Apple AirPods sometimes react after one year of use. Whether you encounter this problem or bought used AirPods, the best solution is to reset the earphones. That's how you make your AirPods work like new.
Unpairing Your AirPods
Although uncoupling your AirPods from your iPhone or iPad is not required to reset the headphones, Apple recommends this step to remove them from your account. [1
Note: If you are buying second-hand AirPods and have not connected them to your devices Skip the decoupling process and proceed to the next section.
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Start with a jump in Bluetooth settings of your phone or tablet. Access this menu by opening the Settings app and then selecting Bluetooth.
Locate your AirPods from the list of paired devices. Touch the information icon "i" next to the headphone name.
Next, select "Forget this device" to decouple the AirPods.
The AirPods can be disconnected from your iPhone or iPad, whether the earphones are currently connected or not. In any case, the headphones will be removed from your Apple account.
Resetting Your AirPods
Now is the time to erase your Apple AirPods. Before you begin, place both earphones in the cargo pouch and hold the lid closed for at least 30 seconds.
Next, open the lid of the AirPod bag. Turn the housing over and locate the setup button on the back of the device.
Press and hold the button until the housing status indicator flashes yellow and then blinks steady white. This process can take up to 20 seconds.
Repairing your AirPods
Reconnect the AirPods to your iPhone or iPad last. The built-in W1 or H1 chip automatically displays a pop-up menu when you open the headphone pocket cover near one of the Apple devices.
Tap "Connect" to pair the AirPods.
To pair the headphones with an Android smartphone or Windows PC, open the case cover and press and hold the AirPod setup button until the status indicator starts flashing. Enter your device's Bluetooth menu and connect to the earbuds as you would with other accessories.
AirPods are very easy to use and just as easy to reset. Wiping the earphones may take a few minutes, but it solves so many problems that the wireless headphones are under pressure.