Harman International is a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics. Harman, on the other hand, owns multiple subbrands including Infinity, JBL, AKG etc. As most of you’d know, the latter is extensively used by Samsung for marketing purposes of its products with the slogan “tuned by AKG“. Samsung’s TWS – the Galaxy Buds and Buds+ are tuned by AKG and they’re pretty good TWSs for their respective price tags.
Samsung’s Galaxy Buds are performing well in the market, thanks to its affordability and other nifty features making it one of the best TWSs out there. Hence, if you’re one among the consumers who had bought a pair and enjoying the wearable all these while then this guide ought to help sometime in a long run whenever you face a hiccup or glitch in the performance of the buds.
Note: Factory resetting the Galaxy Buds/Buds+ deletes all music stored in the earbuds. Also, you can only reset the earbuds through the Galaxy Wearable app for Android, and both earbuds must be connected.
How to Reset Galaxy Buds
Once you’ve made up the mind of resetting your Galaxy Buds, then it’s time to know how to do so.
- First, navigate to and open the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone.
- Pair your Galaxy Buds/Buds+ with your Android device from Galaxy Wearable app.
- Tap About earbuds.
- Then Tap Reset earbuds
- Finally, tap Reset to confirm.
The above steps are for Android devices on which Galaxy Wearables app is available and can be installed. However, in the case of iOS devices, you can reset the buds by another app known as Buds+ app.
See, resetting Galaxy Buds is something tad easy. If you’ve upgraded to a new phone or want to switch the device your earbuds are connected to, you may need to reset your Samsung earbuds back to their default settings. However, if you experience minor problems like the earbuds being unresponsive, you can easily restart them instead. Depending on what kind of Galaxy Buds you have, the process may be a little different.