Apparently, AirPods have found a massive fan base thanks to their ease of use, auto connection feature, and long battery life. The earbuds work seamlessly with other Apple products, making them perfect for the customers invested in the Apple ecosystem.
By the way, are you a user of AirPods? Have you ever experienced problems with your AirPods, such as only one sound, an inconsistent battery indicator, or difficulty charging? Sometimes such problems are not due to damage to the device. It could be for a simple reason. Or you only need to reset your AirPods. Occasionally, some problems are less explainable. To solve problems with AirPods, usually you only need to reset them.
How to Hard Reset Apple AirPods?
Some of the problems with AirPods can be handled by doing hard reset AirPods. You can try it because this process will not cause any damage and is surely safe to do. So, before you service your AirPods, try resetting your AirPods first.
Two Ways to Reset AirPods Easily and Quickly
There are two ways to reset AirPods. The first way is the usual reset, and the second is hard reset.
1. The way to reset AirPods (usual)
The first is to reset the AirPods with the aim of only deleting the settings and connectivity between the AirPods and the Device (iPhone, iPad, Mac etc).
How to do it:
- Firstly, open the settings.
- After that, log in to Bluetooth.
- Then, disconnect AirPods from iPhone or attached device.
- Next, insert AirPods into the case.
- Please press the button on the back of the case and hold it for five Seconds.
- Please close the case, and leave it for 30 seconds
- Done, and now the AirPods can be reconnected to iPhone or others.
2. The way to hard reset AirPods
Here is a way to hard reset your AirPods, so that you will be able to handle the problems that occur in your AirPods:
- First, make sure you have logged out of your AirPods from the Apple Device which is connected to the AirPods.
- After that, open Settings.
- Then, go to Bluetooth.
- Now, tap the letter (i) to the right of your AirPods name.
- Next, select Forgot My Device.
- If so, do not connect again, just leave it unconnected.
- After finishing Forgot my Device, you can take your AirPods, put your AirPods in the case, and tap the button on the back.
- You must hold it for 10 seconds until the indicator light turns red.
- When it turns on, you can close the AirPods.
- You can leave it on for about 30 seconds.
- If so, just connect AirPods again.
Well, that is the way to hard reset AirPods easily. In addition to changing the settings back to the first, resetting the settings on AirPods can also solve some of the problems that occur in the AirPods, such as only one sound, an inconsistent battery indicator, difficulty charging or others.
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