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Redmi Buds 3 Pro review

The true wireless earbuds market is one of the most competitive segments in tech these days with seemingly every maker aiming to offer as many options as possible. Xiaomi and its Redmi sub-brand are not new to the table and their latest effort is the Redmi Buds 3 Pro which are also known as the AirDots 3 Pro in China.

Do these have the makings of a great pair of TWS earphones? How do they compare to rivals in the 60/€60 price range and do they deliver on their sound, ANC and battery promises? Let’s dive in.

Design and build quality

The first thing that struck me about the Buds 3 Pro is their unusual shape. Sure, we’ve seen plenty of earbuds without stems on them before but these feature a larger outward part that tapers down as it reaches the ear tip. It sort of looks like a cartoon character’s shoe when viewed from the side and that shape is needed as these are Redmi’s most premium earphones to date packing active noise cancelation which should block up to 35dB of outside commotion.

The Graphite Black color of our review unit is quite nice with the buds predominantly sporting a darker hue apart from their glossy touch area while the pebble-shaped case is grayer than black. The earphones and case feature a matte finish which is always preferred to glossy surfaces. The touch control area on the buds allows for play, pause and skips in media as well as toggling between the Transparency and ANC modes. The whole package is IPX4 splash-proof and the combined weight of the buds and case comes out to 55 grams.

Out the box, Buds 3 Pro come pre-fitted with size M silicone ear tips. You get another size M set in the packaging as well as small and large ones to suit your fit. The box also houses a short flat USB-C to USB-A cable for charging.

The case is quite compact at 65 x 48 x 26mm and features a really solid lid that delivers a firm snap when closing. The lid can even support the entire case when laid out on a hard surface without closing down. something not seen on most similarly priced earbuds. There’s a USB-C port at the bottom of the case but you can also ditch the wires completely and charge via any Qi wireless charger at up to 5W speeds.

The front side houses a pairing button as well as a LED indicator while the back has a subtle Redmi branding. The case fits snug in jeans’ small and was always easy to bring around wherever I went.


Following the latest trend, Redmi Buds 3 Pro FOCUS on providing ANC at a reasonable budget. So this is the first feature we’re talking about. As a whole, the system works quite well and better than other TWS buds with ANC around the same price I’ve tested in the past months.

ANC on the Buds 3 Pro blocked out static and midrange noises like typing on a laptop’s chiclet keyboard or clicking a pen. I also tested the buds while walking near a busy street and it managed to noticeably decrease the noise produced by incoming cars. The same applied in a gym setting where the Buds 3 Pro managed to block out the background music playing on the sound system though I would still notice sounds of treadmills and weights being dropped.

As a whole Redmi Buds 3 Pro block out a decent level of surrounding noise and it’s not just a gimmick future like on some other buds. Transparency mode also works quite well as it uses the three mic system to let in voices of nearby people so you don’t need to take off your earphones for brief chats.

This is the part where I should mention the lack of a companion app for markets outside China. Xiaomi has yet to provide an in-house solution for controlling its TWS earbuds and it’s a bit of a letdown given that most other makers have one. If you’re using a recent MIUI phone, you’re in luck as you get menus for toggling between transparency mode and noise cancelation as well as battery status for both buds and the case and even software updates. It’s a shame that users on non-Xiaomi phones don’t get the same level of controls and features.

Buds 3 Pro connect over Bluetooth 5.2 and support the SBC and AAC codecs. The multi-point pairing works though I experienced plenty of connection interruptions while connected to my phone and laptop which was not the case on Huawei’s FreeBuds 4 for example. When using the buds on my laptop, I noticed the right earbud would connect a few seconds before the left one on multiple occasions.

Still, the Buds 3 Pro were Smart enough to alternate between my phone and laptop during incoming calls by pausing media on my laptop while I take the call and then automatically switching back to my other connected device and resuming playback.

In-ear detection is flawlessly executed and worked by pausing media each time I took out either of the buds and subsequently resumed playback once I put the buds back on. The touch controls are a bit weird to get used to as Xiaomi has assigned a double-tap (instead of a single tap) for play/pause. A triple tap brings the next track while touch and hold toggles between Transparency mode and ANC. There’s no way to control volume from the buds themselves which is a bit of a letdown.

