Galaxy Buds are designed to be convenient, versatile, and ready to go when you are. To always keep your Galaxy Buds in top form, it is important to make sure they are properly charged.
This article outlines the details on how to charge your Galaxy Buds without any problems and also monitor the charge status so you always get the most out of your Buds.
Steps to Charge Samsung Galaxy Buds
To charge the battery in your Galaxy Buds use the following steps:
Step #1 Your Galaxy Buds case is also the charger so first place the earbuds in the charging case. Do not insert earbuds in the charging case if they are wet or dirty.
Step #2 Close the charging case and connect the USB cable to the charging port or place the charging case on a wireless charger. Both the earbuds and case are charged simultaneously.
Please note: The charging head for plugging the USB cable into a wall outlet is not included. Use only Samsung charging devices with your Galaxy Buds. Samsung accessories are designed for your device to maximize battery life. Using other accessories may cause damage, which may not be covered by your warranty.
While charging, you may notice that your device and the charger are hot. This is in the normal range of operation and does not affect the device’s lifespan or performance. If this happens, remove the device from the charger and wait for it to cool down.
Please note: Do not disassemble, modify or repair your device. Placing objects such as magnetic stripe cards, including credit cards, phone cards, passbooks, and boarding passes next to the device or charger may cause damage to the charger or device’s magnetic field.
How to Monitor Samsung Galaxy Buds when on Charge
Green: Fully charged.
Flashing Red: Charging error. Reconnect the case and earbuds. If the error occurs again, contact a Samsung Service Centre for service support.
Please note: You can check the battery level for the case and earbuds in the Galaxy Wearable app.