Google Pixel Buds are one of the truly wireless earbuds that are specially crafted for a comfortable, customizable fit, custom-designed 12mm speaker drivers, etc. Although Pixel Buds users are quite happy with the sound quality and performance, it looks like that there are some issues or bugs affecting the users a lot for a while. If you’re also a Google Pixel Buds user and it’s Not Charging or the Case Not Charging then follow this guide to fix it.
Most users are reporting about the charging issue or battery draining or connectivity or charging issues with the Pixel Buds wireless earbuds. Well, there are a couple of possible workarounds available below that should help you out. It may possible that somehow your Pixel Buds are getting dirty or the charging port is physically damaged. sometimes the earbuds don’t get placed properly and may cause multiple issues whatsoever.
Fix: Google Pixel Buds Not Charging or Case Not Charging issue
Now, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below.
1. Clean your Pixel Buds and their charging case
- Make sure to clean the charging contacts on the Pixel Buds earbuds and inside the charging case as well. Use a dry soft cloth to clean your Pixel Buds gently without rubbing or scratching forcefully. Meanwhile, do not try inserting anything inside the speaker or microphone vent because it may cause damage to the internal part.
- Then fully charge your charging case using the included USB-A to USB-C cable. You should also check if there is an issue with the charging cable or not.
2. Reinsert your Pixel Buds
- Make sure to properly insert the Pixel Buds inside the charging case. If the charging case and earbuds don’t make a good contact then you should remove the earbuds from the case and reinsert them again.
- The earbuds status light should blink. If you don’t see the status light then try gently adjusting the earbud until you see the light come on.
- You can also try closing and opening the lid to adjust your Pixel Buds into the exact sitting position.
This method should gonna help you to resolve the earbuds or the case not charging issue.
3. Charge your Pixel Buds
- While your Pixel Buds earbuds are inside the charging case, plug the charging case into a power source using the included USB-A to USB-C cable.
- Leave your Pixel Buds to charge for around 30 minutes before trying to pair the earbuds again. To do so:
- Make sure to confirm that Bluetooth is turned on and your Pixel Buds are within the range of connectivity strength.
- Additionally, head over to the device Settings menu > Turn Bluetooth off and on.
- Wait for the Pixel Buds to automatically reconnect with your previously connected device. It may take several seconds. If required, you can change which device you’re connected to by selecting ‘Pixel Buds’ from the Bluetooth menu on your device.
4. Reset Pixel Buds and charging case
If nothing works for you, try resetting the Pixel Buds earbuds and the charging case to fix the issue.
- Plug the charging case into a power source using the included USB-A to USB-C cable.
- Then make sure to properly insert the Pixel Buds within the charging case and leave the charging case open.
- Press and hold the pairing button on the back of the case for around 30 seconds.
- When the earbuds status light stops blinking white, release the pairing button.
- The earbuds status light will now blink white and orange until the reset is complete.
- Finally, the status light will start blinking white again.
- Your Pixel Buds and charging case has been reset. Now, try charging your earbuds again.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below.