We’ve put up step-by-step instructions for those who don’t know how to reset AirPods. Don’t worry; the process is much easier than you would expect.
We can help you if you don’t know how to reset AirPods. The original AirPods, AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Pro have a reset button that restores the device to its factory reset.
How to reset AirPods?
If you’re giving your wireless earbuds to someone else or something goes wrong with them, a factory reset may be helpful.
Follow these steps:
- Close the lid on your AirPods case and place them inside.
- Now keep your breath for 30 seconds.
- After then, open the cover.
- Go to “Settings” on your iPhone or iPad.
- Look for the “Bluetooth” icon near your AirPods and tap it.
- Choose “Forget This Device.”
- After removing the AirPods case lid, press and hold the back of the case’s button for around 15 seconds.
- The status light should be flashing amber.
- The status light is located if your AirPods are only charged by cable. AirPods case if you have AirPods Pro or if your AirPods case charges wirelessly.
- Connect your AirPods to your device by placing them close to it and following the instructions on the screen.
That’s everything there is to it. Please note that now that the AirPods have been reset, they will no longer recognize any devices connected with your iCloud account.
When you place the AirPods case near an iOS device, the setup process will start, like the first time you used them. However, if you’re curious to learn how to use Apple AirPods with an Android phone, we’ve already created a simple guide!