Pixel Buds are great, but there are some things you should know. Learn how to keep it charged and how to factory reset Pixel Buds? Don’t worry! Your Pixel Buds are still here. We just need to do a factory reset. It’s easy and you can follow along with the steps below.

If you’re looking for a way to reset your Pixel Buds, you’ve come to the right place. The great thing about the Google Pixel Buds is that they are relatively easy to set up and use. Setting them up is quite simple; they are good enough even for those who don’t know too much about electronics. But, nothing is perfect, especially when it comes to technology; glitches are bound to happen. 

We all have days when we misplace our Pixel Buds. This guide will teach you how to find them and How to Factory Reset Pixel Buds? In the unusual case that you cannot find your headphones, use this guide to reset them. 

How to Factory Reset Pixel Buds?

First, plug the charging case into the power source using a USB-A to USB-C cable for a factory reset. 

Make sure your Google Pixel case is seated properly and leave the charging case properly open. 

  • Then reset by pressing the pairing button on the back of the case for 30 seconds.
  • When the status light stops bouncing, you can release the pairing button. 

After releasing the pairing button, the status light will flash white and orange to indicate the reset process. When the reset is complete, the status light will start bouncing white again. 

Once the status light turns white, your pixel buds are reset and it is ready to pair with the device. 

How to troubleshoot your Google Pixel Buds?

If you’re having trouble with your Pixel Buds, please ensure your earbuds are charged, Bluetooth is on, and your phone is nearby. 

Restart the device you were trying to connect with your Pixel Buds. On your device, forget or delete your Pixel Buds and put them into pairing mode again. 

For Pixel and other Android 6.0 or newer phones, open the charging case and look for the fast pair notification on your phone. For other Bluetooth-enabled devices, press and hold the pairing button on the charging case until the status light pulses white. 

If your Pixel Buds are still not connected, you can try resetting your Pixel Buds and charging case. If your Pixel Buds still do not connect, you can try resetting your Pixel Buds and charging case. 

Plug your case into a power source with the USB C cable. Hold the pairing button for about 30 seconds. When the earbud status light stops blinking white, let go of the pairing button. 

The light should blink white and orange until the reset is complete and then start blinking white to indicate the earbuds have been reset and are ready to be paired. 


We hope this article helped you to reset your Pixel Buds. Did this article help you resolve your issue? If so, please use the comment box below to provide feedback on our help content. It will be greatly appreciated! 

Frequently Ask Question 

Q: Why aren’t Pixel Buds pairing with my device? 

A: Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on in your phone’s settings menu and make sure to close out of any other devices connected to your phone or tablet. If you’re having trouble, try restarting your phone and/or your headphones by holding down the power button for 10 seconds, then release and let them restart. 

Q: What is Fast Pair? 

A: Fast Pair helps you quickly set up Pixel Buds by automatically sending the correct settings to your phone so there’s no need to type in a passcode. It’s available on Android 6.0 and up or iPhone 6S and later when using Google Assistant (it will not work with Google Now).  

Q: Can I use Pixel Buds with an iPhone?

A: Yes, you can use Pixel Buds with an iPhone. However, if you have an Android device, we recommend connecting Pixel Buds to the Google Assistant for the best experience. For more details, please visit support.google.com/pixelbuds. 

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