Sound quality and fit

Redmi Buds 3 Pro have 9mm dynamic drivers and three microphones on each side. Two of the mics are located on the outer parts of the touch area while the remaining one is on the inside hidden behind a metal mesh.

Sound is rich with plenty of bass, clear vocals and an overall balanced sound profile. They get plenty loud too which goes well with the functional ANC. I can safely say Buds 3 Pro offer above-average sound quality which is a great step up for Xiaomi’s lineup though they do leave a bit to be desired compared to the premium TWS buds from Apple, Sony and Samsung. Unfortunately, you cannot make any sound profile adjustments to the buds so your only option is to adjust the sound output on your connected device or music app.

Buds 3 Pro are not that comfortable to have in your ears for longer periods of time as I found out rather quickly. The way you use them is by inserting them in your ear and then twisting counterclockwise to create a seal. The area around the buds’ charging pins caused discomfort to my ears and I could not manage to spend more than 2 hours with the headphones on. Of course, no two ears have the same shape so this issue might not apply to you.

One solution that alleviated the pressure off my ears was not twisting the buds and just keeping them angled. This however resulted in a looser seal around my ear canal and the fit was less secure though the buds still stayed in my ear without moving too much. Swapping out the default size M silicone tips for the smaller size tips helped too.

Call quality on the Buds 3 Pro is about average. My voice sounded a bit flat to people during calls and wind noise was definitely noticeable on some occasions. Latency is also present so you should not have them on during competitive Call of Duty or PUBG sessions but they get the job done for podcasts, movies and watching YouTube videos just fine.

Battery life

The advertised battery life on Buds 3 Pro is six hours of usage without ANC at 50% volume and a total of 28 hours including the case. In my use case which included ANC on at all times, Redmi Buds 3 Pro managed to last me five days of mixed usage with volume set at 50%.

Xiaomi says a full charge of the buds and their case via USB-C cable should take 2.5 hours which is what I got as well. The buds alone managed to fill up in an hour. There’s also a nifty ten-minute fast charge feature that nets you three hours of usage.


With their unique design, solid build quality and great sound, Redmi Buds 3 Pro are easy to recommend. At 60/€60, you’re getting an above-average pair of buds that deliver no-gimmick noise cancelation, decent battery endurance and wireless charging. These sort of features are usually reserved for earbuds in the premium segment though Xiaomi has a history of undercutting competitors with its pricing and Buds 3 Pro make no exception here.

The lack of a companion app for non-Xiaomi phones and the slightly uncomfortable fit after longer usage sessions are the two main downsides here. Call quality and the multi-point pairing system could also use some polish. Other than that you’d be hard-pressed to find a better overall package at this price point on the market.

With the holiday season approaching fast, Redmi Buds 3 Pro could certainly be a great gift for that person that still doesn’t have a good pair of wireless earbuds in their life.


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I have faced the same problem with right ear bud, at first I thought it was a fault but after cleaning the ear bud now it’s working fine. Thank you!

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The 7 Best True Wireless Earbuds. Spring 2023 Reviews

Truly wireless earbuds are fairly new in the headphones market. While several models were made by lesser-known brands for a couple of years, they didn’t become immensely popular until Apple released the first Airpods in late 2016. Since then, almost every company has thrown its hat in the ring. What used to be a relatively expensive product that lacked features is now available at every price point, with a performance that can match regular Bluetooth in-ears. While truly wireless headphones can’t quite match the battery life of larger Bluetooth headphones, most popular options come with a charging case to extend their overall battery life while away from a charger.

We’ve tested over 165 pairs of truly wireless earbuds and in-ear headphones, and below are our recommendations for the best options. They tend to cost more than ordinary earbuds, so check out our picks for the best cheap earbuds if you’re looking for something more budget-friendly. You can also take a look at the best in-ears and earbuds, the best earbuds for iPhone, and the best wireless earbuds for more options.

Best True Wireless Earbuds

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II Truly Wireless

The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II Truly Wireless are the best true wireless earbuds we’ve tested. These premium buds are the next generation of the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds Truly Wireless and have a less bulky design than their predecessor, which makes them very comfortable for long listening sessions. Although they’re a bit larger than other picks on this list, their build holds an outstanding noise cancelling (ANC) system. Whether traveling by bus or working at the office, these buds can block out lots of noise, meaning you can FOCUS on your audio. They last roughly 6.7 hours continuously, and their carrying case supplies an additional three charges if you need it. Their sound has more bass than we measured as the shape of our test rig’s ear canals impacts their bass delivery. However, subjectively, you can expect more boom, which muddies and clutters vocals and instruments. If you prefer a different sound, their companion app offers a graphic EQ and presets to help you fine-tune their sound. Unfortunately, despite their high-end price, they don’t support multi-device pairing, so you can only connect them with one device at a time.

