Apple AirPods are Bluetooth wireless earphones that are meant to operate with your iPhone and iPad. They may, however, be used with practically any other computer or smartphone because they’re Bluetooth audio devices.

The reset option on all AirPods and AirPods Pro returns the earphones to their factory settings.

How to reset AirPods

If you want to learn how to reset AirPods, then this short and quick article will give you all the required details to reset AirPods.


How to reset AirPods

Follow these steps to reset AirPods:

  • Close the lid on your charging case and place your AirPods inside.
  • Wait 30 seconds before continuing.
  • Remove the cover from your charging case and open it.
  • Go to Settings > Bluetooth on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, and hit the More Info button next to your AirPods. (If your AirPods aren’t visible in Settings > Bluetooth, skip to the next step.)
  • To confirm, press “Forget This Device” and tap on it again.
  • Press and hold the setup button on the back of the case for around 15 seconds, until the status light flashes amber, then white, with the lid open.
  • Reconnect your AirPods by doing the following:
    • Place your AirPods near your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with the lid open and your AirPods in their charging case.
    • Follow the instructions on the screen of your smartphone.

Also, you can find additional information on the official Apple Support website on how to reset AirPods.

I hope that this article has helped you in some way. If you still have any questions regarding this, then you can post them in the comments section provided below this post.


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