While using Apple AirPods, we may accidentally and unfortunately encounter a problem. There are also instances when the typical methods to fix a problem may not result in a repair. If this is the case, it’s a good idea to try resetting your AirPods so you can set them up from the beginning. People who own AirPods also reset their headphones in case they want to sell them to another person, for example. Read this article and follow our method for executing an AirPods reset.
To perform an AirPods reset, prepare the charging case of these AirPods and your device on which you use AirPods, such as iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
How to Reset AirPods and AirPods Pro?
- Put your AirPods/AirPods Pro into their charging case.
- Close the lid of the charging case and wait 30 seconds.
- Open the lid of the charging case.
- On your iPhone (or iPad/iPod touch), go to the Settings app.
- Now press Bluetooth.
- If your AirPods are visible in the list of detected Bluetooth devices, click on the More Info button located next to your AirPods.
- Press Forget This Device and confirm the action.
- With the lid open, press and hold the setup button located at the back of the charging case for 15 seconds. After that time, the status light will flash amber, and then white.
- Now you can reconnect your AirPods.
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