It’s incredibly frustrating when your wireless earbuds don’t connect to each other. We’ve all been there, and the experience can be extremely irritating—especially when you’re in a hurry. If your Beats earbuds aren’t connecting to each other, don’t worry! Here is some troubleshooting advice on how to fix the problem. 

Check Your Battery Life 

The first thing you should do is check your battery life. This may seem obvious, but it’s easy to forget that wireless earbuds need juice in order for them to work properly. Make sure each earbud has at least 50% battery life before attempting any further troubleshooting steps. 

Check Your Bluetooth Settings 

If your battery life is good, then it’s time to check your device’s Bluetooth settings. You want to make sure that Bluetooth is enabled and that the two devices are connected properly. If they are not, then you need to make sure that both devices are in range of each other (within 10 meters) and try reconnecting them again. Additionally, if you have multiple devices that use Bluetooth, you’ll want to make sure that you’re connecting the right ones!  

Reset Your Earbuds 

If neither of the above steps worked, then it might be time to reset your earbuds altogether. To do this, simply press and hold both the power button and volume down button simultaneously until the LED light turns off (this should take about 5 seconds). After this step, your earbuds should automatically reconnect with each other once they’re turned back on again.  


No one likes dealing with technical problems—especially when it comes to our beloved tech gadgets! But luckily for us Beats owners, there are plenty of ways we can troubleshoot our connection issues with ease. So next time your Beats earbuds refuse to connect with each other—just follow these simple steps and you’ll be back listening in no time! Good luck!


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