Cowin E7 is one of the budget segment noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones that offers a great wireless range with mid-range sound quality. E7 headphones are quite affordable in price and decent in terms of the user experience. They look really aesthetic and have a comfortable design statement with long battery life, etc. However, some users are reporting that they’re facing the Cowin E7 Bluetooth Not Working or Pairing Issue quite often.
Now, if you’re one of the Cowin E7 headphone users and facing issues with the Bluetooth connectivity or pairing or even disconnection then make sure to follow this troubleshooting guide below to quickly resolve it. As the name suggests, wireless (Bluetooth) headphones do offer Bluetooth or wireless connectivity with the mobile device or computer quite easily and conveniently so that you don’t worry about inserting jacks or carrying wires, etc.
But sometimes wireless connectivity can also cause several issues with stability due to the Bluetooth range or pairing issue. Most of the Bluetooth headphone users do encounter issues with the Bluetooth connectivity either not working or not pairing or can’t detect the device or even frequent connection drops, etc. As these are quite common issues among Bluetooth headphone users, you can manually try fixing them out by following this article.
- Fix: Cowin E7 Bluetooth Not Working / Pairing Issue
- 1. Restart Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphones
- 2. Use a Third-Party Software
- 3. Try Pairing Headphones Again
- 4. Reset Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphones
- 5. Check Bluetooth Connectivity on the PC or Phone
- 6. Disconnect Headphones from other devices
- 7. Use Hardware Troubleshooter on Windows PC
- 8. Restart Bluetooth Service on Windows
- 9. Contact Custom Support
Fix: Cowin E7 Bluetooth Not Working / Pairing Issue
Here we’ve shared a couple of possible workarounds that should help you out. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below.
1. Restart Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphones
Make sure to restart your Cowin Bluetooth Headphone before jumping into any other method whatsoever. A simple reboot to the Bluetooth Headphone will do the job perfectly in most scenarios. However, if the normal restart doesn’t come in handy, try following the next method.
2. Use a Third-Party Software
The second thing you should do is simply use third-party software on your Windows computer to check whether there is an issue with the Bluetooth driver or not. You’ll find a couple of reliable driver packs online that’ll do the job for you.
Sometimes a missing or corrupted or even an outdated Bluetooth driver can also cause multiple issues with the Bluetooth connectivity.
3. Try Pairing Headphones Again
- First, turn on Bluetooth of the Cowin Bluetooth Headphone or the BNC (Bluetooth Noise Cancelling) mode.
- Next, you’ll have to turn on your Windows computer > Open Settings (Win+I keys) then click on Devices.
- Click on Bluetooth & other devices > Turn on the Bluetooth toggle.
- Then navigate to Add Bluetooth or other device > Choose your Cowin Bluetooth Headphones from the list of devices.
- Finally, click on the Connect button to pair > Click on Done.
4. Reset Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphones
- Try removing the battery cell from the left earcup by using your fingers.
- Take away the battery and reinsert.
- Now, reverse the method again to reset the headphone easily in the same orientation that was placed by default.
It should fix the Bluetooth connectivity issue. If not, you can follow the next method.
5. Check Bluetooth Connectivity on the PC or Phone
Meanwhile, you should also check if the Bluetooth device is connected to your phone or the computer properly. Sometimes the problem may appear from the phone or computer and not from the Bluetooth Headphones. If that’s the reason, then make sure to check for the Bluetooth connectivity by using another Bluetooth device to the phone or computer accordingly.
6. Disconnect Headphones from other devices
If your Bluetooth Headphone is still unable to pair or connect with the computer or phone then make sure to disconnect the headphone from other devices which have been already connected previously. A single Bluetooth device can’t be connected with multiple devices once at a time (except for TWS earbuds).
So, it’ll be better to disconnect the Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphone from all other devices and then try pairing it again.
7. Use Hardware Troubleshooter on Windows PC
You can also check for the hardware troubleshooting option on the Windows computer if nothing seems to fix the Bluetooth connectivity issue yet. To do so:
- Press the Windows key to open the Start menu.
- Now, type troubleshoot in the search bar and hit Enter.
- Click on Troubleshoot Settings from the search result > Now, click on Other Troubleshooters.
- Go to Find and fix other problems > Select Hardware and Devices.
- Click on Run the troubleshooter and select Next to run it.
- Wait for the process to complete and then restart your computer.
- Finally, you can try pairing the Bluetooth headphones again to check for the issue.
8. Restart Bluetooth Service on Windows
Sometimes the chances are high that the Bluetooth service is either stopped or set to manual on the Windows computer. Therefore, you should check for the same and follow the steps below if required.
- Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box.
- Now, type services.msc and press Enter to open the Services interface.
- Then search for Bluetooth Support Service and make sure to right-click on it.
- Click on Restart > Right-click on the Bluetooth service again.
- Next, click on Properties > Choose Automatic from the Startup type.
- Finally, click on OK to save changes > Restart the computer to apply changes.
This method should fix the Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphones Not Working or Not Pairing issue.
9. Contact Custom Support
However, if none of the methods worked for you and you’re sure that the problem is occurring at the Cowin E7 Bluetooth Headphone then make sure to contact Cowin Customer Support for further assistance on it. If the headphone is under the replacement period or under warranty then ask for the same.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below.
I have Cowin E7 and new 2022 Samsung 65″ TU7000. The transponder used on older Samsung had bayonet (?) type plug in to audio out. New set has different plug in receiver type. HOw now do I get my Cowin E7 to work?
My cowin e7 overear headphones are not pairingbwith my Samsung devices(tablet, or phone) when attempting to to connect a pin is requested; ive tried 0000,1234, 1111, 0001, 0002, and 0003. Is there anotjer pin, or fix flr this?
I’m sorry to hear you’re having trouble pairing your Cowin E7 headphones with your Samsung devices. Usually, ‘0000’ or ‘1234’ are the default PINs for most Bluetooth devices. However, since these don’t seem to work for you, I have a few suggestions:
Check the User Manual: Sometimes, the PIN might be mentioned in the user manual that came with the headphones. Make sure to check this.
Reset the Headphones: Try resetting your headphones to their factory settings. This process can differ depending on the device, but it generally involves holding down certain buttons for a specific period. You might need to refer to your user manual for the exact process.
Contact Cowin Support: If none of the above suggestions work, consider reaching out to Cowin’s customer support. They should be able to provide you with the correct PIN or guide you through troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue.
Remember to ensure that both your Samsung devices and headphones are sufficiently charged and that you’re trying to pair them within the proper Bluetooth range.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.