Bose Headsets offer you the most excellent audio experience, fetching the sweetest value in return for the cost. It is for this reason that these items find a massive demand worldwide. Even if the company takes utmost care about the quality and performance of the Headset, you are likely to face issues like poor connection, problems with the streaming performance, or inferior sound quality. The only solution to find these issues is to reset the device. It will help you to overcome these issues, enjoying seamless communication and excellent audio experience.
How to reset your Bose Headphone to solve minor issues?
If you are experiencing minor issues with the Headset, you can effectively solve it just by resetting the Headset. These activities take the minimum time, and you need to put the least effort in this regard. Following are the steps that you need to perform:
- You should power off the Headset and wait for 30 seconds.
- Now, you need to Plug your Bose Headset into a USB Power Source. You can do this, using a USB Chord. Once you have plug-in the Headset, you need to hold on for about 5 seconds.
- Remove the USB Chord from your Bose Headphone.
- Wait for about a minute.
- Power on the Headset, and check, if it starts working in the right manner.
- Though these steps help in eliminating minor issues with the Bose Headset, please note that it will never erase the list of the devices paired with your Headset.
How should you clear the device pairing list on your Bose Headphone?
If you were wondering, how to clear the pairing device list on a Bose Headset, here is your guide:
- Put off your Bose Headset.
- Keep pressing the Power button for about 10 seconds. You should hold on until you get to heart a voice command, suggesting that the Bluetooth Pairing list has been cleared.
- Erase the Bluetooth Headphone from the Bluetooth List from your device.
- Performing these steps, you can clear the pairing list of the devices, and the Headset is now ready to connect with a new target device.
What should you do if you are unable to connect your Bose Headphone with a device through Bluetooth?
Issues in connecting a Bose Headset with a device via Bluetooth is a simple task to perform. You require going through the following steps:
- Put off the device with your Bluetooth for some time, and put it on after a few seconds.
- Erase the Bose Headset from the Bluetooth list on the device and try to connect it back.
- Reboot the device and your Bose Headphone
- Take your device closer to the Bose Headset. Ensure that there are no barriers in between the device and the Headset. Put-off the Bluetooth on any other devices nearby.
- Now, you should try if you can pair the Headset with some other devices.
Doing these simple steps, you can overcome the issues that prevent in successful pairing between your Bose Headset and your target device.
How to put on the Pairing mode on your Bose Bluetooth Headset?
You can connect your Bose Headset with a target device, either manually, or through the Connect App. The manual pairing gets done as follows:
- Start by turning the Headset upside down so that you look to the bottom of the machine.
- Power the Bluetooth Headset.
- Now take the Headset closer to the targeted device that facilitates smooth connectivity.
- Now keep pressing the call button for about 5 seconds. It will take the Headset in the pairing mode, and it will start looking for available devices. At this phase, you will find the indicator keep glowing.
- If you decide to pair your Bose Headset with a device using the Bose app, proceed as follows:
- Download the app from Google Play or the iOS App Store.
- After you open the app, you need to get to the Connection tab.,
- Select the Connect New option, if you are pairing the target device with your Headset for the first time.
- Ensure that the Power Button on the Headset is on, while you are trying to connect the Headset with the device.
- Now, once you find the target device on the available device list, you need to select it by its name.
After a successful connection, you will find the indicator blinking for 2 seconds, indicating successful pairing with your target device.
Your Headset must be charged to the ultimate level so that the Bluetooth never gets shut down to save power.