Improve your Bluetooth connection
Your headphones communicate using Bluetooth, and a Bluetooth signal can be interfered with or weakened in some situations.
Your headphones might lose their connection more often with streaming audio than with content that is stored on your device.* With your device within a few feet of you, try to listen to music or other audio content that is stored on your device—not streamed—with your headphones. On your iOS or Android device, open the Music app. On a Mac with macOS Catalina, open the Music app. On a Mac with macOS Mojave or earlier, or on a PC, open iTunes. Then play a song that does not have the Download button next to it. Or tap the Download button to download the song.
Spotify's massive song catalog can be streamed in decent quality on iPhone or Android without any tinkering. But if you're an audiophile, you've probably noticed that the sound quality can fluctuate from time to time. You're not wrong — Spotify has the default music quality set to 'Automatic,' which means music may be offered up at lower bitrates when bandwidth is low. Thankfully, this can.
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- If you have any issues with the app, these steps can fix it: Restart the Spotify app; Log out and back in; Make sure the app is up-to-date; Check it’s not in Offline mode in settings.
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If your headphones maintain their connection without distortion during this test, then here are a couple of things that can help in other situations:
- Keep your iPhone or other device close to you, so that no obstructions, like walls or floors, are between you and your device.
- If possible, move to a different place—in particular, move away from places with many people or a lot of Wi-Fi activity, poorly shielded cables, microwave ovens, and wireless speakers (or turn off the oven or speaker).
If your headphones keep disconnecting
If you tested your headphones as described in the previous section and audio keeps disconnecting or cutting in and out, unpair your headphones and then pair them again.
Unpair your headphones
Unpair from an iPhone:
- Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
- Find the device that you want to unpair and tap the Info button .
- Tap Forget This Device.
- Restart your iPhone.
Unpair from a non-Apple device:
- On your non-Apple device, go to the settings for Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is on. For example, on an Android device, go to Settings > Connected devices > Connection preferences > Bluetooth.
- Unpair—or forget—your headphones.
- Restart your non-Apple device.
Pair your headphones again
Pair—or connect—your headphones again. Find instructions for your headphones and the device that you want to pair them with:
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If your headphones continue to disconnect, contact Apple Support.
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* Your audio source, such as an iPhone, a Mac or Windows computer, or an Android mobile phone