Best Upper Mid-Range True Wireless Earbuds

Apple Airpods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless

The Apple Airpods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless are a great option if you’re looking for cheaper earbuds but still want a premium experience. These earbuds are better built than the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II Truly Wireless and offer a few features for iOS that you might appreciate if you’re an iPhone or MacBook user. Their H2 chip helps with easy pairing to Apple devices, and they support Spatial Audio, a surround sound feature meant to create a more immersive listening experience with compatible content. Their adaptive EQ results in a somewhat warm sound profile, so your audio has a bit of extra boom and cozy-sounding vocals and instruments. Unlike the previous pick, they don’t have an app with sound customization features like an EQ. Their ANC feature isn’t as effective as the Boses’, so they block out less ambient sound overall, but it offers excellent overall performance with a wide range of noise, including rumbling bus and plane engines. The earbuds last just under six hours of continuous use with ANC on and come with a case with four extra charges. They have a comfortable fit for most people, but you might find they wiggle out of your ears after a while and require repositioning.

Best Mid-Range True Wireless Earbuds

Google Pixel Buds Pro Truly Wireless

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Consider the Google Pixel Buds Pro Truly Wireless for something more reasonably priced. These earbuds have a less comfortable fit for most and aren’t as well-built as the Apple Airpods Pro (2nd generation), but they still offer a great all-around performance. Their ANC feature does an excellent job of blocking out noise, including rumbling engines during your commute. They support multi-device pairing, so you can stay connected with your phone and computer simultaneously. They come in more colors than the Apple or Bose, so you can get them in bright colors like coral and lemongrass. Their somewhat V-shaped sound profile adds rumble and punch to your audio and keeps instruments and vocals clear and bright. You can also customize the sound with an in-app graphic EQ and presets. However, these buds have a somewhat bulky design compared to the previous picks and aren’t as comfortable or stable for most. The Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless are around the same price and offer a more comfortable fit and better stability, so they’re less likely to slip out of your ears during workouts. However, their ANC feature blocks out much less noise, but they have a better mic performance, so they’re better for phone calls than many truly wireless earbuds we’ve tested.

Best Lower Mid-Range True Wireless Earbuds

Anker Soundcore Space A40 Truly Wireless

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Best Budget True Wireless Earbuds

Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 Truly Wireless

Check out the Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 Truly Wireless for wireless earbuds that won’t break the bank. These well-built earbuds stand out from the crowd as their carrying case holds more than 12 extra charges. Although one charge lasts just over seven hours, their total battery life nears almost 100 hours, practically unheard of for truly wireless buds. They also enter a standby mode to help conserve battery life if you forget to turn them off. Also, while they don’t have an ANC system, they do a good job of passively isolating you from office-type noise like ambient chatter and humming A/C units. They come with a selection of differently-sized ear tips and stability fins, and they’re decently comfortable once you find a good fit. Their sound profile is also well-balanced, with some extra bass that lends more thump and rumble to mixes. Unfortunately, unlike the Anker Soundcore Space A40 Truly Wireless, they aren’t compatible with the Anker Soundcore app. They also don’t come with any sound customization features like an EQ or presets to help you fine-tune their sound.

Best Cheap Truly Wireless Earbuds

JLab Audio GO Air POP True Wireless

The best cheap wireless earbuds we’ve tested are the JLab Audio Go Air POP True Wireless. These earbuds don’t have stand-out features like the Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 Truly Wireless’ extremely long battery life, and like the previous pick, they don’t have an EQ for sound customization. You can cycle through a few EQ presets with the onboard controls. With the default EQ setting, they have a bass-rich sound that adds punch and boom to your audio without overwhelming instruments and vocals. They’re well-built and rated IPX4 for resistance against light water exposure. Their stable fit makes them a solid inexpensive choice for the gym. They don’t have ANC and don’t passively isolate from as much noise as the Anker, but they do a decent job of blocking out ambient sound. They have a long nine-hour continuous battery life, meaning they can last through a workday or long flight, and their case holds three extra charges. The case’s charging cable is built into it, which can be convenient but also means that you need to replace the earbuds if the cable gets damaged.

