You might be wondering how to pair Beats earbuds with your iPhone, Android device, or PC. In order to connect your headphones with your device, first go to the settings and search for Bluetooth. Then, choose Bluetooth and other devices from the list. On some new iPhone models, Beats earbuds may detect themselves automatically when they turn on. If not, follow the steps below to reconnect your Beats to your device.

Bluetooth pairing mode

Bluetooth pairing mode

Sometimes, your Bluetooth pairing mode for Beats earbuds doesn’t work. Sometimes, it may just be a simple matter of turning off the Bluetooth function on your phone. If this is the case, you can try putting the headphones in pairing mode temporarily. If you continue to encounter the issue, you can try making your device forget about them. This should resolve the problem, but in some cases, you might have to restart your device in order to make it work.

Once you’ve enabled the Bluetooth feature on your headphones, you can pair them with your phone. Make sure that the Bluetooth pairing mode is on. Turn off the Bluetooth device and wait about five seconds. Once this time has elapsed, the pairing mode will be canceled and you’ll have to start all over again. If you can’t pair the Bluetooth devices, make sure that the units are within 10 feet or three meters of each other.

Connecting to two devices at once

If you’ve gotten a new pair of Beats wireless earbuds, you may have noticed that you can only connect to one device at a time. Unfortunately, this can happen for a number of reasons. First, you need to make sure that both your devices have Bluetooth enabled. If they don’t have Bluetooth enabled, power cycling can help. If that doesn’t work, try renaming the bluetooth devices on both devices and see if that helps.

Disconnecting your Beats from a device

If you’ve been experiencing frequent disconnections from your Beats headphones, you’re not alone. The brand is so well-known that it’s possible that your headphones have been disconnected due to signal interference, earwax buildup, or other hardware problems. Sometimes, this happens when you try to connect your headphones to a computer or streaming service such as Netflix. However, it’s possible to fix the issue with a simple restart or by using a technical fix.

Resetting Your Beats

If your Beats earbuds have stopped working or are not pairing properly, you can reset them. This process can be performed by holding the system button on the headphones for 15 seconds. After the LEDs flash white and red in succession, the headphones will be reset. Once they have completed the process, you can pair them with other devices. But first, let’s learn how to reset your Beats earbuds.


Make sure the earbuds are plugged in. Put the charging case in a dry and clean place. The Lightning connector is prone to dirt, moisture, and other impurities. To clean it properly, disconnect the headphones from your computer and wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using liquids or abrasives on the connector. If the headphones are still not working after performing these steps, you may have sweat in them. Dry them well and reconnect them.