You may find that you have a problem with the Skullcandy Indy Evo not pairing together in your latest Android device, but they were able to pair perfectly fine in older devices. How do you fix this? There’s a quick solution to this problem, as long as you’re willing to root your Android device or install custom firmware. Here are some possible solutions to fix the pairing issue.
Method to Fix Skullcandy Indy Evo Not Pairing Together
Here are the steps you need to follow to fix your Skullcandy Indy Evo headphones.
- Make sure your device’s Bluetooth is enabled and working correctly.
- Go into your Bluetooth settings and find the device you want to connect with the headphones.
- After pairing the devices, press Play on both of them simultaneously.
- If it doesn’t work for some reason, turn off both devices for 10 seconds before turning them back on again.
Check for Software Updates
- If you do not have the latest software update, your device will not pair with your mobile phone.
- To check for software updates, open settings and go to the General tab. Under Software Update, select Check for Updates.
- If an update is available, click on the download button. If there are no updates available, continue to follow the instructions.
Reset both devices
Turning off the devices and then turning them back on. Keeping the device near each other. Turning off Bluetooth on one of the devices and then turning it back on. Turning off Bluetooth on both devices and then turning it back on again.
Check the Bluetooth settings on your device
The first step is to check the Bluetooth settings on your device. If it shows that the headphones are connected, then you may have a faulty appliance or battery. Try connecting your headphones with another phone or tablet and see if they work correctly. If not, go ahead and contact customer service for a warranty replacement.
Repair by resetting
To do this, power off the headset and press the volume up button for five seconds. Once it is powered back on, try pairing your device again. If it does not pair successfully, try connecting it using Bluetooth settings on your computer or mobile device.
Try with another device
If the headphones are not pairing with your device, try using them with another device. Make sure that both devices have Bluetooth turned on. You can turn it off on one of them, then turn it on again. It is also helpful if you take out the battery from one of the devices for about 30 seconds.
You can do a few things if your wireless earbuds won’t pair together. If you’re trying to pair them for the first time, ensure that both earbuds have full batteries before turning them on. Sometimes one of the earbuds will turn off before the other one does, which can cause a pairing error. Try turning off the earbuds and then powering them back on until they pair up successfully.
We hope this blog post helped you fix the problem! If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us in the comments below.