Mar 26, 2020
I tried to contact my local support team (in Australia) as suggested - but all it did, after I entered my serial number, was announce that my warranty has expired and give me a link to purchase a new pair. There's no way to actually contact anyone to discuss the possibility of repairs (even at my expense if required).
I've tried the recent suggestion of rolling back the firmware, deleting and re-initialising device connections and resetting the headphones, but they still suffer the same fault. It's clear that there is a fault with the headphones because there are several people on this thread who have described the same problem, over several years. I bought these headphones in January 2019 - only a little over a year ago. For the cost, I'd expect that a product from a company with the premium reputation of Bose would last quite a bit more than a year, so to be honest this response is not really good enough from a consumer point of view. I'm hardly likely to pay a premium price for a new set of headphones if I'm not reasonably certain of getting several years of use out of them.
The headphones obviously need to be looked at, there is clearly some sort of fault with them. Do you have any suggestions for how we might resolve the issue?
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May 20, 2020
I have the exact same problem and it's just infuriating. It happens so much it has rendered a very expensive set of headphones GARBAGE. DO SOMETHING BOSE.......rather than telling us to call your customer service. This is clearly a valid issue.
I'm having the same problem as well since upgrading to Firmware 4.5.2.
I love that Bose have marked this as resolved - when it clearly isn't...
Jun 3, 2020
Jun 12, 2020
Mine all of a sudden started to work without restarting every 20 minutes over the weekend.
I noticed that my computers were all turned off when i noticed it wasn't happening anymore.
Went on to my computers and in bluetooth removed my headphones - there was some old devices that were my headphones - but they didn't work anymore.
Been listening to music for 2 hours now with no shutdown.
Only other thing that changed recently for me was that i downgraded firmware last week - however the issue kept happening after the firmware downgrade...
Jun 16, 2020
I have got the same issue - for a few months now, my QC 35 II have been sort of restarting themselves every 9-40 mins, both when paired with my laptop and my Blackberry.
This is extremely disruptive especially in voice and video calls, and very annoying when listening to something on either laptop or phone.
I had done the latest update in an attempt to solve this, and then downgraded them again, both to no avail. We have done some research online into this issue and have come across this thread and followed the advise to contact Bose support.
Unfortunately, though, the support was less than supportive! I decided to use the WhatsApp chat, and after being guided through some computer questions, the solution they offered me was to buy new headphones at a discounted price, as mine are outside of warranty!!! Extremely poor, surely that can't be the only solution for this! Any further assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Jun 24, 2020
Bose, you will need to fix this issue. It's on your end. Same thing happening to me, headphone shut off after a certain amount of time. I have 3 pairs of Bose headphones. Will be my last Bose product purchase if this is not resolved soon. The head phones are worthless with the shut downs.