Crusher Wireless Headphones Not Pairing: Causes & Fixes

The Skullcandy Crusher Wireless headphone is one of the leading brands on the market. While this can be mainly attributed to its high quality, it also comes with easy-use functionality that makes it a great option for every user. 

In the case that you’re having issues pairing the headphones to any of your devices, there are several reasons why this could be happenings and several things you can do to fix them. In this article, we have provided the causes and fixes of Crusher Wireless Headphones.

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Crusher Wireless Headphones Not Pairing: Likely Causes

  1. Bluetooth Connection Issues: The most common issue is also the obvious. It is possible that your Crusher wireless headphone is not pairing due to a disrupted Bluetooth connection. Interference from other electronic devices, physical obstacles between the headphones and the paired device, plus outdated Bluetooth drivers may all contribute to connectivity issues.
  2. Pairing Mode: Ensuring that your headphones are in pairing mode is helpful as it ensures for successful pairing. If they are not set to be discoverable, your device won’t be able to detect them during the pairing process.
  3. Previous Pairings: If your Crusher Wireless headphones were previously paired with another device, they might still be connected to it. This can create conflicts and prevent them from pairing with a new device until the old connection is terminated.
  4. Software or Firmware Issues: Occasionally, software or firmware glitches in either the headphones or the paired device can interfere with the pairing process. These issues can arise due to outdated software, corrupted files, or incomplete updates.

Crusher Wireless Headphones Not Pairing: How to Fix

Now that you know the causes of the pairing issues, let’s take a look at the fixes to help you resolve them.

Fix 1: Restart and Reset 

  • Step 1: Turn off your Crusher Wireless headphones by pressing and holding the power button until the LED indicator turns off. 
  • Step 2: Restart the device you want to pair with (i.e., smartphone, tablet) by powering it off and then turning it back on. 
  • Step 3: Turn on your headphones again by pressing and holding the power button until the LED indicator starts flashing. 
  • Step 4: Put your headphones in pairing mode. To do this, press and hold the power button for approximately 5 seconds until the LED light begins flashing blue and red alternately.

Fix 2: Forget and Re-pair 

  • Step 1: Access the Bluetooth settings menu on your device. 
  • Step 2: Locate the entry for your Crusher Wireless headphones and tap on the “Forget,” “Unpair,” or “Remove” option associated with it. 
  • Step 3: Ensure your headphones are in pairing mode as described in Fix 1. Step 4: On your device, navigate to the Bluetooth settings and initiate a search for available devices. 
  • Step 4: Locate and select your Crusher Wireless headphones from the list of available devices. 
  • Step 5: Follow any on-screen prompts to complete the pairing process.

Fix 3: Update Bluetooth Drivers 

  • Step 1: Check for drivers on the website of your device manufacturer
  • Step 2: Find the latest Bluetooth drivers compatible with your specific device model and operating system. 
  • Step 3: Download and install the driver update.

Fix 4: Contact Customer Support 

If none of the previous fixes resolve the pairing issue, it’s recommended to reach out to the customer support of the manufacturer. 

How to Pair Crusher Wireless Headphones

Below, you will find a detailed guide on how to pair Crusher Wireless Headphones:

  • Step 1: Prepare your Crusher Wireless Headphones and the device you want to pair them with. Make sure both devices are fully charged.
  • Step 2: Turn on your Crusher Wireless Headphones by pressing and holding the power button located on the left earcup. You will see the LED light on the headphones start flashing.
  • Step 3: On your device, navigate to the Bluetooth settings. This can usually be found in the settings menu or the quick settings panel.
  • Step 4: In the Bluetooth settings, make sure Bluetooth is enabled. You may need to toggle a switch to turn it on.
  • Step 5: On your device, look for a list of available Bluetooth devices. The name of your Crusher Wireless Headphones should appear in the list. It might be listed as “Crusher Wireless” or something similar.
  • Step 6: Once you find the name of your headphones in the Bluetooth devices list, tap on it to start the pairing process.
  • Step 7: Your device will now attempt to establish a connection with the Crusher Wireless Headphones. This process may take a few seconds.
  • Step 8: During the pairing process, you might be prompted to enter a PIN or a passcode. If prompted, check the instruction manual that came with your headphones to find the correct PIN or passcode. Enter it on your device when prompted.
  • Step 9: After entering the PIN or passcode, your device should successfully pair with the Crusher Wireless Headphones. The LED light on the headphones will stop flashing and remain solid.


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