Last Updated on 04/03/2023
When using the Google Pixel Buds A-Series, you may experience problems with trying to connect to your other device. Your earbuds may also get randomly disconnected. You can take a look at this troubleshooting guide at Seeking Tech to see how you can resolve these Bluetooth connection issues.
1. To start off, make sure that your earbuds are charged.
To recharge the Google Pixel Buds A-Series, put them inside your charging case. We recommend waiting at least 15 minutes for your earbuds to charge.
You might also want to plug in the charging case to a power source if it is running out of battery life as well.
2. If your earbuds are charged and you are still experiencing connection issues, then you can try to turn off and then turn back on the Bluetooth connection on the device you are trying to connect your earbuds with (this may be a smartphone, tablet or other compatible products).
On the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, for example, you can swipe downwards from the top of the screen to open Quick Settings. Here, you need to tap the Bluetooth setting to disable it and tap the Bluetooth setting again to re-enable it.
3. You can also upgrade the firmware versions for both your earbuds as well as the paired device. To find out how to update your Pixel Buds A-Series, you can take a look at this tutorial.
4. If you are using Wi-Fi and mobile data at the same time, then you may experience connection issues with your earbuds when you switch to Wi-Fi to mobile or vice versa.
To fix this, you can try disabling Wi-Fi from the paired device.
5. The connection of your Google Pixel Buds A-Series may also be hindered with other wireless devices.
Therefore, we recommend keeping your distance away from any microwave ovens, wireless speakers, Wi-Fi routers and other devices that use wireless communications.
6. You can also try forgetting your Google Pixel Buds A-Series from the Bluetooth menu of your paired device.
Afterwards, you can try pairing your earbuds once again to see if doing so will resolve the connection issues.
7. If none of the aforementioned potential solutions work, then one last step you can take is to reset your Pixel Buds A-Series. This process will delete everything, including firmware updates in addition to your pairing and other custom settings, with the exception of its original settings.
To see how you can factory reset your Google Pixel Buds A-Series, you can take a look at this step-by-step tutorial.