Best Truly Wireless Earbuds For Running

Jaybird Vista 2 Truly Wireless

The Jaybird Vista 2 Truly Wireless are the best Βluetooth earbuds for running we’ve tested. Unlike other picks on this list, these buds have a rugged and sturdy build, rated IP68, meaning they’re fully dust-tight and protected from water immersion, making them a solid choice for tough hikes and outdoor activity. They’re also very comfortable and have a stable in-ear fit, so they won’t move around or fall out during a run. The case is also rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, so you can toss it in a bag without worrying about dirt or rain damaging your headphones. These earbuds have a well-balanced default sound profile that you can customize with a parametric EQ and presets in the headphones’ companion app. While their roughly five hours of continuous battery life is short for a 9-5 workday, it’ll last through most workouts, and their case holds a few extra charges. Unfortunately, even though they have an ANC feature, it doesn’t offer a very good noise isolation performance, so they aren’t ideal if you want to isolate yourself from noise at the gym. That may not be an issue if you run outside since it makes it a little easier to stay aware of your surroundings.

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Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best earbuds buy for most people in each price range. We factor in the price (cheaper headphones win over pricier ones if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no headphones that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to choose for yourself, here is the list of all our reviews for truly wireless headphones. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect headphones. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

With a single battery life of 4 hours, it can be extended to 12 hours with the charging box, and the battery life is satisfactory.

Bluetooth 5.0 technology allows the headset to be connected to the device when it is taken out of the charging box.

Although the price of the Redmi AirDots 2 is very minimal, but this isn’t a entry level earbud, it has a good stability and comfort, worth a try.

Fast one-step paring, born to offeryou every convenience, the earbudsare built with very easy operation

You don’t need any skills to use this earbuds. Just take out the both earbuds fromthe charging case and they will power on and pair with each other automatically

Seamless switching betweenmono-ear and binaural mode

The new upgraded Redmi AirDots 2 doesn’t have master slave device limitations and supports seamless switching between mono-ear and binaural mode so you won’t have to pair again after using in in mono mode.

Pairing Video Guide

How to reset the earbuds

Press and hold the button for 15s, release it after the LED of the earbuds flashesin red and white 3 times and turns off then default setting recovery is completed


Latest Bluetooth 5. 0 chipset to ensure most stableconnection, smoothest transmission

Redmi AirDots 2 is equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 chip, and the data transfer rate is up to 2 timeshigh compared with the previous generation. The Bluetooth connection won’t cut in and out from yourcellphone when you walk down street or put it in your back You could enjoy low bass anddecent sound audio in a loud enough volume with no latency despite the environmental noise

Deliver impeccable sound quality and clear flawless in-ear call using the noise reduction of 7.2mm moving coil drive unit and DSP intelligent environment noise reduction

When the material and tuning are the same, the larger the size of the speaker unit, the better of the low frequency. The Redmi AirDots 2 are equipped with a 7.2mm sound unit, which has a low-frequency dive and a medium-to-high frequency. In the compact design, we still equipped you with DSP intelligent environment noise reduction technology, so you do not have to worry about the quality of the call

Only 4.1g lightweight and comfortable towear is the highlight of Redmi AirDots 2

Thanks to the strict weight control of 4.1g. You don’t have to worry about it falling down. We have prepared 3 models of earplugs to meet your higher requirements for closure and firmness, even when running, punching, and listening to music. Three pairs different sizes of eartips to block outer surrounding noise, ensure your headphones comfortable to wear for long hours with no pain. They fit securely, not easy to fall from ears.

  • 15 hours ofmovies
  • 12 hours ofmusic
  • 12 hours ofgames
  • 12 hours ofconversation

Up to 4 hours of playback per charge, and the charging case extends the time for up to 12 hours

The earbuds could provide 4 hours music time after fully charged by charging case. It could be fully charged by charging case for 3 times, so the total playtime could up to 15 hours, it could meet your whole day usage without battery issues

One button control, the multifunction button cancontrol music, calls and voice assistant

Voice control

“Hey Google, play my morning playlist”

“Hey Siri, call mom on speaker”

“Hey Google, dim the bedroom lights”

“Hey Siri, set a timer for 20 minutes”

“Hey Google, set the temperature to 75 degrees”

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For help, reminders and more – talk to your assistant

Your voice assistant makes life that bit easier — ask it to play your favorite music, dial and answer calls, reply to messages, find out the weather forecast, remind you about appointments, birthdays, anniversaries and when to pay bills.

