One of the most important features in any device, as we all come to find out at certain times, is the reset option. This is especially true when it comes to true wireless earbuds where technical issues are quite common.
In this article, we’ll walk you through step by step on how to reset your Soundcore Liberty Air 2 or Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro, as well as detail a few other troubleshooting options when experiencing issues.
How To Reset Soundcore Liberty Air 2 / Liberty Air 2 Pro
Resetting your liberty Air 2 should solve any technical issues that you’re experiencing with your earbuds, such as pairing issues, charging issues, issues with your earbuds turning on, or one earbud simply failing to connect to the other. Both the Liberty Air 2 and the Liberty Air 2 Pro have the exact same reset process. Here’s how:
- Place your earbuds in the charging case
- Open the case’s lid
- Hold the button located on the case for around 10 seconds
- The LED in both earbuds should flash red three times, indicating that your device has been reset.
- Leave the case open, and wait until one of the LEDs flashes fast, and one flashes slowly. Indicating that your device is ready to pair.
And that’s it! Your device should now be reset. There may be instances where the reset process may have failed; this can be known by checking to see if your earbuds flash red three times after pressing and holding the button on your charging case. If the reset process has failed,, repeat the above steps and ensure that you hold the button long enough.
It’s important to note that resetting your device will clear all pairing history, which means that you will need to re-pair your Soundcore earbuds to your previously connected devices.
How do I pair my Soundcore earbuds with one another?
If you notice that only one of your earbuds are working, then it’s highly likely that your earbuds haven’t successfully paired your earbuds to one another. The Liberty Air 2 should Automatically pair to one another after placing them in the charging case, then closing and re-opening the lid.
However, it’s quite common for this to not work at times. Resetting your device, as shown above, should, in most cases, solve the issue. After the reset process, your earbuds should pair with one another automatically; your right earbuds LED should flash quickly while the left earbuds LED flashes slowly.
How to Pair SoundCore Liberty Air 2 / Liberty Air 2 Pro to Any Device
Pairing your Liberty Air 2 to any device is fairly straightforward and can be done in minutes. All you would need to do is place your earbuds in pairing mode, navigate to your device’s Bluetooth list and select your Liberty Air 2 earbuds. Here’s how:
- Place both earbuds in the charging case and ensure they’re both being charged.
- Keep the case lid open.
- Press and hold the button located on the bottom of the charging case for 3 seconds.
- Your earbuds LED should flash white rapidly, indicating that your device is ready to pair.
- Now simply go to your Bluetooth list of the device you would like to connect to\And select your Liberty Air 2 and select “Connect”.
Your earbuds should now be paired to your device.
Why is my Soundcore Liberty 2 / Liberty Air 2 Pro not connecting to my device?
In most cases pairing issues with the Liberty Air 2 stem from a previously paired device trying to establish a connection with your earbuds when pairing to a new device. Simply disconnecting and even “forgetting ” your earbuds from a previously connected device. Should solve the issue.
In other cases, your earbuds may not be seated correctly in the charging case, or there may be dust or debris blocking the charging connectors in the case. If this is the case, all you would need to do is clean the case thoroughly and ensure there is nothing blocking the charging connectors.
If none of the above methods seem to have worked, then you’ll want to reset your earbuds by following the instructions shown above.
Can Soundcore earbuds get wet?
The IPX system is used to rate the level of water protection as well as other environmental conditions a product can endure.
The Soundcore Liberty Air 2 has an IPX5 rating indicating that the earbuds are water and sweat resistant and not waterproof. An IPX5 rating is classified to be able to tolerate a low-pressure water jet spray as its max water resistant capability. Anything more can result in damage.
As for the liberty Air 2 Pro, it’s classified as IPX4, which is still classified as water and sweat resistant; however, it can only endure splashes (from any direction) rather than a low-pressure water jet.