AirPods acting strange? Reset it! Here is how to reset your Apple AirPods
If your AirPods are acting strange, here is how you can reset it in a few simple steps. Check them out.
Has your pair of Apple AirPods gone wrong? Is it unable to connect to your iPhone? Or is theme some recurring issue with the audio? You can take the AirPods to the service center but that is going to cost you a lot. Before taking it to Apple for the diagnose, you can simply do a reset at home. Sometimes, the issue is a software-based one and a simple reset can often fix things easily. Hence, if you are facing an issue with the Apple AirPods, there is a simple fix for it.
Unlike other Apple products like iPhones, iPads, Macs and iPod, the AirPods does not have any display to guide you to reset it. Instead, you have to rely on both your paired iPhone or iPad, and the some button combo tricks to get it done. Don't worry, the process is easy and we are here to guide you today. Here is how you can easily reset you pair of AirPods.
Note that the process applies to the AirPods 2nd Generation, AirPods 3rd Generation, and AirPods Pro. These models have the button on the case.
How to reset Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro
First, you need to put your Apple AirPods in their charging case and close the lid. Now, you need to wait for at least 30 seconds.
Now open the lid of your AirPods charging case. Wait for the iPhone or iPad to show that AirPods is connected to the device.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you need to go to Settings > Bluetooth and tap the More Info button next to the paired Apple AirPods.
Select on “Forget This Device”, and tap again to confirm. It will be removed form your iCloud account.
With the lid open, now press and hold the small circular button on the back of the case for about 15 seconds. Wait for the status light to flash amber, and then turn to white.
Your AirPods is now reset. Once done, now open the lid next to your iPhone or iPad, and carry on with the setup process.