The F9 earbuds are supposed to pair with each other automatically after taking them out of the charging case. But if the left and right earbuds cannot connect with each other, then it happens due to a Bluetooth error.
If your F9 headphones won’t pair together, then don’t panic, you can easily fix it by resetting the earbuds. Fortunately, we have explained how you can reset your earbuds and fix the earbuds that won’t pair together.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s read below and fix your F9 headphones.
Why F9 Headphones Won’t Pair Together?
F9 earbuds have an auto-pairing feature and they will sync with each other automatically. Once they are synced, you just need to connect the earbuds to your phone via Bluetooth.
This headphone has another feature which is called “Single Earbud Mode”. You can connect only one earbud to your phone while keeping another earbud inside the charging case. But many users face problems connecting both earbuds together to the phone after using the single mode.
Again, phone system error or Bluetooth error is also responsible for this issue.
How Do I Reset the F9 Earbuds That Won’t Connect Together?
You just need to reset the F9 headset and remove the Bluetooth connectivity history from your mobile device. Follow the steps below to reset your F9 headphone.
Step 1: Put both earbuds back into the charging case.
Step 2: Touch and hold the touchpads of both earbuds until the LED indicator starts flashing blue and white lights alternatively.
Step 3: Now release your fingers from the earbuds and wait until they sync with each other successfully.
Note: If the left LED indicator starts flashing blue and white light alternatively, that means the syncing is done.
Step 4: Go to the Bluetooth settings on your smartphone and erase or delete the previous pairing record of the F9 headphone from the list.
Step 5: Now, take both earbuds out from the charging case and wait until the left earbud successfully synced with the right earbud.
Note: Once the sync is successful, the left earbud will flash blue and white light alternatively while the right earbud will flash white light slowly.
Step 5: Finally, go to Bluetooth settings on your smartphone, select “Connect New Device”, select “F9 Earbuds” and tap “Pair” to pair the earbuds to your phone.
Now play audio and check if both earbuds are working or not.
If still you can hear from only one earbud, then the other earbud is probably out of charge. Make sure that both earbuds are fully charged and don’t forget to recharge your charging case also. If the charging case is out of charge, then it will be unable to recharge the earbuds.
However, if your earbuds are fully charged and still they aren’t pairing with each other, then the earbud is probably damaged and in that case, you’ll need to contact customer support. Visit [email protected] and contact them.
It has been reported by many F9 headphone users that the earbuds won’t pair together after connecting them to the mobile device and the fix is quite straightforward. Just reset the earbuds and erase pairing records from the device and try to connect again. We hope you’ve found this guide helpful in fixing your F9 earbuds. If you have any questions regarding this topic, feel free to ask in our comment section below. Thanks for reading.
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