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How to pair your Samsung Galaxy Buds to your Android phone

True wireless earbuds are better than ever. They're getting smaller, as are their cases, and they've picked up ever-helpful features like active noise reduction or cancellation, hands-free assistant access, wireless charging, and more. But as useful as these earbuds may be, it can sometimes be a challenge to get them to pair quickly and correctly with your smartphone. Thankfully, the Samsung Galaxy Buds lineup is some of the easiest true wireless earbuds to set up and use, and not just for those who have a Samsung Galaxy phone. We'll walk you through how to pair a set of Samsung Galaxy buds with your Android device.

How to pair your Samsung Galaxy Buds to your Samsung phone

  1. Make sure that your phone's Bluetooth is enabled.
  2. Open the lid to your new Galaxy Buds.
  3. A pop-up should show up on your Galaxy phone display. Tap Connect.
  4. Follow the on-screen prompts to connect your Galaxy Buds to your Samsung phone. Start by touching and holding both earbuds in their case for three seconds until you see red and green blinking lights.
  5. Your phone may need to download or update firmware; wait until this is finished.

  6. Tap OK to link your Galaxy Buds with your Samsung phone.

Now your Galaxy Buds are paired with your Galaxy phone. Through the Galaxy Wearable app, you can tweak the Galaxy Bud settings to suit your preferences, get tips for managing your earbuds, activate touch controls, and even locate lost earbuds.

How to pair your Samsung Galaxy Buds to your non-Galaxy Android phone

  1. Open your phone's Bluetooth settings.
  2. Make sure Bluetooth is enabled.
  3. Tap Pair new device.
  4. Find the Galaxy Buds you wish to pair and tap on them.
  5. Tap to allow the Galaxy Buds to access your contacts and call history.
  6. Tap Pair.

Samsung makes some of the best wireless earbuds on the market, so it makes absolute sense why you might wish to pick up a pair of Galaxy Buds to use with your non-Samsung Android phone.

Our top equipment picks

Speaking of the best Samsung earbuds, we recently reviewed the Galaxy Buds 2 and called them "The New Default" for Android smartphone users. So if you're looking for a great new pair of true wireless earbuds, give the Galaxy Buds 2 some serious consideration.

The new default

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2

$150 at Amazon $150 at Best Buy $150 at Samsung

Perfectly portable

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 are some of the most portable and affordable earbuds around. They feature excellent active noise cancellation and incredible battery life.



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