USB-c headphones not recognized by my Google Pixel 7 Pro

USB-c headphones not recognized by my Google Pixel 7 Pro

In fact, we still find a lot of headsets or earphones that plug in via a 3.5mm jack . Many people also prefer to keep a jack connection, simply because they consider that the quality audio is excellent. You try to plug in your car radio the car , your headset or earphones on your Google Pixel 7 Pro, however all of this does not work. No sound or music does not come out of the device. Your Google Pixel 7 Pro has a USB-C port to connect its devices. With this article, we will explain the different causes of earphones or headphones not recognized by your Android. This can come from a number of explanations, such as a bad adapter, an update that is too old, incompatible headphones, etc.

The first thing to do is to check that the volume on your phone is increased, as well as that on your device (car, speaker, headphones, etc.).

USB-c headphones not recognized by my Google Pixel 7 Pro and update

Sometimes while connecting your headphones, you are recommended to perform an update in the notification area. The update will be essential for the operation of your headphones. Perform the update when prompted.

What to do if you have an update problem?

If you are unable to complete the update, turn off your Google Pixel 7 Pro and turn it back on. And reconnect your headset. You should be offered the update.

Activate Audio output through the USB-C port of your Google Pixel 7 Pro

From time to time you will need to activate the sound output to the USB-C port, follow these instructions:

  • Open Settings
  • Developer mode
  • Multimedia Section
  • Then ACTIVATE Disable USB audio routing

Problem detecting headphones on your Google Pixel 7 Pro

Occasionally your phone will not recognize the headphones correctly. you will have to clear the cache of the USB-c port. With this in mind, go through the directions explained below:

  • go to Settings of your Google Pixel 7 Pro
  • Apps
  • System apps
  • USB Setting to clear cache

Headphones incompatible with your Google Pixel 7 Pro

You have a message displayed » the connected USB device is not supported » when plugging in your headphones. Have you tried using the USB headphones provided when purchasing your Google Pixel 7 Pro. As a general rule, it is a incompatibility between your phone and the headset. Try buying a headset or USB-C wired headphones compatible on your Google Pixel 7 Pro. If this is not the case, switch to wireless headphones, which will connect via bluetooth .

Dust in the USB-c port

Do not hesitate to use a toothpick or a pin and clean the USB-c socket, sometimes the too large number of impurities do not allow a good connection between the plugs. Carry out this cleaning gently so as not to damage your port.

USB-c to jack adapter incompatible with your Google Pixel 7 Pro

Not all USB-c to jack adapters will be compatible on your mobile phone. First try plugging in another pair of headphones to find out if the problem is with your adapter or your headphones. If this comes from your adapter, use one that is compatible with your Google Pixel 7 Pro, such as the Ugreen adapter. USB-c to 3.5mm jack.

What if none of the solutions worked to connect the headphones to your phone?

The last method is to reset your Google Pixel 7 Pro, however remember to make a backup of the data on your Google Pixel 7 Pro.

If you want other solutions on your Google Pixel 7 Pro, you can explore the tutorials in the category: Google Pixel 7 Pro.