Even though different brands of headsets have the same principle of operation, the operation process may have its own characteristics.
Headphones from the Apple brand can be controlled by gestures that the user sets at his discretion. Also, the device is successfully activated by voice and double-tap and turns off the sound when one of the headphones is removed.
This brand’s wireless headset also supports touch control. In addition, the case is equipped with an LED indicator that displays the charge level, absence/presence of connection, and on/off the device.
Setting up headphones of this brand involves a similar procedure. But if, for example, the user wants to reset all settings, it is enough to hold the touch button for 30 seconds, waiting for the red-blue color of the indicator to appear.
AirDots means connecting each waterproof bluetooth earbuds separately, which can be difficult. To set up the headset, you need to take out the headphones, reset the settings by holding the button on the box until the indicator light appears, then put the headphones back in again and take them out again at the same time. With the correct procedure, the device should be available for connection. It is recommended to connect the right earpiece first (in the Bluetooth section of the phone), and then the left earpiece, holding the button on it until a signal appears. Once the devices are synced, all lights will turn off.
The Samsung headset supports automatic connection to the phone, so the setup is no different from AirPods.
Possible problems and solutions
Although connecting wireless headphones is a simple procedure, it can nevertheless be difficult to set up and synchronize devices.
Even if the user did everything according to the instructions, the gadget may not appear in the “available devices” section on the phone. In this case, you need to do the following:
- Make sure the headphones are charged
- Re-enable Bluetooth
- Restart smartphone and headset
- Check connected devices and disable unnecessary ones.
- Check if the headphones are connected to another smartphone or computer.
Can’t find the device
There may be several reasons why the phone “does not see” the headset:
- Perhaps the devices are too far apart.
- Smartphones or headphones are almost or completely discharged.
To establish a connection, you need to charge the gadget with headphones, bring the headset closer to it and, just in case, restart both devices.
Only one earphone works
This problem often occurs if the headphones were not taken out of the box at the same time and, as a rule, is solved by the following simple steps:
- Reconnect the device (put it in the charger and take it out again at the same time);
- If the problem persists, try the headset on other devices. It is possible that the matter lies in the breakdown of one of the headphones.
No sound can be caused by:
- Installing new programs on the phone.
- Discharging devices.
- Technical failure.
It is worth making sure that the option to receive the audio signal is selected through the headphones, remove new programs that may have caused problems with sound transmission, and restart both devices. If this does not help, contact customer support, or send the gadget for diagnostics.