Single or duel mode earbuds?



  • Bruce B.

    Hello Josh1931,


    Thank you for joining the community and for posting your query. I can definitely help you with this one.


    When connected to your phone, your earbuds will act as the primary audio source for a call.


    By default, you can accept and end phone calls using your right Jaybird RUN multifunction button. 


    To accept an incoming call, single press on your right earbud. The call audio is limited to the right earbud. When you accept a phone call, the left earbud will allow ambient sound in to assist with better hearing your own voice. This avoids the need to take the left earbud out during phone calls.


    To end a call, single press on your right earbud. Audio transparency will automatically turn off and, if applicable, audio will resume.


    To decline/reject a call, double press on your right earbud.


    You can change the single press functionality of your earbuds in the Jaybird app.


    Feel free to reach back to us by replying to this post or contacting our other support channels at


    Warm Regards,


    Jaybird Customer Experience


  • Lucas

    Bruce, you dense... he is talking about the typical bs that bluetooth manufacturers follow where they set one of the two wire-free buds as master and the other a slave; this means if you put away the master bug (left bud for example), the right one will not work... and it also can cause syncing issues when viewing videos.


    Josh, this has this issue as almost all wire-free buds...

  • Josh1931

    Thank for the real answer Lucaspia


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