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How to Connect Blackweb Headphones & Earbuds to Bluetooth

by on February 08, 2019
in Music and Video, Home Audio, Speakers, Headphones, Tips & How-Tos, Tech 101 :: 17 comments

Blackweb are a brand of inexpensive headphones and earbuds sold by Walmart. If you're having trouble figuring out how to connect your Blackweb headphones to Bluetooth, follow these steps:

  1. Turn on pairing mode for your Blackweb headphones
  2. Find your Blackweb headphones on your phone or laptop and pair them
  3. Confirm successful pairing
  4. Troubleshoot your Bluetooth connection.

1. Turn on pairing mode for your Blackweb headphones

Blackweb headphones and earbuds typically share the same button for Power On/Off and Bluetooth pairing. If you press and hold the button for two seconds, the headphones will power on and you'll see a flashing blue light. Hold the button for five seconds and you'll see the light alternately flash between red and blue — this indicates the headphones are now in pairing mode.

2. Find your Blackweb headphones on your phone or laptop and pair them

Android. Go to Settings and turn on Bluetooth. In Bluetooth click “Pair new device”. When you see your Blackweb headphones come up in the list, tap it and it should be paired with your phone.

iPhone. Go to Settings and then Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth. Look for your Blackweb headphones under “OTHER DEVICES” and tap on it to connect.

MacOS. On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth. Select your Blackweb headphones from the list, then click Connect. If asked, click Accept.

Windows 10. Open “Bluetooth & other devices” in the System Settings either by clicking on your Bluetooth button in the tool bar and selecting “Show Bluetooth devices”. If the Bluetooth button is hidden, you'll find it under the upward arrow on the task bar at the bottom of your display (see below).

Bluetooth button on Windows 10

When the Add a device window comes up, click “Bluetooth”. Look for your Blackweb headphones in the list and tap on it to connect. Alternatively, search for “Bluetooth” in your Windows search box. When the Bluetooth & other devices window comes up, make sure Bluetooth is on then click “Add Bluetooth or other device” and select your device from the list.

3. Confirm successful pairing

When you have successfully paired your Blackweb headphones to your phone or laptop, the LED on your headphones will stop blinking and you should hear an audio confirmation that your device is paired (either a tone or voice confirmation).

4. Troubleshooting your Bluetooth connection

If you have followed the steps above and your device still isn’t pairing, try the steps in our detailed guide on how to fix Bluetooth pairing problems.

And if you're ready to ditch your Blackweb headphones entirely, take a look at our pick for the best Bluetooth headphones under $50.

[Image credits: Walmart, Techlicious]



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Help

From Nate Cooper on June 22, 2019 :: 11:24 am

When I try pairing my earbuds to my laptop it asks me for a pin. Where can I find this pin it asks me for?

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Try forgetting and reparing

From Josh Kirschner on June 24, 2019 :: 1:02 pm

Go to your laptop Bluetooth settings and look at your “Previously connected devices”. Are the Blackweb headphones there? If so, click the settings icon and hit “Forget”. Then turn off your Blackweb headphones and turn them back on in pairing mode. Did that fix it?

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Pairing more than one device

From John on June 28, 2019 :: 11:32 pm

Can I pair my Blsckweb headphones to two different devices?

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Yes

From Josh Kirschner on July 01, 2019 :: 5:56 pm

You should be able to pair your headphones to multiple devices. You obviously can’t pair and listen to more than one device at the same time, though.

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My Blackweb wireless earbuds

From John Fink on July 05, 2019 :: 2:48 pm

I cannot pair my earbuds to more than one device at a time. And I need it to be able to connect to two different android phones. Please help if I can get this resolved soon I won’t have to make a trip to Walmart for no reason.

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They may not be compatible with multipoint

From Josh Kirschner on July 10, 2019 :: 11:20 am

Not all Bluetooth headphones offer multipoint compatibility (the ability to connect to two devices at the same time). Typically, the cheaper ones don’t. I can’t find any information in Blackweb’s documentation about supporting multipoint, so I would assume that they don’t.

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Can I use just one

From Island Girl on June 30, 2019 :: 4:33 pm

Can I use just one earbud? Seems dangerous not being able to hear what’s going on around you.

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If you want.

From Josh Kirschner on July 01, 2019 :: 6:04 pm

Yes, you can always just use one earbud if you want for safety, but you’re probably better of getting a pair of bone conduction headphones. That will give you stereo sound, while still being able to hear all the noises around you. I’m a big fan of the Trekz Air headphones. They’re $119.95 on Amazon or Aftershokz.com.

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How to call out

From Jesse Fussell on July 01, 2019 :: 11:06 pm

I recently purchased a Blackweb ear buds for my I phone. Had no problem with pairing. How do you make an outbound call with them?

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You can't make an outbound call through the headphones

From Josh Kirschner on July 03, 2019 :: 1:31 pm

You can’t make outbound calls with the headphones. Once paired, to make calls you dial on the iPhone as you normally would (or ask Siri to make the call), then you can use your headphones for the audio and mic (assuming you bought a pair that includes a built-in mic). For inbound calls, you press the button on the headphones to answer.

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help.

From malena on July 04, 2019 :: 4:47 pm

can’t pair with my iphone.  It tells me to make sure my earbuds are turned on.  They are.  and they are blinking.  I’ve reset everything.  Still nothing. Help

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help. Pairing devices

From Shannon on July 10, 2019 :: 9:54 am

You need to go under Apps and go to your Google app and erase cache.

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Go to your iPhone Bluetooth

From Josh Kirschner on July 10, 2019 :: 11:09 am

Go to your iPhone Bluetooth settings and look at “My Devices”. Are the Blackweb headphones there? If so, click the settings “i” icon and hit “Forget This Device”. Then turn off your Blackweb headphones and turn them back on in pairing mode. Did that fix it?

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No se emparejan mis auriculares blackweb

From Fernando on July 10, 2019 :: 9:41 pm

Compre mis auriculares blackweb modelo BWD19AAH06 pero no logro emparejarlos, solo se escucha el del lado derecho, Busco reseteartlos como salieron de fabrica pero no se como, ademas busco en mi Android la configuracion de Bluetoot para borrar la memoria caché pero no me aparece como aplicacion,hpuedes ayudarme?

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i can´t pair my earphones blackweb

From Fernando on July 10, 2019 :: 9:45 pm

I bought my blackweb earphones model BWD19AAH06 but I can not pair them, only the right side is heard, I look to reset them as they left the factory but I do not know, I also look in my Android Bluetooth configuration to clear the cache but it does not appear as an application , can you help me?

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Try these steps

From Josh Kirschner on July 12, 2019 :: 2:47 pm

Go to your Android Bluetooth settings and, if you see the Blackweb earbuds, click the gear icon to “forget” them. Then turn off your earbuds and turn them back on in pairing mode (hold for 5 seconds until flashing). Did that fix it?

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Can't get text messages

From Jerry t on July 13, 2019 :: 7:25 pm

I can get phone calls, listen to music, and my GPS map gives me directions
but can not get it to receive Text messages.  Can you help

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