How to reset your AirPods to fix common issues

The third generation of AirPods carry inside the best of technology for this type of wireless device.

Its brain is the Apple H1 chip, the same one that was integrated in the second generation, but to which updates have been made to improve connectivity with Apple devices and produce higher quality audio (spatial audio). In addition, it contains more sensors, microphones and accelerometers that improve the user experience.

However, as with any technological device, it is prone to hardware and software problems whose solution is none other than resetting to factory settings.

What happens when you reset your AirPods?

This method applied to the third generation AirPods can solve audio signal processing problems, errors with the synchronization of the pair of headphones, wireless charging failures, among other minor inconveniences. The steps are the following.

How to reset your AirPods

Put the AirPods in their charging case and close the lid. Wait thirty seconds, and then open the lid of the charging case.

Now, go to your iPhone or iPad and go to Settings > Bluetooth. In this section, locate the AirPods and click on the More information (i) button on the right side.

Buetooth settings AirPods Pro iPhone

Next, click on Forget This Device and confirm the operation by clicking on Forget Device.

Holding the case lid open, press and hold the setup button on the bottom of the case for 15 seconds until the LED light flashes amber, then white.

Pair the AirPods with your regular Apple device again. For this you just have to keep them inside their charging case, open the lid and bring it closer to the iPhone or iPad. Then follow the instructions that appear on the device screen.

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