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現在のバージョン作成者: Ashley Anthony ,

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I have the beats solo wireless 2 and for some reason I could not get the headphones to powers on—even after like 30 resets. I think this is some kind of glitch that in the beats headphone themselves. I’ve noticed they will not turn on after I use the aux chord for a wirelesswired connection.
I have the beats solo wireless 2 and for some reason I could not get the headphones to powers on—even after like 30 resets. I think this is some kind of glitch that in the beats headphone themselves. I’ve noticed they will not turn on after I use the aux chord for a wirelesswired connection.
 
However, I have been able to successfully get them to power up twice with this method.
 
# Plug them into your laptop using the USB chord **Note: I used the beats one that was included. Also I was on the beats updater website (you will need to download the software). Each time the updater was able to identify my headphones—not sure if this was part of the solution, but i did do this each time.
# Also plug in your aux chord into your computer and the headphones.
# While plugged up hold the power button for 3 seconds. **Note: You may be able to skip this—I’m only including this because this is what I did—not sure if it impacted it or not.
# At the same time remove BOTH the aux chord and the USB chord from the headphones.
# Lastly, blow into the the Auxillary port. —Again may be able to skip —but I did do this both times.

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オリジナル投稿者: Ashley Anthony ,

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I have the beats solo wireless 2 and for some reason I could not get the headphones to powers on—even after like 30 resets. I think this is some kind of glitch that in the beats headphone themselves. I’ve noticed they will not turn on after I use the aux chord for a wireless connection.

However, I have been able to successfully get them to power up twice with this method.

# Plug them into your laptop using the USB chord **Note: I used the beats one that was included. Also I was on the beats updater website (you will need to download the software). Each time the updater was able to identify my headphones—not sure if this was part of the solution, but i did do this each time.
# Also plug in your aux chord into your computer and the headphones.
# While plugged up hold the power button for 3 seconds. **Note: You may be able to skip this—I’m only including this because this is what I did—not sure if it impacted it or not.
# At the same time remove BOTH the aux chord and the USB chord from the headphones.
# Lastly, blow into the the Auxillary port. —Again may be able to skip —but I did do this both times.

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