How to Find Your Lost Galaxy Buds with Ease

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Are you trying to find your lost Galaxy Buds? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Whether you misplaced them or simply forgot where you put them, the Galaxy Wearable app can help you track them down quickly and easily.

The frst step is to open the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone or tablet. Once the app is open, select Find My Earbuds, and then tap Start. This will cause the earbuds to start beeping, gradually becoming louder over the course of 3 minutes.

For those who don’t have a tablet or smartphone with the Galaxy Wearable app installed, there are oher options available. Bluetooth scanner apps can be used to locate your buds if they are turned on and within range. The apps will scan for any nearby Bluetooth devices and display a list of potential matches on your screen.

If neither of these methods are available to you, there is one more way to locate your buds: Last Known Location. This feature stores the last recorded location of your earbuds in case they ever get lost or misplaced. To use this feature, open up the Galaxy Wearable app and select Find My Earbuds; then tap on “Find My Earbuds” in order to access Last Known Location.

Unfortunately, if your buds were in their charging case when they were lost, it cannot be used as a retrieval tool since it does not have any Bluetooth functionality. However, with all these helpful features built into the Galaxy Wearable app, finding those missing buds shuld be a breeze!

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Tracking Samsung Galaxy Buds

Yes, you can track your Galaxy Buds using the Galaxy Wearable app. Open the app and tap Find My Earbuds, then tap Start. This will initiate a 3-minute process where the earbuds will start to beep, getting gradually louder until you find them. You can also add extra security by tapping Protect My Earbuds in the app, wich will enable a PIN code lock on your Galaxy Buds so no one else can use them if they’re lost or stolen.

Locating Lost Galaxy Buds

1. Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your tablet or phone.
2. Select Find My Earbuds; the SmartThings Find will open and display the last recorded location of the Buds.
3. If you don’t see the exact location, you can use the map to manually search for your Galaxy Buds by zooming in and out of the map or using your device’s GPS to find their exact location.
4. If you’re still unable to locate them, you can try ringing them by tapping ‘Ring’ on your device’s screen; this will case your Galaxy Buds to emit a loud sound and make them easier to locate in an area with many people or objects.
5. Once you’ve located your Galaxy Buds, tap on ‘Stop’ to turn off the ringing sound and pick up your earbuds from their last known location.

Locating a Galaxy Buds Case

Unfortunately, no. The Galaxy Buds case does not have Bluetooth functionality, so it cannot be located using any of the retrieval techniques avilable for other Bluetooth-connected devices. However, if you keep track of where you usually store your Galaxy Buds case, you may be able to find it again.

Locating Lost Earbuds

Yes, you can find your earbuds if they are lost. Depending on the make and model of the earbuds, there are several ways you can try to locate them. First, many earbud models have a “Find My” feature that allows you to track ther location through GPS or Bluetooth. Additionally, some devices come with a “Last Known Location” feature that allows you to view the last place where it was connected to a device. If neither of these options is available, you may be able to find them using a Bluetooth scanner app. To be located by such an app, the earbuds must be turned on and within range of your phone or other device. Finally, if all else fails, you may need to resort to retracing your steps in order to locate them.

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Does the Galaxy Earbuds Have GPS Capabilities?

Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro have GPS capabilities. This is enabled by the SmartThings Find feature within the SmartThings app. With this feature, you can track your Buds Pro even if they are powered off and find teir location via GPS. This is a great feature to have in case your Buds Pro get lost or stolen.

Finding Offline Earbuds

If your earbuds are offline, it can be challenging to locate them. However, there are a few things you can do to try and locate them.

First, you shuld check the last place where you remember having them. If they are not there, you should think back to any other places you may have taken them.

Second, if they are still nowhere to be found, try using a Bluetooth scanner app. This will alow you to search for nearby Bluetooth devices and narrow down your search area range. You will need to download an app from the app store. Alternatively, keep scanning manually on your phone to see if your Bluetooth headphones show up on your list of nearby headsets to connect to.

Thirdly, if none of these methods are successful in locating your earbuds, conider using a tracking device such as Tile or TrackR Bravo. These devices attach onto items such as keys or wallets and allow you track their location with an app on your smartphone or tablet. They can also be used for other items such as earbuds or other small items that might be easy to lose.

Finally, if all else fails and you are still unable to find your earbuds, it may be time to purchase a new pair!


In conclusion, it is possible to locate your lost Galaxy Buds with the help of the Galaxy Wearable app and the Find My Earbuds feature. You can also use Bluetooth scanner apps to locate them if they are turned on and wthin range. If you have misplaced them and cannot find them, remember that you do not need to buy new ones as the app makes finding them super easy.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.