It’s not uncommon to experience issues with wireless earbuds or any piece of tech in general. And in most cases, simply resetting your device should solve your issue. So if you’ve been experiencing connection or pairing issues with your Jlab earbuds, then here’s how to reset them.
How to Reset Jlab Jbuds Air
The first thing you’ll want to do is go to your device’s Bluetooth list and “forget” your Jlabs Earbuds. This will allow you to pair to your device as if it were brand new after you reset your Jlab earbuds.
- With both earbuds inside the charging case, quick tap one earbud four times. (The earbud should flash blue three times, indicating that it has been reset)
- Now repeat the process with the second earbud.
- Take both earbuds out of the case; One will begin to flash white while the other flashes white/Blue. Indicating that they are ready to pair.
That’s it! Your earbuds should now be reset! All you would need to do at this point is to open your device’s Bluetooth list & select your Jlab Jbuds to connect.
How to Pair Jlab Jbuds Air
To pair your Jlab Jbuds Air, all you would need to do is press and hold the button on both earbuds for 3 seconds to place them in pairing mode. Your earbuds will then flash white, indicating that your earbuds are pairing with one another.
When your earbuds have successfully paired to one another, the right earbud with flash white & blue, indicating that they are ready to pair to your device. At this point, simply open your device’s Bluetooth list and select your Jlab Jbuds Air. And that’s all! Your earbuds should now be connected to your device.
Jlab Jbuds Air One not working? Here’s what to do
As we mentioned above, issues with wireless earbuds is a lot more common than you would think. And a common issue among most wireless earbuds is when only one earbud tends to connect to your device.
In most cases, this occurs when:
- The first-time setup may have been run incorrectly
- Your Jlab earbuds need to be manually reset
- They need to be reconnected to Bluetooth
In most cases, the issue can be resolved by simply “Forgetting” your Jlab Jbuds from your device’s Bluetooth list. Then reset your earbuds and reconnect. The reason why “forgetting” your device is so crucial is because it allows your earbuds to pair from scratch. If you’re still experiencing issues, then take a look at our complete guide.
How to Charge your Jbuds Air
To charge your Jbuds Air, all you would need to do is place your earbuds in the case, and they should be good to go. A blue light will turn on, indicating that your earbuds are charging & will turn off when your earbuds reach 100% battery.
To charge the case, simply plug in the cable that’s attached to the case into your device’s USB port, and your case will begin to charge. The case takes around two hours to fully charge, whereas the earbuds take around 90 minutes to charge to a 100%/
Can JLab Jbuds Air get wet?
The Jbuds Air features an IPX5 rating which labels them as water-resistant. This doesn’t make them waterproof by any means; it simply means that it is able to handle a certain amount of water. In the case of the Jbuds Air, this entails a sustained, low-pressure water jet spray. Anything more than this will damage your earbuds.
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