How to Repair Bluetooth Earphones That Don’t Pair, Charge or Have Audio Issues?

When you’re listening to music, it’s a great experience when your Bluetooth earphones stay connected to your smartphone or tablet. Unfortunately, some people are experiencing issues with their Bluetooth earphones. It could be pairing issues, charging issues, or audio quality issues. This post explains how to repair your Bluetooth earphones so that they work properly again. If you’ve tried the simple fixes suggested by your manufacturer and you’re still having trouble, you may want to try the steps we are going to reveal.

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Can Bluetooth Earphones be Repaired?

In short – Yes, they can be repaired. If you have an old pair of Bluetooth earphones lying around and want to repair them, then you may be surprised to learn that it’s not really possible.

But it’s not always easy, and without a technician, it’s very tough to repair them without causing further damage.

So if you’ve got a pair of Bluetooth earphones that you don’t want to throw away, then you’ll have to do some research and find out how to repair them.

Before Repairing Bluetooth Earphones

Before you start the troubleshooting steps, you need to pin point the actual problem in your wireless earphones. It could be:

  • Pairing issue
  • Charging issue
  • Audio quality issue

If your earphones are experiencing any of these three problems, then please stop worrying. We have explained the solutions to each of them.

What to do when Bluetooth Earphones are not pairing?

It is very frustrating. Bluetooth earphones are a wonderful device and are widely used for many purposes. But, they have some limitations and are not always reliable. They may not pair with your device without throwing any significant errors. If this is the scenario with you, try these steps to fix it:

1. Disconnect Other Bluetooth Devices

If you are using other Bluetooth devices at the same time as your Bluetooth earphones, you should disconnect them before you connect to the new one.

You can do this by going to the settings on your mobile phone and turning off Bluetooth. You can also turn off the Bluetooth on your other devices. Doing this will ensure that your smartphone (or laptop) is in pairing mode & is nor engaged with other BT devices.

2. Recharge the Battery of Bluetooth Earphone

Once you have disconnected all the other Bluetooth devices, you should ensure that your earphones have enough battery left (at least 20%).

If not, the Bluetooth functionality might experience difficulties during the pairing process. To charge the battery of the Bluetooth earphones, you should use a wall socket instead of a power bank.

3. Make Sure the Wireless Earphone & Smartphone are in Range

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It is important to make sure that the wireless earphones and smartphone are in range before you start the pairing process. If they are not, the Bluetooth functionality might experience difficulties during the pairing process. You should move closer to them, reducing the distance to a maximum of 33 feet (10 meters) – the standard Bluetooth range.

4. Please check the User manual for your reference

You may also want to check the user manual of your smartphone or wireless earphones for exact instructions. This way, you will be able to follow the steps correctly. The manufacturer must have outlined the troubleshooting steps in case the pairing process of your Bluetooth earphones is not going through.

How to Repair Wireless Earphones Having Audio Issues?

When it comes to wireless earphones, there are many factors that can cause the audio quality to degrade over time. Here are a few of the hacks you can try to improve on:

1. Check if the source device is giving high quality audio

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If the output audio quality of your Bluetooth earphones is low, then it might be possible that the source device is not giving you high quality audio. This could be because the source device is not powerful enough or because the source device is damaged.

To fix this problem, you can check to see if the source device is giving you high quality audio. You can do this by listening to music on the source device and then compare the sound quality with the sound quality of your earphones.

If the quality is low, then the problem lies with the smartphone, and not your earphones. You can try to connect the earphones to a different source device. This could be a mobile phone, a computer, or a home stereo system. If this does not work, you can also try to change the settings on your source device to a higher quality setting.

2. Change Codec of Audio

If you are not able to get the sound you want from your source device, then it is time to consider changing the codec. This is a digital audio coding that is used to convert the audio signal to a more efficient format. The codes that are usually used are MP3, AAC, LDAC & SBC. LDAC is the most advanced audio codec & you should give it a try.

Resources: Gadget360 Explanation on how to change Bluetooth codec.

3. Disconnect & Reconnect

The next thing you should try is to disconnect and reconnect the earphones. This could help the audio issues to resolve themselves. This is a good way to reboot the connection.

4. Update the Software 

The next thing you need to do is to update the software. If you can’t do that, then you can contact your phone’s manufacturer. They can help you fix the problem.

5. Reset the Bluetooth Earphone

If none of these tips work, then you can reset the Bluetooth connection. This is a good way to get rid of any unwanted software or settings. The reset function will allow you to do this.

To do this, you will need to press and hold the buttons on the earphones for at least ten seconds. Please refer to the user manual for the exact resetting process as it might vary from earphone to earphone. If you’re using a boAt Bluetooth earphone, here’s the process to reset it.

Repairing Bluetooth Earphones that are not charging

When you bought a pair of Bluetooth headphones, you probably paid a premium price for a high-quality product. But what happens if it stops taking charge? Well, here are the tips you can follow to repair it without rushing to a technician:

1. Check if the charging cable is faulty.

f you are using a new charging cable, check to see if there are any loose connections. It’s possible that the charging cable is faulty. If you notice that the cable is damaged, then you should replace it with another one. You can get a replacement cable at any electronics store.

Sometimes what happens is that the charging process is much slower than it used to be. if you see that your Bluetooth earphones charges 20% after 1.5 hours, chances are high that the USB cable lifecycle is over.

2. Check the connecting ports

have a look at the connecting ports. It’s possible that the charging port is damaged or there is a problem with the connector. If the charging port is damaged, it will not charge. In that case, you will have to replace the charging port & some technical expertise is needed to do that.

3. Check the Supplying Voltage

If the supply voltage is low, it will also not charge. You should check the supply voltage by connecting the power adapter to a voltage meter. If the voltage is too low, you can change the adapter.

Conclusion | Repairing Bluetooth Earphones is Easy

In this post, we have explained how to repair your Bluetooth earphones that don’t pair, charge or have audio issues. It’s always a good idea to check out the manual or instructions that came with your device.  But if you’re like me, you probably don’t have the manual that’s why I have written this article.

Vijay Prajapati

He is a Music Enthusiast. He loves to write about music & audio devices like Bluetooth earphones, headphones & earbuds. With this blog, he is helping others to learn more about these gadgets & troubleshooting frequent issues.

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