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How to reset Google Pixel Buds


Google Pixel Buds are one of the best TWS earphones that you can get for under $100. These are packed with features like premium sound for the price, touch controls, water resistance, Google Assistant integration, and long battery life. They work with any Android smartphone or tablet, even with an iPhone/iPad for that matter. But just like any other piece of tech, your beloved Pixel Buds can also run into issues as you keep using them.

When it comes to Bluetooth earphones, the most common issue is related to connectivity. You may find your buds are not connecting with a device(s) that they used to easily previously. It may also happen that they do connect but lose the connection after a while. The issues could be related to other features like not being able to trigger Assistant. Nevertheless, a reset can help you fix such issues more often than not. The best part is you do not need to have a PC or laptop to make this work.

How to reset Google Pixel Buds:

  1. Forget Pixel Buds on your paired smartphone/tablet by visiting its Bluetooth settings.
  2. Place both earbuds in the charging case and ensure they are well seated.
  3. Leave the charging case open and connect it to a power source using a USB-A to USB-C cable.
  4. Press and hold the pairing button on the back of the charging case.
  5. Do the above step until the status light inside the opened case stops bouncing. This should not take more than 30 seconds.
  6. The status light will start blinking white and orange. This indicates that the reset process is underway.
  7. Wait until the light starts bouncing in only white color. It means the reset is complete and buds are now ready to be paired.

This is how you can reset Google Pixel Buds easily. You can now pair them with your smartphone or tablet and the issues you were facing should be gone. If you are still facing any issues with the buds, it is advised to get in touch with Google customer support.

Ajit Singh
Ajit is a freelance tech reporter who loves everything tech but has a soft corner for Android. He started his stint in tech journalism in 2015 and has previously worked with publications like Digit India and Android Headlines. You can also find his work on MySmartPrice.

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