Hello, guys! I hope you are fine. Today, I’ve come up with a solution for your query regarding Apple AirPods. If you are using AirPods and have decided to upgrade to the new Apple AirPods 3 or Apple AirPods Pro, and you’re planning to sell your old AirPods, you might want to reset them before selling. Additionally, if you are facing any issues and need to debug by resetting your Apple AirPods, you are in the right place.
I will guide you through every possible and easy way to reset your AirPods and AirPods Pro. It doesn’t matter which AirPods model you have because the process is almost the same for all Apple AirPods. Keep reading and supporting us.
Before we start did you know that the new Apple AirPods come with many new features like skin-detecting sensor, motion-detecting accelerometer, speech-detecting accelerometer, and force sensor? All these sensors work together to provide outstanding performance.
How to reset your AirPods and AirPods Pro
- Keep your Apple AirPod inside the Apple AirPod case.
- Now, you have to wait for 30 seconds.
- Next, go to Settings.
- Tap on Bluetooth.
- Tap on the info button (or I button).
- Tap on “Forget This Device” and confirm it.
- Now, put your AirPod back in the charging case.
- Keep the lid open for a while.
- Press and hold the setup button on the back of the charging case for at least 15-20 seconds.
- The status light will start flashing, and then turn white. Now, release the button.
- Reconnect your Apple AirPod with your iPhone or any smartphone.
Hurrah! You have successfully learned how to reset your AirPods and AirPods Pro. That’s all from our side. If you want to give feedback or if you have any doubts about following the steps, you can comment in the comment section, and we will definitely respond to your questions.
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