Bluetooth Doctor Your resource for Bluetooth Troubleshooting and Technical Support
 
Follow question

I can't connect my Skullcandy Method Wireless to my phone with which I once connected. I tried the forget device option too. It doesn't even showup in the available devices list

This question relates to connecting a Skullcandy Method Wirelesss (S2IKW) BUY NOW to a Sony Xperia X BUY NOW

Other users are having problems with these devices!   Be sure to check out similar posts in case they had the same issue

There are 55 other questions relating to the Skullcandy Method Wirelesss (S2IKW) - click here to view.   7 of the answers include responses marked as solutions.
I can't connect my Skullcandy Method Wireless to my phone with which I once connected. I tried the forget device option too. It doesn't even showup in the available devices list.
-
Question by Aeon 11:41am, 2nd September 2017

There are 3 responses to this question

Admin responded : 9:28am, 5th September 2017 (2 years ago)
Have you tried manually initiating pairing again on the speakers ? If so what happens when you do that, do lights change color etc?

MICHAEL J FIELDS responded : 7:16am, 2nd January 2019 (9 months ago)
I'm afraid I ran into that problem today and I just don't know what to do I've exhausted just about every remedy I can think of can someone please help me. Everything that caused the problem for the person that posted this question is happening to me right down to the very letters I'm going to be a very exact same thing what to do I'm lost

John (Admin) responded : 9:51am, 2nd January 2019 (9 months ago)
There are various successful posts on the Method Wireless on how to reset it and get it pairing again. Look at the list of solutions at the bottom of this page, do any of those other posts help ?

Didn't fnd the answer you needed?   We have links to similar questions below that can help!

Can you contribute an answer to this question?

If you can assist the users problem you can quickly respond by completing the fields below to respond.

Other questions relating to Skullcandy Method Wirelesss (S2IKW)






< Back to questions list

Bluetooth Doctor is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within the site. Never undertake manual repairs or modifications to hardware if without qualifications and always seek guidance from your retailer if you can't find a solution to your problem.
Need help finding a new Bluetooth device? View our shop