If the headphones don’t automatically go into pairing mode, press and hold the center button until the voice prompt says “Pairing”. At this time, turn on your device’s Bluetooth and search Look for “Hesh 2” in your list of available Bluetooth devices.
Skullcandy wireless speakers may or may not have separate power and Bluetooth pairing buttons depending on the model. Press and hold the pairing button for 4-5 seconds (varies by device) until the LED starts flashing – this indicates the headphones are now in pairing mode.
2) Turn off Bluetooth mode on your device. 3) Hold down the “+” and “-” buttons. This will clear the pairing history. 4) A voice prompt should say “Disconnected” and the headphones will enter pairing mode and a voice prompt will say “Pair”.
If your earbuds don’t pair after selecting them in your Bluetooth settings, remove Method Active in your device. Turn your Method Active off and on again. It enters pairing mode. In your Bluetooth settings, select the Active on new devices method.
Make sure the two devices are close enough. It’s probably worth noting that you’ll want to make sure any devices you’re trying to pair are within five feet of each other. Turn the devices off and on again. A soft reset can sometimes solve a problem.
Turn on the Hesh BT and in “Device Discovery Mode” press and hold the “Volume +” and “Volume -” buttons simultaneously for up to 5 seconds or until you hear a long double beep. This action will erase any devices previously paired with the Hesh BT and take you straight to pairing mode.
You are in pairing or discovery mode. This means your headphones are looking for another Bluetooth device to connect to. Sometimes headphones in pairing mode try to connect to another device but fail. There’s an error pairing, so they’re flashing red and blue to let you know.
On your laptop or smartphone, delete your Skullcandy headphones from the list of paired devices. Press and hold both volume up and volume down buttons on the right earcup . Wait for the two LED indicators to flash amber to indicate the headphones have been reset.
If you have already paired your headphones, they will connect automatically and the bottom LED will flash blue. If the bottom LED is flashing red, it means the connection has been lost.
Make sure your earbuds are placed next to your device so they can detect each other. Turn on your Bluetooth enabled device. Go to your phone’s settings, then Bluetooth and select your Skullcandy earbuds from the list of detected devices. Go ahead and click on it to pair it with the phone again.