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How to factory reset the Google Pixel Buds A-Series

Factor resetting your Google Pixel Buds A-Series may help fix any issues you have related to connecting, pairing, audio quality and more. To reset your earbuds to its factory settings, you can take a look at this step-by-step guide at Seeking Tech.

Before we begin, it is important to note that this procedure will erase all of the custom settings you have set for your wireless earbuds, which includes the Bluetooth pairing information.

In order to factor reset the Google Pixel Buds A-Series, you need to do the following:

1. First off, make sure that the left and ear buds are properly inserted into their designated compartments in the charging case.

If you position them correctly, they should snap into place.

2. Next, you need to use an USB-A to USB-C cable (the one that came with the ear buds should work perfectly) to connect the charging case to a power source.

The power source can be power adapter or another device that can be used as a power bank.

3. Make sure that the top of the charging case remains open.

4. Next, you need to press and hold the pairing button for around 30 seconds. This button is located at the lower back. It is shaped like a small pill.

5. When you pressed the pairing button down on the Google Pixel Buds A-Series charging case, the light indicator at the front of the charging case should start blinking a white color. Once it stops blinking, you can let go of the pairing button.

6. Afterwards, the indicator on the case will alternate between blinking white and orange. This indicates that the factor resetting process in ongoing.

7. Once the indicator starts only blinking a white light, then that signals that the reset has been completed. This also means that your earbuds are ready to be paired with another device.

If you are pairing the Google Pixel Buds A-Series to the same device as before the factory reset, make sure you forget the original pairing first on the Bluetooth menu of the device.