Indy Evo is a wireless earbud that requires Bluetooth for its connection. As it is connected with a wireless connection, it may cause some problems when Indy Evo is not pairing.
Wireless connections mainly cause pairing issues, which causes the device not to be appropriately connected and causes trouble for you. It happens when you are in a good mood and want to hear some classic audio, but you find out that your earbuds are not connected to your phone. It is opposite from your expectations so it is not a good thing.
Let me tell you what you should perform when you think your device is not in a pairing mood. Make sure you follow the steps carefully!
Measure the distance
If your device is causing you connection trouble, it may be due to a considerable distance. Make sure you read the instructions for the device first so you will know how much space is okay to keep the device connected. It would help if you stay within your required distance range; otherwise, earbud audio will be blurred, and it will start disconnecting your device.
Every device has a different range of distance. It would help first to read your Indy Evo instruction book to check whether you are in the limited range. If you are not in the narrow range, then make sure to keep your distance limited. But if you are on the narrow ledge and still facing a connection problem, it is a sign that your earbud is not correctly working and needs to be repaired.
Charge your device
Make sure you take care of charging both things; the earbuds case and the earbuds. Sometimes, if your device is not ultimately charged, it starts causing you a connection problem. If your charging case is fully charged and only your earbuds need to be charged, you can quickly charge your device by attaching the earbuds with the earbuds’ wingtips.
Charging your device properly can solve your most common problems. If your device is not charged, you can’t expect to pair your device. Pairing your device needs at least 10% of charging. Ensure you care about the little things if you want to pair your device and enjoy its features.
Here is how you can easily reset your device and pair it first.
Reset your device
When the earbuds are off, you can hold the touch panel of both for at least 10 to 15 seconds. This process will reset your Indy Evo device. Once they are completely off, you can place them back in the charging case, and a red light will start blinking. Afterwards, you can pick them up individually and check if they are flashing blue lights. If yes, your device is ready to pair.
Resync Your Buds
Sometimes, you need help when both earbuds are not synced and play different audio. In this case, it is suggested that you should resync them. Turn both the earbuds off manually, then turn them on simultaneously. Ensure you connect the earbuds with only one device at a time.
Pair your Device
Now is the best time to pair your device once again. You have to turn on Bluetooth from your mobile phone to pair your device. Then, find the exact Indy Evo device and connect it to the earbuds. Then, you can play any audio of your choice and listen peacefully because, after many procedures, the device is ready to respond appropriately.
This complete guide explains how you can fix the pairing problem of your Indy Evo earbuds. All you need to do is follow this guide and learn the most common steps so you can fix your device anytime you need.