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Why Are My Samsung Galaxy Buds Beeping?

Have you ever experienced hearing those annoying beeping sounds while using your Galaxy Buds? Apparently, this is a common issue among the users of the Galaxy audio product. Although it’s a bit annoying to deal with, there’s no need to worry about the problem being a possible defective unit.  

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds will start beeping when the device detects possible overheating problems. The device will beep loudly when the overheating sensor gets triggered, giving an alarm to the user. You can remove the beeping by either going to a colder place or stop using it for a while to let it cool down.  

Hearing a beeping sound while using an audio product is not a pleasant experience. It can turn from an uncomfortable noise into very annoying background noise. At first glance, many people seem to have experienced this issue randomly. But in almost all the cases reported, the culprit oil boils down to overheating.  

Galaxy Buds  Are Beeping Due To Overheating 

There’s no doubt that the Galaxy Buds are among the best wireless audio products right now. Its portability and sound quality are what make it popular among those people who want a wireless product. If you’re the kind of person that wants to have access to good music playback, choosing the Galaxy Buds is an understandable decision.  

However, there is a fatal flaw in the product’s design: it randomly makes a soft beeping sound when the overheating sensor is triggered.  Most users that had encountered this problem describes the beeping sound like a “quiet notification beep.” Some would describe it as an audible noise that ruins their music streaming experience.  

Either way, one thing is for sure: the device is useless when overheating due to the beeping sound alarm. It can come to the point where the beeping is the only thing you can hear from the device. And that’s not a good thing for on-the-go products like wireless earbuds. 

Unfortunately, this overheating problem is usually caused by simple, day-to-day activities. And these circumstances rarely cause other earbuds products to overheat.  

User Reports About The Overheating Problem 

Direct sunlight exposure is the biggest culprit in this overheating problem. Most users reported that they have no issues in using the earbuds before. That is until they decided to spend their time under the sun. Once they are outside, one of their buds will start beeping at five to ten seconds. After a few moments, the other piece will also begin to send out beeping sounds.  

Another user reported that going into a sauna while wearing his earbuds also triggered the device’s anti-overheating sensor. As long as there is heat detected, direct sunlight or not, it can start the beeping sound. This issue is, understandably, something that most users cannot tolerate. Hence, the beeping sound is one of the most reported issues in a Galaxy Bud as of date.  

It seems like any kind of external heat or warmth can trigger the Galaxy Buds’ warning system. The issue is prevalent with the Galaxy Buds, the Galaxy Buds+, and the Galaxy Buds Live. If you’re using any of this device, you might want to try the following options to stop the beeping noises.  
Take note: there are cases in which users can hear any beeping noises when they’re not under the sun or any external heat source. In this case, the problem might not be due to overheating. It can be caused by other factors such as a defective overheating sensor or more.  

Try to replicate the problem by putting one of your buds under the sun and see if it beeps. Do this with the other buds to confirm that the beeping is, in fact, from the overheating problem.  

How To Stop The Beeping On Your Galaxy Buds?  

Unfortunately, there is still no official, long-term fix released to avoid triggering the beeping sound. Samsung hasn’t made any statement yet whether this is a design flaw or a software bug that a future update will fix. However, there are a few things that users can do to avoid triggering the overheat beeping alarm.  

The quickest way to stop the beeping is to get away from the external heat source as soon as possible. If you’re outside, look for an area that offers shade, and stay there for a while. Once the device has cooled down, it will eventually stop beeping immediately. You don’t need to tinker with software settings or other technical stuff to fix the problem.  

If there is no shady area available, you can turn off your Galaxy Buds instead. This solution is quite a bummer, but that’s just how the device works. If it doesn’t have a chance to cool down, it won’t stop making those annoying noises.  

And last but not least, prevention is always better than a solution. Avoid using earbuds in rooms that don’t offer proper ventilation or an air conditioning unit. This fix is quite a limiting option, but it’s by far the only way to completely remove the possibility of the beeping sound. Hopefully, Samsung will try to fix this problem in the future, as many people use their audio products.  

What Temperature Is To Be Avoided To Prevent Beeping?  

The overheating problem can be a big restriction if you’re using the buds in a place with a warmer climate. According to a report from Sam Mobile, there are user reports that state that the overheating beeping happens when the temperature reaches above 90°F or 32.2°C. 

If you’re live in an area with warm climates, and your local temperature usually reaches this threshold, you will likely experience the beeping issue. 

Phone Arena stated that this problem had been a recurring issue to the latest model. This issue hampers the potential of the device and makes the user experience underwhelming. It prevents the users who bought the product to use it properly.  

Is this problem a dealbreaker for you? Are you also experiencing these beeping noises with other Samsung products? Let us know your thoughts about this matter in the comments below. Thank you so much for reading. 

Steven Carr

Steven is a certified IT professional and gaming enthusiast. He has been working in the tech industry for over 10 years, and specializes in all things Tech-related. When he's not geeking out over the latest hardware or software release, he can be found testing out the latest video game.

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