Have you ever taken out your Jabra earbuds, only to find that they won’t connect to each other? If so, don’t worry—you’re not alone! A lot of people experience connection issues with their Jabra earbuds. Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to get them working again. Let’s go through some troubleshooting steps that may help. 

Check Your Bluetooth Settings 

The first thing you should do is make sure that your Bluetooth settings are set up correctly. The process for setting up your Jabra earbuds varies depending on the device you’re using. Generally speaking, however, you will need to open the Bluetooth settings on your device and make sure it is visible and discoverable. You will then need to select the “Jabra Elite 65t” from the list of available devices and wait for it to connect. 

Reset Your Earbuds 

If checking your Bluetooth settings doesn’t work, try resetting your earbuds. To do this, press and hold both buttons on either side of the earbud at the same time for about 5 seconds until you hear a voice prompt saying “Power off ready” or “Resetting now”. After that, release both buttons and wait for them to power off completely before trying to pair them again with your device.

Update Your Firmware 

If neither of these steps work, you may need to update your firmware. To do this, download the Jabra Sound+ app from the App Store or Google Play Store and follow the instructions provided in order to update your firmware. This should fix any compatibility issues that may be preventing your earbuds from connecting properly.  


Having trouble getting your Jabra earbuds to connect? Don’t worry—it happens! Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take in order to get them working again such as checking your Bluetooth settings or updating your firmware via the Jabra Sound+ app. With any luck, these troubleshooting tips should help get you back up and running in no time! Good luck!


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