Can i connect Redmi AirDots 2 with two mobile phones at the same time? Redmi AirDots 2 can’t be connected with two phones at the same time

Is Redmi AirDots 2 waterproof? The earbuds are IPX4 water resistance but the charging case is not water resistance

Can I adjust the volume with Redmi AirDots 2? The earbuds itself cannot adjust the volume and needs to be adjusted by the phone

Whether the Redmi AirDots 2 is a two-channel earbuds? Redmi AirDots uses the Raychem RTL8763BFR Bluetooth chip to support two-channel stereo

Can I control music through Redmi AirDots 2 if its 10 meters away from the phone? Yes, Redmi AirDots 2 can be connected up to 10 meters in a barrier-free environment

How to check the battery level of Redmi AirDots 2? It supports viewing the earbuds’s power on iPhone and Android phones once connected

Does it work with WhatsApp calls? It supports WhatsApp calls but there are some reported issues where the function does not work properly on some of the mobile phones

Can I connect the Redmi AirDots 2 to the Mi Band or other Bluetooth smartbands? No, the Bluetooth earbuds and the Bluetooth smartbands both belong to the receiving terminal devices

Will Redmi AirDots 2 shut down automatically? Yes, when the earbuds are outside the charging box with no connection and not in use for about 5 minutes, it will automatically shut down

Does my Redmi AirDots 2 supports 3rd party chat and voice input? Yes, they support both iOS and Android systems

How secure is the connection when talking, listening to songs or playing games? The connection is secure but if there are a large number of Wi-Fi connections, 4G signals or high-power appliances it may cause interference

Is there any delay time in playing the game with two earbuds at the same time? Affected by the usage environment, network, and mobile phone codec speed, it will cause different delays when the mobile phone transmits audio data to the earphone

If your Redmi AirDots 2 left and right earbuds won’t charge Affected by the usage environment, network, and mobile phone codec speed, it will cause different delays when the mobile phone transmits audio data to the earphone

Does it have active noise cancellation? Redmi AirDots 2 doesn’t have active noise cancellation but we have equipped it with DSP intelligent environment noise reduction technology which can reduce surrounding noise

The actual battery life of the earbuds may vary depending on the intensity of use and the model of the phone

The battery life is tested by NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd, report number: NTC1901306SV00

Redmi AirDots 2 can connect with Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones and devices that support Bluetooth playback

For voice assistant function, your mobile phone needs to support the voice assistant and the mobile phone needs to be unlocked

The weight of the single earbud is about 4.1g, and the specific weight may vary slightly

Tips come in three sizes (S,M,L) providing a comfortable fit for ears of all sizes

Redmi AirDots 2 IPX4 water resistance test report is from NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd, Report No.: NTC1903187SV00

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | Step-by-step Guide 2021

The Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro have up to 28 hours of standby time, the IPX4 waterproof certification, up to 6 hours of music playback with a fully charged battery, Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX, AAC, and SBC codecs, and much more. Learn how to use them with this new Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | Everything You Need To Know!

To iOS and Android phones

Step 1: Open the lid of the charging case. After that, the earbuds will turn on automatically.

Step 2: Press and hold the multifunction touch button on both earbuds for about 2 seconds. When a white light starts flashing on both earbuds, they will be ready to pair to any device.

Step 3: Go to the device’s Bluetooth settings.

Step 4: Select “Redmi Buds 3 Pro”. If a password is needed, type “0000”.

Step 5: After that, the pairing will be done.

To PC (Windows)

Step 1: Turn on Window’s Bluetooth.

Step 2: Go to the settings.

Step 3: Go to “Bluetooth and other devices”.

Step 4: Click on “Add device”.

Step 5: Click on Bluetooth.

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Step 6: Open the lid of the charging case. After that, the earbuds will turn on automatically.

Step 7: Press and hold the multifunction touch button on both earbuds for about 2 seconds. When a white light starts flashing on both earbuds, they will be ready to pair to any device.

Step 8: Select “Redmi Buds 3 Pro”. If a password is needed, type “0000”.

