Do you own a pair of AirPods but have found yourself in a situation where you need to reset them without an iPhone? Maybe you’ve lost your iPhone or it’s not working properly.
Whatever the reason may be, don’t worry! In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps to reset your AirPods without an iPhone.
Why would you need to reset your AirPods?
If you encounter any issues with your AirPods, such as connectivity problems or audio glitches, resetting them can often solve the problem. Resetting your AirPods erases all settings and configurations, allowing you to start fresh. It’s like giving them a clean slate!
What do you need?
- A computer or any other Bluetooth-enabled device: You can use a Windows PC, Mac, Android phone, or any other device that supports Bluetooth.
- Your AirPods: Make sure they are charged and in close proximity to the Bluetooth-enabled device.
1. Put your AirPods in their case
The first step is to put both of your AirPods back into their charging case. This is important because resetting the AirPods requires them to be in their case.
2. Open the lid of the charging case
Next, open the lid of the charging case. You should see a small button on the back of the case.
3. Press and hold the button on the back of the case
Press and hold the button on the back of the charging case for about 15 seconds. As you press and hold the button, you should see the LED light on the case start flashing amber.
4. Release the button
After holding the button for 15 seconds, release it. The LED light on the case should now flash white, indicating that your AirPods have been reset.
5. Pair your AirPods with a Bluetooth-enabled device
Now that you have reset your AirPods, it’s time to pair them with a Bluetooth-enabled device. This can be any device that supports Bluetooth, such as a computer or an Android phone.
6. Open the Bluetooth settings on your device
Open the Bluetooth settings on your device and make sure Bluetooth is enabled.
7. Put your AirPods close to the device
Place your AirPods near the Bluetooth-enabled device. The closer they are, the better the connection will be during the pairing process.
8. Press and hold the button on the back of the charging case again
To put your AirPods into pairing mode, press and hold the button on the back of the charging case until you see the LED light on the front of the case start flashing white.
9. Select your AirPods from the list of available devices
In your device’s Bluetooth settings, you should see a list of available devices. Look for your AirPods in this list and select them to pair them with your device.
Resetting your AirPods without an iPhone is simple and can often resolve any issues you may be experiencing with them. By following these steps, you’ll be able to reset and pair your AirPods with any Bluetooth-enabled device.
Remember to keep your AirPods charged and in close proximity to the device you want to pair them with. Enjoy your wireless listening experience!
That’s all for this tutorial! We hope you found it helpful. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.