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My headphones used to connect to the iphone i have, however someone unpaired them and now the headphones wont connect to the phone. They wont even show up on the list of pair-able devices. Also, every so often, the headphones blink red twice, even though they are fully charged, so its not a battery issue. Someone know how to help??
Question by Kincaid Spicer 6:10pm, 9th October 2017

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Anonymous responded : 6:18pm, 9th October 2017 (4 years ago)
Edit, the headphones are method wireless, not method wireless 2

Admin responded : 7:24pm, 9th October 2017 (4 years ago)
Are you sure you can manually activate pairing on the device? Have you tried connecting to another smartphone such as a friends? It would be good to clarify if connecting to something they haven't connected with before they work straight away or are still problematic to pair.

Regarding the battery, are you able to confirm if they keep running a fairly long time if they can be paired to something else ? Theres always the possibility that it IS a battery issue, ie the internal battery has lost a lot of its capacity.

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