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GalaxyBud stopped working out of nowhere

(Topic created: 02-24-2021 03:16 PM)
MoisesC
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I put both buds to charge in the case, came back 2 hours and only the left one was fully charged. I left right earbud in there for another 2 hours n still no charge and the galaxy wearables app just shows an exclamation point for the right ear bud.

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userLeibJjJLfd
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Thank you. I've done this once before and am in the process of doing it again now (after ~10 minutes I checked the Galaxy Wearable app and it now shows my left bud with a charge and connecting to the phone). Do you continue to have this issue? It seems that since my left bud is so finnicky about charging, it will drain to 0% over and over again, and I'll have to keep doing this trouble shooting over and over. Think I'll contact Samsung next time it happens, maybe it's a defect with my case or bud.

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userETQKDBdPwg
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I sent SamsungJojo my info...with lots of pictures. hope I get a reply.
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Mhtruth
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Single connection bud or undetected buds are common problems for Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Plus after unboxing. To solve this, simply make sure to charge the unde...
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SwitchingToIos
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my right galaxy buds+ earbud stopped charging completely dead and it started off with playing really low to now not working at all can't update without both buds being connected ... I got jacked on these earbuds smdh
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