Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The tech industry is rapidly growing, and gadgets are continuously introducing innovative products.

From the electrophone to headphones, stereo headphones, walkman, portable headphones, neckband-designed headphones, Noise Cancelling headphones, Apple iPod with earbud lifestyle headphones, and various earphones, the trend has now shifted to Wired or Wireless Earbuds.

People are embracing new technologies, and becoming tech-savvy in an era where daily innovations become social media trends.

Despite the popularity of tech gadgets, users often face common issues with wireless earbuds.

Here are five prevalent problems along with simple solutions:

Unable to Pair TWS 

If you are having trouble pairing your Truly Wireless Earbuds (TWS), ensure that neither the phone nor the earbuds are connected to another device.

Most phones and wireless earphones can only connect to one device at a time.

Turn on Bluetooth and manually re-enable it if it is off. Refer to the earbuds manual for the correct pairing process.

Patchy Audio Quality

Patchy audio often occurs due to Bluetooth range limitations.

TWS earbuds typically have a range of 10 meters. If you are experiencing patchy sound, stay within this range, as crossing greater distances may result in audio issues.

Charging Problem

Charging problems may arise due to a faulty port. For earbuds with wireless charging support, use a Qi-certified charger.

If issues persist, consider changing the charger or checking other components for a resolution.

One Bud for Hearing

Some budget wireless earbuds may have an issue where one bud acts as a bridge to the other, and if they fail to connect, audio is limited to a single earbud.

Resolve this problem by unpairing and repairing the earbuds, following the user manual guide for proper instructions.

Battery Problem

Earbuds may experience quick drainage, especially if they are older models.

If they are brand new, try disabling features like active noise cancellation to improve battery life.

Additionally, modes like gaming mode can consume significant battery, so disable them for longer-lasting battery life.

By following these simple resolutions, users can overcome common challenges associated with wireless earbuds and enjoy a smoother experience with their tech gadgets.