Losing one of your earbuds is a bummer, but losing both can be a real disaster. If you’ve lost one of the bluetooth earbuds of your wireless headphones, it’s not going to be easy to find it again.
If you have trouble finding it after a couple of days, you may want to buy another pair.
If you lose an earbud while running, it is most likely to fall out of your ear because of its light weight. If you stop running and look around where you were running, there is a high chance that you will find the missing earbud within a short distance.
If the above does not work, please use the “Find My Phone” function on your HONOR smartphone. Use the Phone Manager app on your HONOR smartphone to check if the lost earbud is still connected to your phone (not connected means that it’s out of battery). If it’s still connected, follow these steps:
Click “Tools” > “Find My Phone” > “Start Searching”. Then tap “Ring Earbuds” to locate the missing one.
The found earbud will ring for 15 seconds, which makes it easy for you to locate it.
If in any case you are unable to locate the missing earbud, you may want to check with the company to verify your warranty status and offer further assistance.
Is it Possible to Track Earbuds?
No, it’s not possible, for two reasons:
The earbuds don’t have a GPS inside. Some people think that GPS is a magical technology that can track anything – like the books and movies say. In reality, it only works when a GPS chip is installed on an object and connected to the GPS network. The earbuds don’t have chips.
GPS needs your phone or another kind of internet connection (like WiFi) to work. The earbuds are not connected to the internet in any way, so they cannot send their position to your phone or anything else. This means that they cannot be tracked by anyone.
There may be some hope if you lose just one bud: there are rumors that the case can be found via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), but so far nobody has confirmed this.
What is the Maximum Operation Range for the Honor True Wireless Earbuds
The maximum operation range for the Honor True Wireless Earbuds is 10 meters. So if you’re within 10 meters of your Bluetooth device, you’ll be able to listen to music without interruptions.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to use the Honor True Wireless Earbuds:
1. To turn on the earbuds, press and hold either bud for 2 seconds. The LED will flash blue and white slowly
2. To connect to a new device, double-click each earbud twice (this will begin pairing mode) or turn off Bluetooth on your phone and then turn it back on again to search for new devices
3. If connected successfully, you’ll hear “connected” in both ears when they detect each other; otherwise, you’ll hear “not connected”
4. To turn off the earbuds, press and hold either bud for 5 seconds or until they flash red twice
The Magic Earbuds can connect to your device via Bluetooth 5.0, and can transmit up to 10 meters away from your phone. The Magic Earbuds also have a single-sided design, meaning they don’t need to connect to each other in order to work, which allows you to use them independently.
However, the egornomic design employed in the structure of these earbuds took in place consideration of the earbuds falling off your ear, which is not easy. You however, need to get an original piece from the company, to ensure you are covered in case you lose either or both of the earbuds.