With all the adjustable noise cancellation and automatic pause and play functions among several other features, Microsoft’s innovative launch, Surface Headphone is something that users fell in love with, in no time. But, some users report having troubles with this peripheral. If you feel anything is messed up with your device, you can Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings. This trick will work like a magic if the problems are resulting anywhere from any faulty settings made to the product.
Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings, the device will revert to its default state. All the manipulations you made will be removed such as pairing information, equalizer adjustments, and languages preference. Therefore, After resetting the surface headphone, you’ll need to set up it again.
Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings
Here is How to Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings –
Microsoft recommends resetting Surface Headphones to factory settings if one of the following issues occurred –
- Unresponsive touchpad buttons.
- LED turning amber color.
- Inability to open Cortana using touchpad.
There are two ways to Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings. Let’s see both of them.
Way-1: Using the power button
All you need to do is press the power button for a few seconds until you hear the reset confirmation.
Way-2: Use Cortana
Initially, Connect the headphone to the iOS or Android device or PC using either of the Wireless network, Bluetooth and USB cable.
If you are using a Windows 11 or 10 PC –
Step-1: Open Cortana and then select Devices.
Step-2: Go to Surface Headphones.
Step-3: Click on Reset now located under Factory reset.
If you using Android or iOS device –
- Launch the Cortana app.
- When it comes into the view, select Devices => Devices.
- After then, go to Surface Headphones => Surface Headphones => Factory reset.
There you go; you’ve Reset Surface Headphones to Factory Settings. Hopefully, there won’t be any more trouble now.
Source – Microsoft help.