Resetting your AirPods and AirPods Pro might resolve a variety of faults or glitches with your earphones. Many Apple customers are still experiencing issues with their AirPods right now.
Some of them are very common and can be fixed by resetting your wearable device, such as the following:
- If your iPhone or iPod is behind a wall, AirPods and AirPods Pro frequently have audio issues. When you listen to your favorite music, this can cause a static sound.
- Your Apple headphones will occasionally pause and play songs indefinitely without your permission. This problem occurs when your sensor fails.
- Another typical issue is that your AirPods do not connect to your iPhone or iPod.
How To Reset AirPods, AirPods Pro
The issues mentioned above can be solved by resetting your AirPods or AirPods Pro. Apple’s official support page provided the exact steps you need to follow:
- First, your AirPods needs to be in its charging case.
- Wait for 30 seconds before you open the lid.
- After that, on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad, follow these system patch: Settings > Bluetooth > More Info > AirPods.
- Once you reach the AirPods section, you need to forget that device.
- After that, press and hold the setup button on the back of your AirPods charging case for 15 seconds.
- When the status light flashes from amber to white, you can now reconnect your AirPods and check if the problems are no longer appearing.
What To Do if Resetting Doesn’t Work?
Life Wire provided some of the things you need to do if resetting ever doesn’t work.
- One of the tricks you can rely on is charging your AirPods case. Sometimes, your charging case doesn’t have enough power to reset your earphones.
- Second, you need to keep your AirPods charging case’s lid open for a few seconds. Remember to click the power button while the lid is open.
- Third, you must clean your AirPods charging case. You can use a cotton swab to remove any dirt that can affect the sensors.