How to Reset AirPods

How to Reset AirPods

There often comes a situation when you cannot pair up your lovely AirPods with your Bluetooth device; it could be a laptop, an android phone, or an IOS device.

Nothing you do ever works; the devices refuse to connect to your AirPods. In that case, what are you supposed to do? Replacing them would be costly, but there is a far simpler solution.

Reset your AirPods; yes, just knowing how to reset Airpods can help you with several frustrating problems you face with those tiny little devices. Resetting AirPods can be very simple; just follow the steps listed below:

How to Reset AirPods - AirPods and AirPods Pro​

How to reset AirPods Pro

Resetting your AirPods can be extremely practical since you have already been using them for some time; it is simple enough that not even Apple considers it worth enough to create a tutorial over. Still, if you can’t get the simple reset to work, you can try some workarounds here.

To reset your AirPods or AirPods Pro, follow the steps below:

  1. Make sure to put your AirPods in the charging case and close the lid
  2. At least wait for 30 seconds or more
  3. Hold the setup button on the back of the charging case for 15 seconds or until the LED flashes white.
  4. Release the button
  5. Ensure you have also removed the AirPods Bluetooth device from your phone.
  6. Hold the AirPods close to your device and start the pairing process again.
  7. Follow the onscreen instructions for connecting your device.

And that is how to reset AirPods and AirPods Pro. This should successfully fix whatever problem your AirPods were facing and get them to connect once again.

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How to Reset AirPods Max​

How to Reset AirPods Max

If you are experiencing problems with your AirPods Max, follow the steps below to reset the device successfully:

  1. Before resetting your AirPods Max, make sure to charge them up.
  2. Hold the Noise control button and the Digital Crown for 15 seconds or more until the LED flashes amber and white.
  3. Pair them up with your device again; if the issue hasn’t been resolved, do steps #1 and #2 carefully again

And this should successfully reset your AirPods Max.

Knowing how to reset AirPods is not something complex in itself; what does matter is the fact that you follow the appropriate steps without fail.

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