There was a time when we used to plug and play the headphones just to play songs over the headphone. Thankfully, now you don’t have to deal with tangled wires and uneven sound distortions. The all-new Galaxy Buds give seamlessly amazing experience on your Samsung Galaxy S10. However, recently many people complaint that only one Galaxy buds is connecting to Samsung S10, which is a really awful situation for them, after spending that much money on Buds.
Connecting Galaxy Buds to Samsung S10 is quite easy if you prefer the correct article and method to do so. If you are one of them, with the only one Galaxy buds playing on Samsung S10, then you need to ensure that the buds are paired correctly. In this tutorial, we have shown the way to connect Galaxy buds to Samsung phone, and if you are right about the pairing process but still only one Galaxy buds is playing then, follow along.
- 0.1 How to Pair Galaxy Buds to Samsung Galaxy S10
- 0.2 How to Pair Galaxy Buds Manually to Samsung Galaxy S10
- 1 Fix Only One Galaxy Earbuds is connecting at a time to Samsung S10
How to Pair Galaxy Buds to Samsung Galaxy S10
Pairing Galaxy Buds to Samsung S10 or any Samsung phone does barely takes time and energy. This method will show you how to pair Galaxy Buds to Samsung S10 automatically.
- Put the Galaxy Buds in the charging case and make sure they are charged or partially charged.
- Bring the charging case near the Samsung S10 and open the lid.
- Afterward, in your Galaxy S10, a pop-up will arise that will ask if you want to connect Galaxy Buds to S10.
- Select Connect.
How to Pair Galaxy Buds Manually to Samsung Galaxy S10
Another alternative way to pair Galaxy buds with Samsung S10 is manual. Just like we used to do with any other headphone.
- Press and hold the touchpad on your Galaxy Bud.
- On your Samsung S10, go to Settings
- Connections > Bluetooth.
- Tap on Galaxy Buds, when it is listed.
Yet, only one Galaxy buds playing on Samsung Galaxy S10? It seems like, your Galaxy Buds are facing some serious software issue. Try a few more tricks to get your issue fixed.
Fix Only One Galaxy Earbuds is connecting at a time to Samsung S10
Trick 1: Update the Galaxy Buds
If Galaxy buds are not pairing with S10 or only one Galaxy buds is playing on Samsung S10, then it possibly it might be your outdated software. Most of the connection issues on Galaxy buds occurs due to outdated firmware and positively fixed by updating them to the latest software version. You should do the same,
- Go to the Galaxy Wearable app when one of the buds is still connected.
- Navigate to About Earbuds.
- Next, activate Debug mode, so tap on the Device name 10 times.
- Press the Request Wait for a few seconds.
- All the information relates to Galaxy Buds will be displayed on the screen, including SW Version that ends with SC2 or SC4.
- Close charging case with one bud inside the case and keep one out.
- Now, on the Galaxy Wearable app, tap Connect to re-pair the Galaxy Buds with Samsung S10.
- Repeat the same steps to get the debug information of another bud.
Besides, I would also suggest you keep your Samsung S10 updated to the latest firmware to avoid such consequences.
Trick 2: Reset Earbuds
If the Galaxy Buds are experiencing connection issues and Buds are unable to connect to Samsung S10, then reset is a good option. Remember that, if you reset Galaxy buds, the data of buds will be erased from the Wearable app as well as earbud’s storage. But it doesn’t matter, once both Earbuds starts playing, you can customize them later.
- Go to the About Earbuds section on your Galaxy Wearable app.
- Scroll and tap Reset Earbuds.
- Confirm Reset.
Trick 3: Update Galaxy Wearable App
The Galaxy Buds rely on Wearable app of Samsung phone, therefore, if there is any issue or glitch with the app, there are good chances of alike errors. Make sure the Galaxy Wearable app installed on your device is working absolutely fine and if possible, then update the app.
Trick 4: Re-install Galaxy Wearable App
Since the above trick didn’t work to fix only one Galaxy buds is connecting to Samsung S10, then you should remove the Wearable app and re-install it. Deleting Wearable app from the device would remove all the cache files and settings from the device. Along with all these data, the malfunctioned file will also exclude from the phone.
Trick 5: Contact Samsung Care
All those above troubleshooting are associated with software related issues of your Galaxy buds. So, anyone from the above didn’t work to fix only one Earbud is playing on Samsung S10, then I guess your Earbuds are dealing with any hardware issues. You can seek help from here.