A few days ago, an uncle of mine bought a pair of earbuds to listen to music. He is very fond of music. But he couldn’t connect the two wireless earbuds at the same time at all.
Only one earbud was getting connected repeatedly. So, he called me to fix it. I went to him after work and solved his problem.
Wireless earbuds are the latest craze and for a good reason. They’re sleek, convenient, and easy to use.
However, I found that most people use Bluetooth headphones to listen to music but don’t know how to connect both earbuds at the same time. That can be a problem. Now, here I am to solve this issue and make it happen.
Turning On the Wireless Earbuds
If wireless earbuds are the future, connecting them up is a breeze. First, turn on the Bluetooth in each device. Next, find the name of your earbuds and press “pair” on one of them. You will be prompted to enter the other earbud code; type it in and press “connect.” Now that they’re connected, you’re good to go. To enjoy your music to the fullest, ensure to keep the earbuds in your ears snugly.
How to Pair Both Wireless Earbuds?
Pairing two wireless earbuds can be a bit of a hassle at first. So, follow this step-by-step guide.
- First, you need to find the name of your earbuds. You can either press “pair” on one earbud and look for it in Bluetooth settings or open the paired app (like Spotify). Once you’ve found it, enter the 6-digit code. If the pairing were successful, you’d see a message saying “connected.”
- It’s now time to connect with the other earbud. Hold down power and volume up on one of your wireless earbuds until you see the “pair” message. Press “connect,” and you’re done.
- If the pairing wasn’t successful, a few things could be wrong. Ensure that both earbuds are turned on, in range of each other, and have the same app (like Spotify) open. If these conditions are met, try restarting your device or changing the ear bud’s batteries.
How To Connect Both Generic Earbuds on An iPhone?
If you’re one of those who love to multi-task, connecting your wireless earbuds to your phone can be a real pain. Fear not, though, because we’ve got you covered.
- To do this, you’ll need to open the Control Panel on your iPhone and hold the power button until it pops up.
- Next, tap Add New Device and select your other earbud from the list. They will now start playing audio through both devices at the same time.
How To Pair Wireless Earbuds With Each Other?
If you want to pair your wireless earbuds with each other, there are a few things that you will need.
- First, both earbuds must have Bluetooth turned on and in range. You can easily do it by entering the settings on either device and selecting Bluetooth.
- Once in Bluetooth settings, ensure both earbuds are found and connected by entering the pairing code for each one (typically 6 digits).
- After connecting the earbuds, you can stream audio from one earbud to the other without any problems.
How To Make Both Earbuds Play at The Same Time?
It can be frustrating when one earbud stops mid-conversation, but you can solve the problem with some know-how. To connect two wireless earbuds simultaneously, follow these steps:
- First, switch one earbud off and on to change its Bluetooth connection.
- Once it’s switched on, open the other earbud’s case and press and hold down its power button for about four seconds until it turns blue.
- Now, release the power button and use your phone’s Bluetooth connectivity settings to pair it with the first earbud. That’s it!
Why Does Only One Earbud Play at A Time?
Playing only one earbud that doesn’t connect to the other can be frustrating, especially if you’re trying to listen to audio from both earbuds simultaneously. Now, follow these simple steps to connect two earbuds without any trouble:
- First, make sure both earbuds are fully charged and turned on.
- Next, press and hold down on one earbud until it automatically starts playing in your ears.
- If that still doesn’t work, try connecting them one at a time.
- And lastly, if all else fails, try charging both earbuds overnight.
With a little patience and a bit of luck, you’ll be able to connect two earbuds like a pro.
How To Fix an Earbud That’s Not Working Properly?
The problem in connecting the earbuds may occur from the cords. To solve this issue, try these steps:
- First, ensure the charging light is on and blinking if the earbuds are charging. If it’s not charging, the cords have a problem.
- Try reconnecting them by pulling on both cords and holding them for 10 seconds.
- If that doesn’t work, try unplugging one earbud at a time and reconnecting after each one is disconnected.
- If that still doesn’t work, it may be necessary to replace the cord.
Q. Why is it sometimes difficult to reconnect two earbuds manually?
It cannot be easy to connect two earbuds manually because they might be in different Bluetooth ranges. If the wireless signal is poor, the earbuds might not work properly. Additionally, if you are using Apple EarPods or other brands of wireless earbuds with a small case, connecting them manually might be more difficult than expected.
Q. How do you reset Bluetooth earbuds?
First, power them off to reset Bluetooth earbuds by pressing the power button for a few seconds. That holds down the power button after that until you see the Apple logo flashing repeatedly. After that, release all the buttons and wait for 5 seconds until they reconnect automatically.
Q. How do I fix the Bluetooth pairing problem?
If you are having trouble pairing your wireless earbuds, try the following steps: –
1. Turn off both earbuds and then turn them back on again.
2. Go to Settings > Bluetooth on your phone.
3. Verify that the “Ear Buds” option is turned ON and select the “Device name” from the list of devices.
4. After pairing successfully, you will see a new icon in your notification shade called “Bluetooth.”
5. Tap this icon to connect your headphones whenever you want.
Wireless earbuds are a great way to stay connected while on the go, but pairing them can be tricky. Following the steps above to connect two wireless earbuds simultaneously is easy. Doing so lets you enjoy music or other audio content with a friend or loved one. Doing this can also help save money, as you won’t need to buy two earbuds.
James Dimento is a Chief-in-Editor of SoundUnify. He is a headphone enthusiast and creative writer passionate about audio technology. He has three years of experience writing about headphones and sound quality and is responsible for creating reviews and taking care of all administration.