Skullcandy wireless earbuds offer a convenient and easy way to listen to music on the go. But there is a big question that arises how to pair Skullcandy wireless earbuds?
This blog post will walk you through the steps necessary for pairing your Skullcandy wireless earbuds with an iPhone, Android phone, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device.
Steps For Pairing Skullcandy Wireless Earbuds:
Locate your earbuds’ power button.
Press and hold the power button until you hear a voice prompt say “power on”. The LED indicator will flash blue. This indicates that your earphones are now in pairing mode.
Turn on Bluetooth if it’s not enabled already. You should see “Skullcandy (device name)” show up in the list of Bluetooth devices on your smartphone or tablet now.
Select this to pair with them, and enter any passcode shown on your phone screen into the pop-up window that appears on your skull candies when prompted.
You should then see another successful pairing confirmation message saying how much time is left for battery life (assuming you’re using the wireless Skullcandies charging case).
(If you have an Android phone) If the Skullcandy earbuds are not automatically connecting to your phone after step three, go to Settings and tap on Bluetooth. Make sure that “Skullcandy” is checked under the “Available devices” list, and then tap on it.
This will connect the earphones to your device. If “Skullcandy” is not listed under Available devices, it means that the earphones are not in pairing mode. Repeat steps two and three.
(If you have an iPhone) If the Skullcandy earbuds aren’t automatically connecting to your phone after step three, go to Settings and select Bluetooth.
Make sure that “Skullcandy” is checked under the “My Devices” list and then tap on it. This will connect the earphones to your device.
If “Skullcandy” is not listed under My Devices, it means that the earphones are not in pairing mode. Repeat steps two and three.
It’s important to keep your Skullcandies charged. To see how much battery power is remaining, hit the power button. If you have less than 20% battery life remaining, it is time to charge your Skullcandies.
You can keep them in their charging case or use the included Micro-USB cable to charge them on any AC outlet or USB port.
Frequently Asked Questions For Skullcandy Wireless Earbuds:
There are several reasons why your earphones may not be connecting to your device.
Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on both devices, that the earphones are in pairing mode (by pressing and holding the power button until you hear a voice prompt), and that the name of the earphones (“Skullcandy” or whatever you have renamed them) is appearing under the list of Bluetooth devices on your device.
If all of these check out and your earphones still aren’t connecting, try resetting them by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds.
There are several ways to find out how much battery life your earphones have left. You can check the LED indicator on the front of the charging case or hold down the power button on your earphones to hear a voice prompt that will tell you how much time is left.
If your earphones are not being detected by your mobile device, make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on both devices (on mobile and headphones), that the earphones are in pairing mode (by pressing and holding the power button until you hear a voice prompt), and that they appear under My Devices or Available Devices list on your mobile device. If all of these check out and your earphones still aren’t connecting, try resetting them by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds.
You can shift between using one or two earbuds by following these steps:
1. Put on the left earbud. Instead of tapping to connect, press and hold until you hear a voice prompt (about five seconds) that says “Right bud only.” Repeat to shift control back to the right bud.
2. Place the right bud in your left ear. It will automatically shift control to its microphone so you can listen through it instead of your phone’s speaker. When finished, put it back in the case. Note that this might not work well for everyone, as it depends on how your ear is shaped.
Make sure that the power button is being pressed for two seconds instead of one. If you are still having trouble turning them on after trying this, try resetting your earphones by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds.
Pairing your Skullcandy wireless earbuds is an easy process that should only take a few minutes. By following the steps outlined in this post, you’ll be able to listen to your favorite music on the go without any hassle.
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below. We’ll do our best to help you out.