Android users looking for an alternative to Apple’s AirPods have flocked to the Samsung Galaxy Buds for their ease of use, design and superior audio quality (when compared to their main competition).
Overall, the Samsung galaxy Buds offer a great experience for most users. But if you’re reading this article, you probably already know that since you’re looking for a way to reset the Galaxy Buds, and that’s what we’re here for.
While the Samsung Galaxy Buds are great and one of our favorite wireless Bluetooth earbuds, there are issues that can pop up from time to time. A reset can often resolve these issues since it restores the Galaxy Buds to their factory default setting. This process is also recommended if you are selling the Galaxy Buds or handing them off to another family member to use.
The list below highlights a few issues your Galaxy Buds may be suffering from that may be resolved with a hard reset:
- Distorted or robotic audio
- Frequent disconnections from your device
- Issues connecting or pairing with a new device
- Issues reconnecting with a previously paired device
- Unable to install a firmware update
- Slow or inconsistent charge