Are you having trouble getting your Bose earbuds to connect to each other? You’re not alone. Connectivity issues with Bluetooth devices are common and can be easily resolved. Let’s take a look at the reasons why your Bose earbuds may not be connecting, and how to fix it.
Possible Reasons for Disconnection
The most common reason for this issue is an outdated firmware. To make sure that your device is up-to-date, open the Bose Connect app and check the settings tab. If an update is available, install it right away. Additionally, if there are any new updates available for your device’s operating system, make sure to download them as well.
Another reason for connection issues could be interference from nearby electronic devices such as microwaves or wireless routers. This interference disrupts the connection between the two earbuds which causes them to disconnect from each other. To minimize interference, try moving away from any electronic devices that may be causing disruptions in signal strength or move closer to where your device is connected to the router or hotspot.
Finally, if you recently changed your phone settings or installed new apps on it, this could also cause problems with your earbuds’ connection. If this is the case, resetting both earbuds can often solve this issue as they will then reconnect automatically once they are both powered on again. To do this, press and hold both power buttons simultaneously until you hear a voice prompt say “resetting” in both ears.
If you’re having trouble connecting your Bose earbuds together, don’t panic! There are a few simple fixes that can help get you back up and running in no time at all! Make sure that both earbuds have the latest firmware installed and check if there’s any nearby interference that could be disrupting their connection before resetting them both to their original settings if necessary. With these tips in mind, you should have no problem getting your Bose earbuds back in sync again!