How to charge Samsung Galaxy Buds Live headphones

Charging the battery - Samsung Galaxy Buds Live

Fully charge the battery before using the earbuds for the first time or when they have been unused for extended periods. The earbuds will power on while charging. When the battery is completely discharged, it needs at least 10 minutes to start to work.

Check the direction of each Samsung Galaxy Buds Live earbud, insert them into the corresponding slots, and then connect the charger.

The charging case, which has a built-in battery, is charged along with the earbuds.

You can charge the earbuds by placing them into the charging case without connecting it to an electric socket.

1 Open the charging case.

2 Check the direction of each earbud and correctly insert them into their corresponding slots in the charging case.

3 Close the charging case. 

4 Connect the USB cable to the charger and then plug the USB cable into the charger port.

5 Plug the charger into an electric socket.
The batteries of the earbuds and the charging case are charged simultaneously.

6 After fully charging, disconnect the charging case from the charger. First unplug the USB cable from the charging case and then unplug the charger from the electric socket.

Reducing the battery consumption

When you are not using the earbuds, store them in the charged charging case. The touch-sensitive sensor will continue to work while wearing the earbuds and reduce the usage time.

Battery charging tips and precautions

✓ If there is sweat or liquid on the charging contacts, corrosion may occur on the Galaxy Buds. When there is sweat or liquid on the charging contacts or earbuds, clean them before inserting the earbuds in the charging case.

✓ Using a power source other than the charger, such as a computer, may result in a slower charging speed due to a lower electric current.

✓ While charging, the earbuds and the charging case may heat up. This is normal and should not affect the earbuds’ lifespan or performance. If the battery gets hotter than usual, the charger may stop charging.

✓ If the earbuds and charging case are not charging properly, take them with the charger to a Samsung Service Centre.

✓ Avoid bending the USB cable. Doing so may damage or reduce the lifespan of the USB cable. Never use a damaged USB cable.

✓ If there is sweat or liquid on the charging contacts, corrosion may occur on the Galaxy Buds. When there is sweat or liquid on the charging contacts or earbuds, clean them before inserting the earbuds in the charging case.

✓ Using a power source other than the charger, such as a computer, may result in a slower charging speed due to a lower electric current.

✓ While charging, the earbuds and the charging case may heat up. This is normal and should not affect the earbuds’ lifespan or performance. If the battery gets hotter than usual, the charger may stop charging.

✓ If the earbuds and charging case are not charging properly, take them with the charger to a Samsung Service Centre.

✓ Avoid bending the USB cable. Doing so may damage or reduce the lifespan of the USB cable. Never use a damaged USB cable.

Charging the battery with a wireless charger

The charging case has a built-in wireless charging coil. You can charge the battery by using a wireless charger or another device that functions as a wireless charger.

1 Open the charging case.

2 Check the direction of each Samsung Galaxy Buds Live earbud and correctly insert them into their corresponding slots in the charging case.

3 Close the charging case.

4 Place the centre of the charging case on the centre of the wireless charger.

5 After fully charging, disconnect the charging case from the wireless charger

Precautions for wireless charging

Do not place the charging case on the wireless charger when conductive materials, such as metal objects and magnets, are placed between the charging case and the wireless charger.

The Galaxy Buds may not charge properly or may overheat, or the charging case may be damaged.

Charging the battery using PowerShare

1 Open the charging case.

2 Check the direction of each earbud and correctly insert them into their corresponding slots in the charging case.

3 Close the charging case.

4 Place the centre of the charging case’s back on the device that functions as a wireless charger.

The location of the wireless charging coil may vary by device. Adjust the device and the charging case to make a strong connection.

5 After fully charging, disconnect the charging case from the device.

✓ To charge properly, do not move or use the device or charging case while charging.

✓ If you charge the Galaxy Buds while charging the device that functions as a wireless charger, the charging speed may decrease or the Galaxy Buds may not charge properly, depending on the charger type.

✓ Charging speed or efficiency may vary depending on the device’s condition or the surrounding environment.

✓ If the remaining battery power of the device that functions as a wireless charger drops below a certain level, power sharing will stop.

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