@btauchel19 asked 11 months ago.

How to fix very loose bluetooth headphones?

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@haleebrennnan answered 11 months ago.

Turn off Bluetooth and turn it on again. Check again that the headset and audio source device (such as a phone or stereo system) are properly paired. Restart the headset and source device, and then resume playback to determine if the stuttering has stopped.

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@rimii answered 11 months ago.

The best way to fix a very loose pair of Bluetooth headphones is to remove the rubber cover that sits over the battery. You can do this by carefully prying it off with your fingernails. The batteries are usually held in place with a small piece of adhesive, so you may need to pry it gently off.

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@RajKS answered 11 months ago.

If you're having trouble with your bluetooth headphones staying or becoming connected, try the following: Hold the power button on your headphones down for about 10 seconds. This will turn them off. Then, turn them back on. Next, try and connect your headphones to your device. Check your device settings to make sure your headphones are still connected.
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@Sunny answered 11 months ago.

Turning Bluetooth off and then on again.

Double-checking whether the headphone and the audio source device, such as a phone or a stereo system, are correctly paired.

Restarting both the headphone and the source device and continuing playback to determine if the stutter stops.One of the most common issues with bluetooth headphones is that they fall out of your ears very easily. There are a few different things that can cause this. Your headphones could be too loose on your ears, or your headphones could be too loose in the earpiece itself. They could also be too tight.

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