Skullcandy headphones have become increasingly popular among young audio enthusiasts for their excellent sound quality and affordable price.
However, many Skullcandy owners need help connecting their headphones to their devices, whether they are using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Below we provide a step-by-step guide and helpful tips on pairing your Skullcandy headphones with different devices.
If your an iPhone user, don’t miss our article on how to connect Skullcandy Bluetooth headphones to iPhone for a step-by-step guide.
How to Pair Skullcandy Headphones
By pairing your Skullcandy Bluetooth headphones with your phone, tablet, or computer, you can enjoy wireless audio streaming and take advantage of advanced features such as voice assistants, audio controls, and notifications.
- Make sure that the Skullcandy headphones are turned off.
- Press and hold the power button on the headphones for about 5 seconds to activate the pairing mode.
- Look for the flashing red and blue LED lights and listen for a voice prompt saying “pairing” to confirm that you have successfully entered pairing mode.
- On your device, go to the Settings menu.
- Under Bluetooth settings, search for available devices and select your Skullcandy headphones.
- Wait for the bottom LED light to flash blue and a voice prompt saying “connected” to confirm that the pairing process is successful.
How to Pair Skullcandy Headphones to Skullcandy App
Pairing your Skullcandy headphones with the Skullcandy app can unlock many benefits. The app allows you to customize your headphone settings, locate your misplaced headphones and keep track of the battery level.
- Install the Skullcandy App from the App Store or Google Play Store.
- Turn on your Skullcandy headphones and make sure that they’re paired with your mobile device.
- Launch the Skullcandy App and follow the instructions to pair the headphones with the app.
- Once the pairing process is complete, you can customize your headphone settings using the app.
Skullcandy Wireless Headphones Troubleshooting
If you’re still encountering problems while attempting to pair your Skullcandy Bluetooth headphones to your device, give these troubleshooting tips a try.
- Check that Bluetooth is turned on by looking for the Bluetooth symbol at the top of your device’s screen. If it’s not on, turn it on in the settings menu.
- Ensure that the two devices are close to each other. For the best results, keep the devices within five feet of each other.
- Try restarting both devices. Sometimes a soft reset can fix the problem. You can also turn airplane mode on and off to reset your device’s connectivity.
- Turn off any devices that may interfere with the pairing process. Other Bluetooth devices may be trying to connect to your headphones or earbuds, so turn off any previously paired devices.
- Make sure both devices are charged. Low battery levels can cause some devices to switch off Bluetooth to conserve power. If your mobile device won’t pair, ensure that the device you’re trying to connect to has enough battery life.
- Delete the device from your mobile device’s list of Bluetooth devices and try rediscovering it. If your phone or tablet detects the device but cannot receive data from it, restarting the pairing process may be necessary.
- Move away from other devices. Interference from other nearby devices can also prevent successful pairing, so try moving away from them.
- Keep some distance from USB ports. USB interference can be a problem, so if the connection isn’t working, try pairing your Bluetooth devices away from your computer’s USB ports.