What do the different color lights represent?
These different color lights on your Bluetooth device are called Indicator lights provide a visual status for your Bluetooth device. These indicators vary from device to device, so you should consult your user guide for the specific indicators for your product.
Listed below are a list of the different colored indicator lights and what they represent.
Charger Plugged In
- Steady red - Charging
- Steady blue - Charging complete
Note: Most Bluetooth products, like speakers, or headsets are not operational while charging.
Status light Headphones status
|3 blue flashes||powering on/off|
|steady blue||in pairing mode|
|rapid blue/red flashes||connecting to your phone|
|quick blue flash||receiving or making a call|
|slow blue pulse||on a call|
|slow red pulse||call muted|
|slow blue flash||in standby (not on a call—connected to phone)|
|slow red flash||idle (not connected to a phone)|
|steady red||trying to connect to your phone|
|quick purple flash||playing/pausing music|
|quick red flash||stopping music|
|slow purple pulse||music playing|
|very quick red flash (and repeating short tones)||in a low battery state (need recharge)|
Note: The status light stops flashing to conserve power after 20 minutes on a call or of inactivity, but the headphones remain on. The status light is reactivated by pressing 0 or by certain changes in headphone activity.
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