How To Fix Haylou GT1 Pro Not Charging?- (5 Easy Fixes)

Xiaomi Haylou GT1 Pro is an excellent wireless earbud with a minimalistic design. It gives more than 3.5 hours of playtime with earbuds and 26 hours with a charging dock.

However, some Haylou GT1 Pro users reported charging problems with earbuds and the case.

Are you also facing charging problems with your left or right Haylou earbuds? It could be fixed by cleaning the metal connectors on both earbuds and the charging case.

Why is My Left Haylou Earbud Not Charging?

If one of your Haylou GT1 Pro earbuds is not charging in the charging dock, it means a layer of moisture, dust, and oil is preventing the current flow. The issue can be fixed by cleaning metal contacts on your earbuds and charging case with isopropyl alcohol and a q-tip or cotton swab.

How To Fix Haylou Earbuds Not Charging?

Mostly the Bluetooth earbuds charging problem occurs due to a dirty charging case.

The issue can be resolved by cleaning the charging pins (metal contacts) with a cotton swab dipped into isopropyl alcohol.

Here are other solutions you can try-

1. Properly Align Earbuds

Haylou GT1 Pro Not Charging

The Haylou earbuds case has magnets that attach the earbuds tightly with charging pins.

But sometimes, when we don’t pay attention while placing the earbuds in the case, the charging pins misalign.

Although it’s a basic mistake but happens frequently, and that’s why you face charging problems.

So, If your left or right Haylou GT1 Pro earbuds are not charging, first remove both earbuds from the case and place them correctly so that the charging pins align.

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2. Clean Metal Contacts

Haylou GT1 Pro Cleaning

We often use earbuds while running or workout. The body’s sweat and dust particles in the air form an invisible insulative layer around the metal contacts.

This insulative layer prevents current flow, and earbuds won’t charge. It’s recommended to clean your earbuds and charging case with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab.

You can clean the invisible dust layer of metal contacts with a toothpick and wipe it out with isopropyl alcohol.

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3. Plugin and Leave

Haylou GT1 Pro Earbuds Charging

If you haven’t charged your Haylou GT1 Pro for a long, the battery might be drained completely.

Put your earbuds in the charging case and connect the micro USB cable to charge it.

Connect the charger and leave it for at least 1.5 hours. Most probably, the charging issue will be resolved.

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4. Reset Your Earbuds

Haylou GT1 Pro Earbuds Reset

Sometimes, software glitches can also create problems in charging and pairing. So, if one of Haylou’s earbuds is not working, you may need to reset them.

To reset your Xiaomi Haylou GT1 Pro earbuds, take them out of the charging case and touch both earbuds for 3 seconds to turn them off. Now, touch and hold both earbuds for 15 seconds until LED turns Red and then White (three times).

Your Haylou wireless earbuds will be reset and restored to factory condition. Now, you can pair them again with your smartphone from Bluetooth settings.

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5. Contact Customer Support

If you follow the above methods correctly, all minor faults will be resolved, and your Hayloud earbuds should start charging.

If it is still not charging, it means a major hardware fault (faulty battery or circuit board fault) needs to be repaired by a professional.

You can contact the customer support team for further help. They will replace your earbuds if it’s under warranty.

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How To Fix Haylou GT1 Pro Case Not Charging?

If your GT1 Pro case is not charging, try these fixes-

1. Try a New Cable

Haylou GT1 Pro has a micro USB port, and they provide a USB type A to micro USB cable in the box.

With continuous use, the micro USB cable gets damaged. Try a new charging cable if your Haylou GT1 Pro case is not charging.

2. Try a New Charger

Haylou GT1 Pro charging case has an 800mAh battery that charges at less than 2 Amp DC current.

All the latest Android smartphones support fast charging, and if you’re using a fast charger to charge your Haylou case, you may face problems.

You should try less than a 15W adapter to charge your earbuds case. You can also try your laptop USB port to charge it.

3. Clean the Micro USB Port

A dirty micro USB port will face charging issues. Inspect your Haylou GT1 Pro case charging port and clean it if any dust or debris is blocking the port.

You can unclog the debris with a toothpick and clean the port with a toothbrush and isopropyl alcohol.

4. Update the Firmware

If your Haylou firmware is outdated, you might face problems with connectivity and charging.

Install the Haylou FUN app on your smartphone and update the earbud’s firmware to the latest version.

5. Get a Replacement

If your Haylou is under warranty, contact the customer support team to get a replacement.

Write an email to [email protected] explaining all the issues. Visit the official website for support. (Click here)

How Long Does It Take To Charge Your Haylou GT1 Pro Fully?

The Haylou GT1 Pro earbuds have a 43 mAh battery, which takes 1.5 hours to charge fully. The case has an 800 mAh battery that takes approx 3.5 hours to charge fully.

How To Know If Haylou GT1 Pro Charging?

The charging case has four LED indicators that blink one by one when the case is charging. When you put Haylou earbuds in the case, the LED will turn Red, indicating your earbuds are charging.

Why is My Haylou GT1 Battery Drains Fast?

If your Haylou earbuds are older than two years and the battery drains faster, it means the battery health is drained, and you need to buy a new one. If your brand-new Haylou GT1 battery drains faster, it means your unit has a manufacturing defect, and you should go for a replacement.

Why is My Haylou One Earbud Not Turning On?

If one of your Haylou earbuds is not turning on, it means it’s the battery is discharged. Clean the metal contacts and put them back in the charging case for approx 1.5 hours, and the issue will be resolved.

Conclusion

The charging issue mostly occurs due to a dirty charging case or a layer of dust blocking the metal contacts. Thoroughly clean your changing case and all metal contacts with rubbing alcohol and cotton swabs to fix the issue.

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