My sleepbuds are making a weird (single) "Ping" sound in the middle night, which (ironically) wake me up each night. It seems to happen just once a night, but at seemingly random times. I've checked every setting in the app for what this sound could be, but I'm unable to figure it out. The battery level is at about 80 to 90% every morning, I don't have the low battery warning set, I don't have an alarm set, and I'm using the latest firmware. Does anyone have any clue what this sound might be, and how turn it off? Thanks.
Thanks for taking the time to reach out to us. Sorry to hear about your experience, that is unusual hear.
Can you please try resetting the charging case to see if that helps? To reset the case, insert a thin paper clip into the hole located on the back of the case until a click heard.
Can you also verify the version of the Bose Sleep app and Sleepbuds firmware?
Do you notice the "Ping" across all the sounds?
Please let us know your findings when you get the chance.
Thank you again!
Mohsin - Community Support
Hi there. I have exactly the same issue. As far as I can tell it happens once per night, but at varying times. One ping in the left bud, then one in the right a couple of seconds later. The first one seems louder, quite loud, but that might just be my perception or hearing. Note that I currently use the sleep buds without a sound playing so it seems more to do with the buds themselves rather than any particular sound. I have made sure the firmware on the case is current and the buds and app are also up to date.
Would be great to get this sorted as it does disturb. It is a real shame as the product is good otherwise. Thanks.
Thanks for posting, I am so sorry to hear about that. I would recommend contacting your local Sleepbud support team for assistance. Here is a link you can use. Click on your region, scroll down until you see "Contact Us."
Tony G - Community Support