How to reset AirPods and Pro version of AirPods

AirPods 2, AirPods 3, and the Pro version of AirPod, all come with a reset button. The following might come in handy when giving wireless earphones away or if they’re having problems.

How to reset AirPods and the Pro version of AirPods

  1. Close the case and put the AirPods in.
  2. Let it sit for 30 seconds, then open it up.
  3. In Settings -> Bluetooth, tap the circled “i” next to AirPods.
  4.   Tick the Forget This Device box, and then tick it again to confirm it.
  5. When you hold the AirPods case lid button for about 15 seconds, the status light will flash amber. If your case charges only via wired connection, there is a status light inside the case. You’ll see a status light on the front of your AirPods case if you have AirPods Pro.
  6. Connect your AirPods by placing them near your device and following the directions on your device.

You’re done! If you reset your AirPods, they won’t recognize any of your iCloud-linked devices. When you open the AirPods case near an iOS device, the setup process will start.

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