Are you an Android user who recently got a pair of AirPods? Congratulations! AirPods are not only stylish but also offer great sound quality.
However, one common concern for Android users is how to check the battery level of their AirPods. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of checking your AirPods battery on Android.
Step 1: Install the ‘Assistant Trigger’ App
To check your AirPods battery on Android, you’ll need to download and install a third-party app called ‘Assistant Trigger’. This app provides a convenient way to monitor the battery level of your AirPods.
Step 2: Pair Your AirPods with Your Android Device
If you haven’t already done so, make sure that your AirPods are properly paired with your Android device. To do this, open the Bluetooth settings on your Android device and put your AirPods in pairing mode by pressing and holding the button on the back of the charging case until the LED light starts flashing.
Step 3: Open the ‘Assistant Trigger’ App
Once your AirPods are paired with your Android device, open the ‘Assistant Trigger’ app. You will see a list of available triggers and actions.
Step 4: Create a New Trigger
To check your AirPods battery level, we need to create a new trigger. Tap on the ‘+’ button to create a new trigger.
Step 4.1: Select ‘Bluetooth Battery Changed’
In the trigger creation screen, select ‘Bluetooth Battery Changed’ as the trigger type. This will allow the app to detect any changes in the battery level of your AirPods.2: Set the ‘Bluetooth Device’ to Your AirPods
Next, set the ‘Bluetooth Device’ field to your AirPods. This will ensure that the trigger is only activated when there is a change in the battery level of your AirPods specifically.
Step 5: Create a New Action
Now that we have set up the trigger, we need to create an action that will display the battery level of your AirPods.
Step 5.1: Select ‘Popup Message’
In the action creation screen, select ‘Popup Message’ as the action type. This will display a popup message on your Android device with the battery level information.2: Customize the Message Text
You can customize the message text to make it more informative. For example, you can use ‘AirPods Battery Level:’ followed by a placeholder like ‘%battery_level%’ to display the actual battery level value.
Step 6: Save and Activate Your Trigger
Once you have customized the message text, save your trigger and activate it. Now, whenever there is a change in the battery level of your AirPods, you will receive a popup message displaying the current battery level on your Android device.
- Check Battery Regularly: Make it a habit to check your AirPods battery regularly so that you are aware of when they need to be charged.
- Charge Your AirPods: When you see that your AirPods battery level is low, don’t forget to charge them using the charging case.
- Keep the App Running: For the ‘Assistant Trigger’ app to work properly, make sure it is running in the background and has necessary permissions.
That’s it! Now you know how to check your AirPods battery on Android using the ‘Assistant Trigger’ app. Enjoy your wireless listening experience and never run out of battery unexpectedly!