Each sensor has a purpose. One function they have that is rarely mentioned is the ability to reset your Samsung earbuds.
Here’s how it works:
- For at least 10 seconds, touch and hold both the Samsung earbuds’ sensors simultaneously.
- Please place them in the charging case correctly and keep them there for at least 30 seconds.
- After 30 seconds, pair the earbuds with your device again and check if there are any issues.
- Discharge and recharge
- You can also charge and recharge your Buds.
- The process involves draining your Samsung earbuds’ batteries until they stop working (0%). Next, recharge and activate them as usual.
- The charging case is not immune to errors. It mainly involves charging and LED lighting. It doesn’t have an on/off switch so that you can use the discharge and recharge technique.
How to Reset the Gear IconX
The predecessor to the Galaxy Buds is the Gear IconX. The Galaxy Buds are more specific products, but the original has some advantages over them. A factory reset button is built into the Galaxy Buds. It allows users to perform a hard reset without the need for a phone.
- Reset the Gear IconX earbuds
- Find the reset button and carefully remove its rubber cover.
- Insert the sim/SD card reader tool or a paperclip into your phone. For at least seven seconds, hold it down. The light will flash.
- For seven seconds, hold the reset button with the sim/SDcard ejector tool.
- For at least three seconds, hold the button down. The light will flash continuously this time.
- After the Gear IconX’s reset has been pressed a second time, the light flashes continuously.
- Attach the rubber cover to the earpiece. Make sure to pair your Gear IconX and your mobile device.
Thanks to the recent update that went live last week, which is titled Galaxy Buds, now you can reset galaxy buds without wiping out your data. Once you’ve updated to the latest system software, the old galaxies buds will still work. We hope that our article is helpful for you.