How to reset AirPods

When AirPods work, they're pure magic. You open the case, insert the AirPods into your ears and...

connected to your iPhone. However, this does not always happen, and sometimes the headphones do not want to connect. In such cases, you need to do a reset. Fortunately, this only takes a few seconds.

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ReconnectionAirplans manually

Step 1: When you put AirPods in your ears or when you open the case, open Control Point on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap a music widget to expand it.

Step 3: Press the buttonAirplay.

Step 4A: If AirPods work fine, you will see them in the device list. Select them to connect.

ResetAirPodsthrough case

If your AirPods do not connect to the device, or if problems arise with them, they need to be reset and reconnected. This can be done without an iPhone.

Take the case from the AirPods and find the round button at the back. Hold it for 10 seconds until the white light inside the cover flashes. This means that the AirPods have been reset and ready to connect.

When you open the cover next to your iPhone or iPad, you will see a notification with the connection of AirPods.

ResetAirPodsthroughiPhone

Step 1: Open the appSettingsand go to the sectionBluetooth.

Step 2: Click "i»Next to your AirPods.

Step 3: ClickForget this device. Your AirPods will be disconnected and ready to reconnect.

After reset, the AirPods should work fine. If you still have any problems with them, it is better to contact a specialist.

We advise you to read our tips for AirPods owners in order to squeeze the maximum out of their headphones.