If you are owning Skullcandy Earbuds, then you are one of those people who can proudly say that they are having the best sound experience because the sound quality of Skull candy is exceptional.
Moreover, they make tough products that are not easy to demolish. If you’re having trouble with your Skullcandy Indy left earbud, try these steps to see if you can fix it on your own.
Why do we face the problem first hand? Is it the hardware or the software issue or both of them? We will find out as we proceed through the article further. Let us discuss some possibilities due to which problem has been caused.
Debris in the charging box
If you’re hearing popping or crackling while listening to your Indy headphones, it could be a sign that debris (like dust or dirt) has gotten into its charging case.
To fix it, try these steps:
- Remove any buildup from the inside of your case using a cotton swab.
- Clean each headphone as well as both parts of its charging case with a moist cloth
- Wipe off any moisture from your charging case and plug it in to charge for at least 15 minutes.
Hopefully, your earbuds will be working fine again. Sometimes, when you open your charging case, due to the passage of time the dust enters it.
Due to the dust in it, the charging from the pins to the earbud stops, and hence the battery of the earbud becomes dead.
Cleaning your charging case can do the job. Clean the case and try again.
Reset the earbuds
Plug both of your Skullcandy headphones out of the case. On each earbud, simultaneously press and touch on the center and hold. Hold until you see a red indicator flashing.
The earbuds should now work properly. Repeat these steps if necessary; sometimes resetting an individual side will fix only that side, while at other times it is necessary to reset both at once.
If the problem does not get solved by merely resetting earbuds, you need to try other steps. The problem might be in the hardware.
Audio Jack problem
The most common reason Skullcandy headphones do not work is due to a bad audio jack. When you connect your Skullcandy headphones to your device and it does not play sound, then your audio jack is faulty.
To test if you have a bad audio jack, use another set of headphones with your device and see if they work. If another pair of headphones works with your device, then you know there is something wrong with the audio jack on your Skullcandy headphones.
Forget the earbuds from the device and reconnect
Most of the time when you are unable to connect your earbuds to the device, there is probably the problem of pairing.
Pairing issues play their role due to which you are unable to connect your earbuds to the device.
What you need to do is to forget the earbuds from the Bluetooth device you want to connect and then reconnect them. This would possibly solve the issue.
Earbud might be broken
It is very important that your both earbuds get connected with each other if you want to have a genuine experience of listening to things and have a true experience of Skullcandy earbuds.
Follow the steps mentioned in the article and in case of any problem contact Skullcandy.
You can also question me in the comment section in case of any queries.