JLab Earbuds Not Charging- How To Reset? (Easy Steps)

JLab is a popular brand for truly wireless earbuds. JLab Go Air is one of the most preferred wireless earbuds worldwide.

It gives 32 hours of playback time with great sound quality. But, sometimes JLab Earbuds do not charge because of some common issues.

In this guide, we shall learn some easy methods to fix it.

Why is my JLab Go Air not charging?

Jlab earbuds not charging

There are several reasons that your JLab earbuds are not charging. The charging cable is damaged or your power adapter is defective. It’s also possible that your charging case is dirty or the connection between the charging case and earbuds is not tight enough.

How To Fix JLab Earbuds Not Charging?

Let’s discuss the several reasons that JLab earbuds are charging. We’ll see the easy solutions here-

1. Check the charging cable

JLab Go Air or JBuds comes with an integrated charging cable hence you don’t need to carry an additional cable along.

It’s a unique feature that many people love but sometimes it gets damaged while carried carelessly.

The very first thing you’ve to check is your charging cable attached to the case. If you notice any damage then you’ve to replace it or get it repaired from the JLab store. If it is not damaged, you should follow the steps mentioned below.

2. Clean the charging port

The second biggest reason is you’re not cleaning your charging port frequently due to which your JLab case not charging. Along with time, dust particles accumulate on your charging port.

The dust or any foreign particles stops the electricity flow to the battery due to which your charging case doesn’t charge 100 percent.

You should clean your JLab case charging port with isopropyl alcohol and a piece of soft fabric. After cleaning with alcohol, wait for 3 to 4 minutes to evaporate the alcohol from the charging port.

3. Change the power adapter

Your goal is to charge the JLab go air case to 100% then only it can charge the earbuds. If your JLab buds case not charging then your power adapter could be faulty.

Plug your original charging cable into a different power adapter and check if your Jbuds case is charging or not.

If you follow the above three steps then most probably your JLab case will start charging. If it still not charging then you should replace it by contacting JLab customer support.

4. Clean the charging pin

If your JLab case is charged but earbuds are not then only follow these steps. As I mentioned above, as long as you use the earbuds it attracts dust and sweat.

Due to this, it creates an insulating layer around the charging pin. When you place the earbuds inside the charging case, this layer prevents the electricity flow to your earbuds.

If you notice that your earbuds and charging case is dirty then clean them properly. You can use isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth to clean everything.

5. Reset your JLab earbuds

If you tried everything above, but still your JLab earphones not charging then it’s time for a factory reset.

Follow these steps to factory reset JLab earbuds-

  1. First of all unpair the earbuds from your device.
  2. Go to Bluetooth settings and “forget your Jlab earbuds”.
  3. Put both the earbuds inside the charging case.
  4. Tap 7 times on your left earbuds while keeping both the earbuds in the case.
  5. Now tap 7 times on your right earbuds still kept in the case.
  6. Now take your earbuds out from the case (blinking blue and white on the right earbud indicates pair mode).
  7. Now go to your smartphone Bluetooth settings and pair again.

Conclusion

One biggest disadvantage of JLab Go Air earbuds is the integrated charging cable however it’s an advantage too.

If the cable gets damaged, you can not replace the cable easily however in other cases, you can easily replace the cable. At the same time, the attached cable makes it easy to carry anywhere.

We’ve mentioned the best possible solutions for Jlab Go Air earbuds not charging. Follow the above methods to get it fixed by yourself. If nothing works, contact the Jlab customer support and get it repaired or replaced.

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