Troubleshooting guide for airpods users
If you’re having trouble with your airpods, this guide will help you troubleshoot the most common issues. From connecting to your device, to maintaining a charge, we’ll cover all the basics to get you up and running again.
So, if your airpods are giving you grief, read on for some helpful solutions.
why won’t my airpods connect
If your airpods are not connecting to your device, there are a few troubleshooting steps you can try. First, make sure that your device is within Bluetooth range of the airpods. The connection range for Bluetooth devices is typically about 30 feet. If your device is too far away, the connection will be lost.
Next, check to see if the airpods are in range of each other. The airpods must be within range of each other in order to connect. If they’re not, you’ll see a “Connection lost” error message on your device. If both of these troubleshooting steps fail, try resetting your airpods. To do this, press and hold the setup button on the back of the charging case for about 15 seconds. This will reset the airpods and should allow them to connect to your device.
Airpods are connected but have no sound
If you’re having trouble getting sound to come out of your airpods, make sure that they’re properly connected. You should see a “Connected” message on your device when the airpods are paired. If you don’t see this message, try restarting your device and the airpods.
If that doesn’t work, try resetting the airpods. To do this, press and hold the setup button on the back of the charging case for about 15 seconds. This will reset the airpods and should allow them to connect to your device properly.
I can’t get my airpods to charge
There are a few things you can try if your airpods are not charging properly. First, make sure that the airpods are placed in the charging case correctly. The airpods should snap into place and align with the charging contacts inside the case.
If the airpods are properly seated in the case, try cleaning the charging contacts on the case and airpods. You can use a soft, dry cloth to clean them. If that doesn’t work, try another charging cable or outlet. Finally, if none of these steps work, you may need to have your airpods repaired. Contact Apple Support for more information.
Airpod always pair with wrong device
If your airpods are always pairing with the wrong device, there may be a problem with the bluetooth settings on your device. To fix this, go to Settings and select Bluetooth. Under “My Devices,” you should see the name of your airpods listed. If not, tap “Reset.” This will reset the bluetooth settings on your device and should fix the problem.
I hope these tips have helped you troubleshoot your airpods. If you’re still having problems, contact Apple Support for more assistance.