How to factory reset AirPods a Step-by-Step Guide
It’s simple to reset your Apple AirPods, AirPods 3 or AirPods Pro once you figure out how. It’s so simple that Apple doesn’t even tell you how to do it; instead, they believe you’ll figure it out on your own.
Simply press the button on the back of the AirPods charging case until the light goes amber, and that’s it. (Of course, if the AirPods have remained the same name as before, you may need to rename them in the settings after they’ve been paired to your phone.)
If that doesn’t work, we’ve got comprehensive step-by-step instructions below to bring those AirPods back to their original state.
The Apple AirPods 3 have arrived, and they’re fantastic. In comparison to their predecessors, the new AirPods include Spatial Audio, a lengthy battery life, and significantly enhanced audio.
How to Factory Reset Airpods, How to reset your Airpods steps are below.
Step 1: Make sure your AirPods battery is charged.
If you try to reset your AirPods by pressing the back button and no light flashes on the inside of the case, they’re most likely dead. To ensure that they are sufficiently charged to re-pair, leave them plugged in for 15 minutes.
Step 2: Locate the rear of the case’s button.
The little button on the rear of the charging case for the AirPods is the key to resetting the AirPods. The LED light on the case will shift from white to amber if you hold it down for 15 seconds. There’s no need to be concerned about messing this up because you won’t be able to hold it down for very long.
Hold the reset button away from the phone you’re trying to disconnect from the true wireless earphones. If it’s too near, it’ll just pull in all of the previous data.
Step 3: Connect them to your device.
So, after you’ve reset your AirPods, you’ll need to sync them with a fresh iOS device. All you have to do is hold the two smartphones close together, and as long as you’re using an Apple device, you should be able to connect.
If you’re using an Android device, go to Settings > Connections > Bluetooth and link them there.
Step 4: If necessary, change the AirPods’ name.
If your AirPods have stubbornly retained their former name after being reset, you’ll need to alter it by heading to Settings > Bluetooth, then clicking the info I button next to the AirPods to change their name.
How do you reset the AirPods, Airpods pro and Airpods Max?
The AirPods Max, Apple’s first over-ear headphones, are easy to reset. To begin, make sure they’ve been charged for a few minutes.
Simply hold the noise control button and the Digital Crown together until the LED flashes amber.
If you want to unpair the AirPods Max from your iCloud account and reset them to factory settings, do the same thing, but wait for the LED to turn from flashing amber to white.