The technology relates to detecting whether a pair of wireless earbuds are being worn by the same person or two different persons. Doing so may include detecting a signal from a sensor in each of the two wireless earbuds, finding a correlation between the signals from the two wireless earbuds, and determining, based on the correlation, whether the two wireless earbuds are being worn by a same person, or by two different persons. Based on this determination, a setting of one or both of the wireless earbuds may be adjusted, such as audio broadcasting, noise cancellation, and/or language settings.
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Branson, Christopher and Champy, Adam, "Same User Vs. Different User Detection", Technical Disclosure Commons, (August 09, 2018)