How to Reset Your Apple Airpods

If you’re having trouble with your Apple Airpods, resetting them may be the best solution. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it.

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Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.

Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.

On your iPhone, go to settings app

Tap General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings.

Now open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.
A popup should appear on your iPhone asking if you want to connect your AirPods. Tap Connect, then tap Done.

On your iPhone, go to the Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.

Resetting your network settings will delete all stored Wi-Fi passwords, and other network information.

Here’s how to reset your AirPods:
1. Put both AirPods in your charging case.
2. Hold down the button on the back of the case until you see the status light turn orange a few times, then white.
3. On your iPhone, go to the Settings > Bluetooth menu and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.
4.find your AirPods on the list of devices and tap the “i” next to it.
5. Tap Forget This Device, then tap Forget Device to confirm.
6. Repeat steps 1-4 with your other AirPod if necessary.

Once your iPhone has restarted, open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.

A reset should be your last resort when troubleshooting your AirPods, but if all else fails, it’s a good way start from scratch. Here’s how to reset your AirPods:

1. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.

2. Open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone.

3. Press and hold the setup button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds, or until you see status light flash white This means that your AirPods have been reset and are ready to be re-paired with your iPhone.

A popup should appear on your iPhone asking if you want to connect to the “AirPods” earbuds. Tap Connect.

If you’re having trouble with your Apple AirPods, resetting them might be best way to fix the problem. Here’s how to do it.

The first thing you’ll want to do is make sure that your AirPods are in their charging case and that the case has enough charge to power them up. Once you’ve done that, open up the lid of the case and hold down the button on the back for about 15 seconds. You should see a white light on the front of the case flash a few times, indicating that the reset is complete.

If your AirPods are still having issues after resetting them, you may need to replace their batteries. You can find instructions for how to do that here.

Your AirPods are now reset and ready to connect to your other devices.

If your AirPods are having connectivity issues, resetting them may help. You can reset your AirPods by placing them back in their case and then holding the setup button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds until you see the status light turn white.

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