Hey there, fellow music lover!
You’re probably here looking for some troubleshooting ideas…If your JLab earbuds are not pairing or connecting properly, instead of throwing them away and before calling the repair guy, you should attempt to resolve the issues yourself with a simple reset.
In this step-by-step guide, we’re going to teach you how to reset your JLab earbuds. Whether you’re dealing with Bluetooth blues, audio anomalies, or just want a clean slate, we’ve got your back. Let’s dive in and get your earbuds back on track so you can enjoy your music to the fullest!
Why Reset Your JLab Earbuds?
Good question. You should intend for a reset in case of any of these followings discussed below:
1. Connectivity Issues:
Resetting your JLab earbuds can be a lifesaver when you’re experiencing connectivity problems. This might include difficulties pairing your earbuds with your device or frequent disconnections. Therefore, resetting can refresh the Bluetooth connection and often solves these issues, allowing you to enjoy uninterrupted audio.
2. Audio Problems:
Audio glitches can be frustrating, such as distorted sound, low volume, or one earbud not working correctly. That’s why resetting can help recalibrate the earbuds, resolving these audio issues and restoring the high-quality sound that JLab earbuds are known for.
3. Outdated Software:
JLab may release firmware updates to improve performance, add features, or fix bugs. Hence, resetting your earbuds can sometimes be necessary to ensure that your earbuds are up-to-date and running the latest software, enhancing their overall functionality.
4. Factory Reset:
If you plan to sell or give away your JLab earbuds, performing a factory reset is crucial. This wipes all personal data and settings from the earbuds, ensuring that your information remains secure.
How to Factory Reset JLab GO Air Earbuds?
All set to reset your earbuds? Let’s go through the step-by-step guidelines then:
1. Put the Earbuds in Their Charging Case
Start by placing your JLab earbuds into their charging case. Make sure they are properly seated and charging. Also, don’t forget to remove/cancel “JLab GO Air Pop” from your Bluetooth device settings.
2. Keep the Lid Open
Leave the lid of the charging case open. This step is crucial for the reset process, as it puts the earbuds in pairing mode.
3. Press and Hold Button
On the charging case, locate the reset button and press and hold it for 5 seconds. This button is typically found on the back or bottom of the case, depending on your JLab earbud model.
- For JLab Air earbuds, it’s often a small button on the back of the case.
- For JLab JBuds, check the bottom of the case.
You may also tap and hold the 7x button on both the earbuds in the charging case.
4. Observe the LED Indicators
While holding the reset button, watch for the LED indicators on the earbuds and the charging case. Most likely you’ll notice that the earbuds will flash blue light 4 times to indicate a successful reset.
5. Release the Button
Let go of the press and hold then take both earbuds out of the charging case. One earbud may be solid white and the other may flash blue/white suggesting that your earbuds are all set to connect to an external device.
6. Reconnect to Your Device
Now that your JLab earbuds are reset, you can pair them with your device again. Go to the Bluetooth settings on your device, find the earbuds, and select them to connect.
What to Do When JLab GO Air Earbuds Won’t Reset?
If your JLab earbuds won’t reset successfully no matter what you do, or if the audio problems and glitches continue despite numerous reset attempts, perhaps you should seek help from a professional technician.
In such a case, an internal/technical component could be defective and malfunctioning due to physical damages or prolonged exposure to water.
Unfortunately, there’s nothing much you can do except for getting it replaced by a new one. Well, here’s the good news – JLab offers a 2 year warranty on most of its earbud models. If you are within the 2 year window, it’s a good idea to contact JLab customer service to see if you’re eligible for a free repair or replacement.
In conclusion, resetting your JLab earbuds can be a quick and effective way to resolve various issues, including connectivity problems and audio issues. We hope, by following our step-by-step instructions, you’ll be able to perform a soft reset or even a hard factory reset if needed.
A final tip before we say goodbye – always remember to check the specific instructions for your JLab earbud model from the User Manual booklet. That way you’ll have accurate information on the reset button location and LED indicator color patterns of your specific model.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How do I reset my JLab Go Air Wireless earbuds?
Answer: To reset your JLab Go Air Wireless earbuds, place both earbuds in the charging case, ensure it’s open, and press and hold the button on the back of the case for about 10 seconds. The earbuds will flash rapidly, indicating a reset. Release the button, close and reopen the case to re-pair the earbuds with your device via Bluetooth.
2. How do I pair my JLab earbuds left and right?
Answer: To pair your JLab earbuds’ left and right earpieces, start by placing both earbuds into the charging case and ensure they are properly seated and charging. Keep the lid of the charging case open during this process to enable Bluetooth pairing mode.
Once the earbuds are in the case with the lid open, they should automatically enter pairing mode, often indicated by LED indicators blinking on the earbuds. Now, on your device (like a smartphone, tablet, or computer), go to the Bluetooth settings. Look for your JLab earbuds in the list of available devices and select them to complete the pairing process.
3. How do I change my JLab earbud settings?
Answer: Firstly, ensure your earbuds are connected to your device via Bluetooth. Then, download the JLab audio app from your device’s app store if you haven’t already. Open the app, and it should automatically detect your connected JLab earbuds. From there, you can access a range of settings depending on your specific JLab earbud model. These settings often include customizing the equalizer for different audio profiles, adjusting the touch controls, managing firmware updates, and checking the battery status.
4. Why is my JLab earbud flashing blue?
Answer: If your JLab earbud is flashing blue, it typically indicates that the earbud is in pairing mode or actively trying to establish or maintain a Bluetooth connection with a paired device. However, in some JLab earbud models, a blue flashing light can indicate a low battery or that the earbud needs to be charged soon.
5. Why are my JLab earbuds not pairing together?
Answer: If your JLab earbuds are not pairing together, try the following steps:
- Place both earbuds in the charging case and ensure they are charging.
- Remove both earbuds from the case.
- Ensure both earbuds are in pairing mode (typically indicated by flashing LED lights).
- On your device, go to Bluetooth settings and forget the earbuds’ previous connections.
- Reconnect both earbuds from the Bluetooth menu on your device.