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How To Use Oraimo FreePods 3

Want to learn how to use Oraimo Freepod 3? I’ll guide you in this post.

Quick Tip: To use Oraimo FreePods 3, start by ensuring they’re charged. Then, remove them from the case and put them in your ears. They’ll automatically enter pairing mode, and you can connect them to your device through Bluetooth settings.

Don’t go yet. There’s a little more information you should know about the EarPods. Keep reading to find out.

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How To Use Oraimo FreePods 3 [Step-by-Step Guide]

Here’s a full guide on how to use the Oraimo FreePods 3:

Step 1: Unbox the FreePods

When you first unbox the product, you’ll find the following items:

  • Two wireless earbuds
  • A charging case
  • A USB Type-C charging cable
  • User manual and warranty card

Note that the charging case is not only for storage but also for charging your earbuds on the go.

Step 2: Charge the FreePods

Before you start using your Oraimo FreePods 3, ensure they are fully charged. Here’s how to charge them:

  1. Place the earbuds in their respective slots in the charging case.
  2. Close the lid of the case.
  3. Connect the charging case to a power source using the included USB Type-C cable.

The LED indicator on the front of the case will show the charging status. Once fully charged, the earbuds are ready to use.

Step 3: Pair With Your Device

Pairing your Oraimo FreePods 3 with your smartphone or other devices is a simple process. This is all you have to do:

  1. Open the lid of the charging case with the earbuds inside.
  2. The earbuds will automatically enter pairing mode. To ascertain this, the LED indicators on them will flash blue and red.
  3. Then, on your device, go to the Bluetooth settings and select “Oraimo FreePods 3” from the available devices list.

The EarPods will now pair with your device and be ready for use. They will automatically connect to your device when you take them out of the case. For a comprehensive guide, see how to connect Oraimo FreePods 3.

How To Control Oraimo FreePods 3

Here are different ways you can control the Oraimo FreePods 3 earbuds:

a. Playing and Pausing Music

To play or pause music, tap once on either earbud. This is useful when you need to quickly pause your audio to have a conversation or listen to an announcement.

b. Adjusting the Volume

You can adjust the volume of Oraimo Freepods 3 by double-tapping the left earbud to decrease it and double-tapping the right earbud to increase it. This allows you to find the perfect audio level without reaching for your device.

c. Answering Calls with the EarPods

When a call comes in, tap once on either earbud to answer it. You can use both earbuds during calls for a stereo experience, or use just one if you prefer.

d. Accessing Voice Assistant

To use the voice assistant via the Oraimo FreePods 3, triple-tap on either earbud to activate your device’s voice assistant, whether it’s Siri, Google Assistant, or another voice service.

You might also want to check out our guide on how to turn on Oraimo FreePods 3 without the case.

Tips for Extending the Battery Life of Oraimo FreePods 3

Oraimo FreePods 3 offer decent battery life, but you can make it last longer with the following simple practices:

  1. Avoid overcharging the device: Unplug the charging cable once your earbuds are fully charged to prevent overcharging, which can damage the battery over time.
  2. Regularly charge the case: Yes, you need to charge the case. Keeping your charging case topped up will ensure your earbuds have power when you need them.
  3. Use one earbud: If you’re not in need of stereo audio, you can use one earbud while keeping the other in the charging case. This can significantly extend its battery life.
  4. Turn off when not in use: If you won’t be using your FreePods for an extended period, power them off to conserve battery.

Related: how to know when Oraimo Power bank is fully charged.

Troubleshooting Common Issues with the FreePods

Even with proper care, you may encounter some common issues with this smart device. Here are likely issues you can encounter with your Oraimo FreePods 3 and how to address them:

1. Earbuds Not Connecting

If your FreePods 3 is not connecting to your device, do these:

  • Ensure Bluetooth is enabled on your device.
  • Check if the earbuds are properly charged.
  • Try forgetting the device on your Bluetooth settings and re-pairing.

2. Audio Quality Problems

If you experience audio quality issues:

  • Ensure the earbuds are clean and free from debris.
  • Check if there are any software updates available for the device.
  • Make sure your device’s Bluetooth connection is stable and not interfered with by other devices.

On this note, make sure you also learn how to reset your Oraimo FreePods 3. Sometimes, resetting the device can help solve any problems it’s having.

How To Maintain and Care for the EarBuds

Proper maintenance ensures the longevity of your FreePods 3. That said, here are two ways to maintain and care for the earbuds:

1. Clean the FreePods Regularly

Regularly clean your Oraimo FreePods to maintain sound quality. Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe away dirt and smudges from both the earbuds and the charging case.

2. Store Them Safely

When not in use, store your FreePods in their charging case. This not only keeps them protected but also ensures they are always charged and ready for action.

See also: How to pair Zealot headphones

Final Note

Oraimo FreePods 3 is a versatile and affordable audio accessory that can elevate your listening experience. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can use them effectively and troubleshoot common issues when they arise.

Remember, practice makes perfect. As you use your FreePods more frequently, you’ll become more accustomed to their controls and features.

2 thoughts on “How To Use Oraimo FreePods 3”

    1. Unfortunately, charging your Oraimo Freepods without the original charging case will be tricky and depends on the specific model you have. Some Freepod models, like the Freepods Pro, support wireless charging. If yours do, you can place them on a compatible wireless charging pad to charge them.

      Mind you, while a compatible replacement or used case might charge the earbuds, getting one might not be the easiest thing to do. Still, you can check online marketplaces like jiji or Facebook’s. You might find someone who has a spare case they’re willing to sell for cheap. Just make sure the replacement is in good condition.

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