How to wear Samsung Galaxy Buds Live headphones

Wearing the earbuds (Samsung Galaxy Buds Live)

Insert the wing tips into your ears and adjust accordingly to fit your ears.

1 Check the direction of each Samsung Galaxy Buds Live earbud and put them in your ears with the wing tip facing upwards until they sit conformably in your ears.

2 Adjust the earbuds by rotating them to the left or right to fit your ears.

The touch-sensitive sensor will automatically detect that you are wearing the earbuds when you put them on. Then, the earbud will emit a sound informing you that the earbud is detected.

The device and some accessories (sold separately) contain magnets. The American Heart Association (US) and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (UK) both warn that magnets can affect the operation of implanted pacemakers, cardioverters, defibrillators, insulin pumps or other electro medical devices (collectively, “Medical Device”) within the range of 15 cm (6 inches). If you are a user of any of these Medical Devices, DO NOT USE THIS DEVICE AND SOME ACCESSORIES (SOLD SEPARATELY) UNLESS YOU HAVE CONSULTED WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN.

Do not store your device and some accessories (sold separately) near magnetic fields.
Magnetic stripe cards, including credit cards, phone cards, passbooks, and boarding passes, may be damaged by magnetic fields.

✓ If the touch-sensitive sensor does not make contact with your ear, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live earbud may not work. Use the wing tips and ear tip that fit your ears if you do not hear a sound informing you that the earbud is detected.

✓ If you wear a single earbud in your ear, you will hear the sound in mono. It will automatically switch to stereo mode when you wear both earbuds in your ears.

✓ Follow all posted warnings and directions from authorised personnel in areas where the use of wireless devices is restricted, such as aeroplanes and hospitals.

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