Step 9: After that, the pairing will be done.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | How to Wear?

Step 1: Take both earbuds out of the charging case.

Step 2: Identify the left and right earbuds.

Step 3: Choose the ear tips that best suit your ears.

Step 4: Insert the headphones into the inner canal of the ears.

Step 5: Rotate for the best possible comfort and best fit, and make sure that the microphone is pointing to the mouth.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | How to Turn On and Off?

Turn on: Open the lid of the charging case. After that, the earbuds will turn on automatically.

Turn off: Place the earbuds into the charging case and close its lid. After that, the earbuds will turn off automatically.

How to Control? / How to Operate? – Instructions

  • Play or pause music: Press the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds two times.
  • Play the next song: Press the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds three times.
  • Answer an incoming call: Press the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds two times.
  • End a current call: Press the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds three times.
  • Reject an incoming call: Press the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds three times.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | How to Activate ANC?

To turn on and off the ANC mode in the Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro, all you have to do is to press and hold the multifunction touch button on any of the earbuds.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | How to Activate Mono Mode?

To activate the mono mode in the Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro, all you have to do is to pair the earbuds with the desired device and take one of the earbuds out of the charging case. It can be used alone.


To charge the earbuds, all you have to do is to place them into the charging case and close the lid. The earbuds will start charging automatically.

Charging case

To charge the charging case, all you have to do is to connect the case to a USB charger or charging port with the included USB-A to C cable. It will start charging automatically.


  • White light flashing: Earbuds ready to pair to any device.
  • White light on: Earbuds charging.
  • White light off: Earbuds fully charged.
  • White light on while resetting: Earbuds resetting.
  • White light flashing while resetting: Earbuds resetting.

Charging case

  • White light flashing: Case have low battery.
  • White light on for about 5 seconds: Case fully charged.
  • White light on: Case charging.

Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual | How to Reset?

Step 1: Place the earbuds into the charging case.

Step 2: Press and hold the multifunction touch button on both earbuds for at least 10 seconds, until a white light turns on.

Step 3: Clear the pairing information of the device to pair.

Step 4: After that, a light on the earbuds will start flashing, and the resetting will be done.

Left / Right / One side of the earbuds have stopped working

If this happens, it may be because it is low on battery or it did not connect correctly with the device. To fix this, you can do the following:

Try charging the earbud that is not working or both, placing them in the charging case.

Try factory resetting the earbuds.

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Check if the earbuds are operating within a normal working range.

If that doesn’t work, the earbud is probably faulty, and I can go for a refund or replacement of it.

Left / Right / One side of the earbuds has low volume

If this happens, it may be because the earbuds are dirty or the volume is set low. To fix this, you can do the following:

Try cleaning the earbud using a cotton swab or carefully clean the mesh with a pin.

Try factory resetting the earbuds.

Microphone not working

If this happens, it can be because the microphone is muted, or the earbuds are badly positioned. To fix this, you can do the following:

If the microphone is muted, check the device microphone volume. If that doesn’t work, that means that there might be a defect in the earbud, so try replacing them or get a refund.

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Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro earbuds not connecting to Windows/laptop/PC

If the earbuds are earbuds not connecting, it can be because the Bluetooth on the computer has a pairing problem. To fix this, you can do the following:

Try disabling Bluetooth from nearby devices then activate pairing mode of the earbuds, pair and connect earbuds from Settings Bluetooth other devices Add a new device elect Bluetooth,

Try uninstalling and reinstalling the Bluetooth driver, or update the Bluetooth driver. All can be done in Manage Device Manager, reset earbuds (if available), and then repeat the step.

Try resetting the earbuds.

Are Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro waterproof?

The Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro earbuds have the IPX4 certification, which means they’re dustproof, splash and sweat-resistant.

Does Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro have a microphone?

Yes, the Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro have integrated microphones.

Do Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro have low latency/gaming mode?

No, the Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro don’t have a low latency/gaming mode.

How to know when Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro are fully charged?

When the earbuds are charging, a white light turns on. When fully charged, that light turns off.

Can Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro connect to PC and Laptop?

Yes, the Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro can connect to PCs, laptops, and tablets.

We hope you now know how to operate the earphone from the above Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Manual. Want to know anything about the earphones? Do not hesitate to ask in the Комментарии и мнения владельцев section.

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