Wireless headphones are much better than regular ones due to many reasons. In the case of the wired ones, there are always issues regarding the wires. Those problems never occur with wireless headphones. The issues that we face at the time of using the wireless headphones are different than the normal. Sometimes, there are pairing problems, and at other times, there are connectivity issues. Hence, here in this piece of writing, we are going to talk about wireless headphone problems and their solutions so that people are able to use them.
How To Connect Philips Bluetooth Headphones?
When you are trying to connect the Philips Bluetooth Headphone, the steps are straightforward. It requires a number of steps to connect the headphones with your mobile device. The steps for that are as follows:
- First of all, you have to make sure that the mobile device is in the Power On mode. Also, it should have an adequate amount of charge so that we can pair the headphone.
- Now, you have to go to the Connectivity Settings of the mobile device. This works both for Android and Apple iPhone devices. You have to turn on the settings for the Bluetooth.
- After turning on the Bluetooth on the mobile phone, you can verify the connection by checking the notification center of the phone. In the notification center, you will be able to see the Bluetooth logo.
- After this, you have to make sure that your Philips headphone has an 80 percent charge in order to pair with the mobile device. Otherwise, you will have to charge the headphone to that level to continue the steps for the process.
- Now, for this step, you have to press the power button of the headphone. By pressing down the power button of the headphone, you will have to turn the headphone off.
- After making sure that the headphone is in the off state, you will have to press and hold the power button of the headphone. You will have to press the button for ten seconds or more. After doing this, you will be able to enter into the pairing mode of the headphone. In this mode, you will see that white and blue LED lights are blinking.
- If you fail to enter into the pairing state of the headphone, you will have to repeat the steps 5 and 6. This happens because of the time barrier. In the case of the Philips headphones, you have to five minutes to go into the pairing mode.
- Then, you need to check for the available devices on the mobile phone. You will have to find the headphones in the Bluetooth device list. After that, you have to select the headphone.
- After selecting the headphone, it may require a passcode for the pairing purpose. For that, you will have to enter the default passcodes like 0000 or 1111, etc.
- Finally, if you enter the right code for pairing, you will be able to connect your Bluetooth headphone with the mobile device.
With all these steps, you can connect the Philips headset with your mobile device.
How To Reset My Philips Bluetooth Headphones?
Resetting the headphone is the best troubleshooting method for any issue. But, sometimes, you do not know how to do that, or you face some different problems. Hence, to reset the Philips Bluetooth headphones,
- You will have to turn off the headphone.
- Then, you have to press the Power and Volume Down button together for seven seconds or more.
- After this, you will see that blue LED light blinking four times.
- After the blinking, your headphone will go back to the factory settings. In this way, you will be able to delete all the pairing information of the headphone with the mobile device.
How To Know My Philips Headphone Connection Status From The LED Lights
From the following tabular data, you will be able to know the headphone status from the LED light.
|INDICATOR||HEADPHONES CONNECTION STATUS|
|The blue light is flashing for every eight second||The headphone is in the pairing mode. The headphone is in connection with a Bluetooth device. The headphone may be in Working or Stand By condition.|
|The blue and white light is flashing continuously||The headphone is waiting for a connection. After this, you can connect the headphone with a Bluetooth device.|
|The blue light of the headphone is only flashing||The headphone is on, but it is not in pairing mode. It is waiting for a connection.|
With this, you will be able to know about the connection status of the headphones.