Are you facing a charging issue with your Skullcandy wireless earbuds? Take both your earbuds out of the case and place them back correctly.
If the issue is not resolved – read this guide till the end!
Skullcandy Sesh Evo is a true wireless earbud with an IP55 splash-proof and dust-resistant design.
It has a 6mm driver and three switchable equalizer modes that take the music listening experience to the next level.
Skullcandy Sesh Evo is a perfect choice for gym and fitness freaks due to its IP55 rating. It’s a lightweight TWS for sports personnel.
Although it gives 24 hours battery backup with the case, sometimes people face issues in charging after a few months of use.
If your Skullcandy Sesh Evo not charging, then you should follow these steps to fix it.
Why is My Skullcandy Sesh Evo Not Charging?
The most common reason is that you haven’t placed your earbuds correctly in the charging case.
Also, it could be possible that the charging cable is damaged or your charging case is dirty, or even your power adapter is not working.
How To Fix Skullcandy Sesh Evo is Not Charging?
There are two possibilities- Either your Skullcandy case is not charging, or Skullcandy earbuds are not charging. In this guide, we shall learn to fix both issues.
Follow these steps to fix the Skullcandy case is not charging-
1. Use the original cable
A common mistake everyone makes is that they plug in any cable to charge their earbuds case. If you’re also making the same mistake, then stop it now.
Every earphone brand provides a charging cable (mostly type C) in the box to charge the case of the earbuds.
Although it’s a standard cable still, it’s precisely designed for that particular brand.
If your Skullcandy Sesh Evo case is not charging, use the original cable to charge your case.
2. Clean the charging port
The second biggest reason is you’re not cleaning your charging port frequently, due to which your Skullcandy case is not charging.
Due to frequent uses, dust particles accumulate inside 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.
It would help if you cleaned your Skullcandy 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. Try a new adapter
It’s rare, but sometimes the power adapter doesn’t support the earbuds charging case’s designed voltage and rated amperes.
So, you should try a different power adapter and check if your earbuds case is charging or not.
4. Clean the charging pin
Skullcandy Sesh Evo is an IP55 splash and dust-proof, but this rating is for internal protection of earbuds.
Sometimes dust accumulates around the case pin and earbuds’ charging point, which doesn’t charge.
Due to dust around the case, the lid does not close properly, affecting the charging.
So, to fix the issue, thoroughly clean your Skullcandy case with isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth.
Also, use a toothbrush to clean the charging point on the earbuds and the unreachable portion of the case.
5. Reset the Skullcandy earbuds
If you checked your charging cable and power adapter carefully and cleaned them properly, but still it’s not charging, then it’s time for a factory reset.
Follow these steps to reset the Skullcandy earbuds-
- Go to your smartphone’s Bluetooth settings and unpair the Skullcandy earbuds.
- Now forget the device to completely unpair it.
- Remove the Skullcandy earbuds from the case.
- Tap and hold both earbuds for 6 seconds to turn them off manually.
- Put off your hand for 5 seconds from the buds.
- Now again, tap and hold both the buds for 10 seconds to reset it completely.
- Put them back in the case.
- Again remove it from the case and pair it with your smartphone.
You’ve got the five methods to fix the Skullcandy Sesh Evo not charging issue at home. If you follow the above steps correctly, it’ll be fixed.
However, if your earbuds still don’t charge, contact Skullcandy customer care to get them repaired/replaced.
I hope you found this tutorial helpful. If so, please share your feedback in the comment box.