How to Connect Galaxy Buds to Sony TV

Do you want to connect Galaxy Buds to Sony TV? Pairing your Samsung Galaxy Buds with a Sony smart TV can be useful, as you can watch anything on the bigger screen without disturbing others in the room and get a better audio experience, as usually, the TV’s sound echoes in the surroundings.

After pairing the Galaxy Buds with your smart TV, you can also easily play, pause, or adjust the volume of your Sony TV even without the remote control right from the Buds. Read on to check out the steps on how you can get the best audio experience similar to what you get with expensive speakers and home theaters that bother you by wires.

How to Connect Galaxy Buds to Sony TV?

Before moving forward, make sure that the Buds are charged enough. If they are, proceed with the steps to pair them.

Note: For this guide, we used Galaxy Buds Live, but the method works for all Galaxy Buds including the newly released Galaxy Buds FE, Galaxy Buds2 Pro, and older models as well.

Step 1: First of all, place the earbuds into the case and keep the case open.

Step 2: If your TV is open, you will see the pairing options on the screen as soon as you open the case of the Galaxy Buds. You can connect right from here by selecting the Connect option.

Step 3: If the pairing options do not appear automatically, press the Home button on the TV’s remote control and navigate to Settings. If the remote has a gear icon, tap on it to directly visit the settings menu.

Step 4: Choose Remote & Accessories, then Bluetooth Settings or Pair remote or accessory.

Step 5: Once you do, you will see a list of available Bluetooth devices on the screen. Choose the Galaxy Buds from the list.

Step 6: For confirmation select Pair option from the menu.

Step 7: Once connected you will see the battery levels and other options and settings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Why are My Galaxy Buds Not Showing Up in the Sony TV’s Available Bluetooth Devices List?

Your Buds will automatically show when you put the TV in pairing mode by tapping the Add device to Pair Accessory option if, for some reason, they do not show, long-press both the earbuds heads for 5 seconds, and you will see a green and then a red light on the case keep blinking, which indicates it’s in pairing mode.

Q. What To Do If the Connect Option Does Not Appear on the Screen Instantly?

If the connect option does not appear on the TV’s screen, navigate to Settings > Remote & Accessories > Bluetooth Settings > Pair Accessory or Add Device. Select your Galaxy Buds from the available device list to connect them.

Q. How to Play the Next or Previous Video Using the Galaxy Buds Touch Control?

First, make sure that touch control is enabled. To do so, open the Galaxy Wearable app, and select Touch Controls. Here, enable the toggle for double and triple taps. Now, when you watch content, double-tap on the earbud to play the next video, and triple-tap to play the previous video.

Q. How to Adjust the Volume of Sony TV With Galaxy Buds?

To adjust the volume of your Sony with the Buds, first enable the Touch and Hold gesture. Open the Galaxy Wearable app and tap on the Touch and Hold option. Select Volume Down under the Left and Volume Up under the Right sections. Now, touch and hold the left and right earbuds to decrease and increase the volume, respectively.

Wrapping Up

So, these are the steps through which you can connect Galaxy Buds to Sony TV. I hope the article helped you pair your Buds with the Sony smart TV. If you have any questions or are facing any problems while connecting them, let us know in the comments below.

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