How To Pair Your Bose QuietComfort Headphones

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Are you looking for a way to pair your Bose QuietComfort headphones with your device? You’ve come to the right place! Bose QuietComfort headphones offer superior sound quality and comfort, but pairing them with your device can be confusing. Here, we’ll walk you through the steps to get your Bose QuietComfort headphones connected in no time.

First, you’ll need to put your Bose QuietComfort headphones into pairing mode. To do this, press and hold the button on the case until the Bluetooth light slowly blinks. Once it is in pairing mode, it will be ready for connection.

Next, you need to connect your device. Depending on the type of device you have, this process may vary slightly. If you have an iPhone or iPad, make sure Bluetooth is enabled on the device and then select “Bose QuietComfort” from the list of available devices in Settings > Bluetooth.

If you have an Android device, open your Settings > Connections > Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is enabled. Then select “Bose QuietComfort” from the list of available devices.

Once connected, you should hear a voice prompt that says “connected” or something similar. Now you can enjoy superior sound quality and comfort with your Bose QuietComfort headphones!

We hope this tutorial has helped you learn how to pair your Bose QuietComfort headphones with your device quickly and easily. If you still have any questions or issues connecting your headphones, don’t hesitate to contact us for further assistance.

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Putting QuietComfort Into Pairing Mode

To put your Bose QuietComfort Earbuds into pairing mode, press and hold the button on the case until the Bluetooth light slowly blinks. This will indicate that your earbuds are in pairing mode and ready to be connected to your device.

Troubleshooting Bose QuietComfort Connection Issues

It’s possible that your Bose QuietComfort headphones are not connecting due to a few different reasons. First, ensure that your device is compatible with the headphones. Next, make sure that your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections are turned on and that the headphones are in the range of the device you’re trying to connect them to. Additionally, make sure that the headphone battery is charged and reset the headphones by powering them off, waiting 30 seconds, connecting them to a wall outlet with a USB charger for 5 seconds, disconnecting the USB cable from the headset, and then waiting 1 minute before turning them back on. If these steps don’t help, then it could be an issue with the internal hardware or software of your headphones.

Resetting a Bose QuietComfort Bluetooth Device

To reset your Bose Quiet Comfort Bluetooth, place the earbuds in the charging case. Close the charging case lid for 5 seconds, then open the lid. In the charging case, press and hold the Bluetooth button for 30 seconds, then release it. The earbud LEDs will blink, glow solid white, and then blink blue. You have now successfully reset your Bose QuietComfort Bluetooth earbuds.

Putting Headphones into Pairing Mode

To put your headphones in pairing mode, begin by turning them off. Then, hold down the power button until the headphones indicate that they are in pairing mode—typically this is accompanied by a blinking light and/or an audio cue. Depending on the model of your headphones, it may take a few seconds for them to enter into pairing mode.


In conclusion, Bose QuietComfort earbuds offer superior sound quality and a comfortable fit for a seamless listening experience. Their advanced noise-canceling technology blocks out background noise so you can focus on your music. They are also easy to pair with Bluetooth devices and have a long battery life of up to 20 hours. If you’re looking for a high-end pair of earbuds that provide excellent sound quality and comfort, Bose QuietComfort is the perfect choice for you.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.