- How to reset your Apple Airpods
- Why you might need to reset your Airpods
- How to factory reset your Airpods
- How to unpair your Airpods from your iPhone
- How to charge your Airpods
- How to use Siri with your Airpods
- How to use Find My iPhone to find your Airpods
- How to clean your Airpods
- How to troubleshoot your Airpods
- How contact apple support about your Airpods
If you’re looking to reset your Apple Airpods, here’s a quick and easy guide on how to do it.
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How to reset your Apple Airpods
Resetting your AirPods will delete all of the custom settings you have made, including connectivities to other devices, so make sure you won’t need those anymore. You will also need to re-pair your AirPods with your iPhone after the reset is complete.
Why you might need to reset your Airpods
If you’re having trouble with your AirPods, you may need to reset them. Resetting your AirPods can fix several issues, including connection problems anddouble audio issues.
There are two ways to reset your AirPods: via the Settings app on your iOS device or by using the physical buttons on the AirPods themselves. We’ll go over both methods so you can choose the one that’s best for you.
Before you reset your AirPods, make sure that they’re in their charging case and that the case has enough charge to power them up. If not, connect the case to a power source using a Lightning cable before proceeding.
How to factory reset your Airpods
There are a few reasons might want to reset your AirPods. Maybe you’re selling them or returning them to Apple, maybe you’re having technical difficulties, or maybe you just want to start from scratch.
Whatever the reason, it’s easy to reset your AirPods. Here’s how!
If you want to factory reset your AirPods, meaning they’ll erase all of their current settings and data and start from scratch, here’s what you need to do:
First, make sure your AirPods are in their charging case and that the case has charge.
Then, press and hold the setup button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds until you see the status light flash white.
That’s it! Your AirPods have been reset and are now ready to be set up again with a new device.
How to unpair your Airpods from your iPhone
On your iPhone, open the case—with your AirPods inside—and hold it next to your iPhone. The case’s status light should flash white.
Then on your iPhone, tap Forget This Device.
How to charge your Airpods
Your AirPods will come in a charging case, which will need to be charged using a Lightning cable. To charge the case, simply plug it into a power source using the Lightning cable. The LED on the front of the case will turn white to indicate that it’s charging.Once the case is charged, you can check the LED light on the back of the case to see how much charge is left. A green light indicates that the case is fully charged, while an amber light means that there’s less than 100% charge remaining.
To charge your AirPods, simply place them in the charging case and make sure that they are seated correctly. The LED on the front of the case will turn white to indicate that your AirPods are charging. Once they are fully charged, the LED will turn green.
How to use Siri with your Airpods
You can use Siri with your AirPods to play music, make phone calls, adjust volume, and more. Just double-tap either AirPod to talk to Siri. You can also ask Siri to do things by saying, “Hey Siri.”
How to use Find My iPhone to find your Airpods
If you’ve misplaced your Airpods, you can use the “Find My iPhone” feature to locate them. Here’s how:
1. Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone and tap on apple id at the top of the screen.
2. Tap ” iCloud” and then scroll down to “Find My iPhone.” Make sure that this feature is enabled.
3. Once you’ve enabled “Find My iPhone,” open the app and select your Airpods from the list of devices.
4. You’ll see a map with the location of your Airpods. If they’re nearby, you can play a sound to help locate them.
How to clean your Airpods
If your AirPods are dirty, then you may notice sound quality issues or a decline in how well they fit in your ears. If you think that your AirPods need a little bit of a clean, then follow these steps.
Before you start cleaning your AirPods, make sure to power them off. Then, use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth to wipe them down. Be sure to avoid getting any moisture on the cloth— if you do, make sure to dry it off before continuing. You can also use this opportunity to clean the charging case.
Once you’ve wiped down your AirPods and charging case with the dry cloth, you can move on to using a slightly dampened one. Use distilled water or Apple-approved cleaning solutions— avoid using household cleaners, as they may damage your AirPods. Gently wipe down the surfaces of your AirPods and charging case until they’re clean.
Once you’re finished cleaning, be sure to dry everything off completely before putting your AirPods back in the charging case. If you want to disinfect your AirPods or charging case, then you can use 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipes; just be sure not to get any moisture inside of the charging case— doing so could damage your AirPods.
How to troubleshoot your Airpods
If your AirPods are having trouble connecting to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, make sure that your device is near your AirPods, within Bluetooth range. If you can’t connect to your AirPods, get help with connecting.
If you’re using your AirPods with a Mac that doesn’t have the latest version of macOS, or if you’re using an older model of AirPods, you might be able to use a 3.5mm audio cable to play audio from your device. Just plug the cable into the headphone jack on your device and the Lightning connector on the case.
If one or both of your AirPods aren’t receiving audio from your device, make sure that both AirPods are in your ears. If you’re using one AirPod and you see a yellow light next to the other one in the Find My iPhone app , it means that the second AirPod isn’t in its case but is still connected to your iOS device.
If you see an amber light next to an AirPod in the Find My iPhone app , it means that the battery on that particular airpod is critically low and you should put it back in its case to charge.
If one of your airpods isn’t playing audio or acting Strangely (like making static noises), there might be something wrong with that particular airpod. To find out which airpod is causing the problem:
1)Put both airpods in their case
2)Connect the case to power and wait for 5 minutes
3)Open the lid and check if both airpods have green lights next to them
4) If only one airpod has a green light, then that’s probably the problem airpod
5) If both airpods have green lights next to them then there might be dirt or debris in one of the airpods earbuds
How contact apple support about your Airpods
There’s no denying that Apple’s Airpods are some of the most popular wireless headphones on the market. But even the best headphones can have issues, and when yours stop working properly, you’ll want to know how to reset them.
If you’re having problems with your Airpods, the first thing you should do contact apple support They can help you troubleshoot the issue and, if necessary, walk you through a reset.
Here’s how contact apple support about your Airpods:
1. Open the Apple Support app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Tap Get Support.
3. Tap headphones & speakers.
4. Tap AirPods & EarPods.
5. Select your issue and tap Next.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen to get started with your service request.