Once you understand how to do this, you can easily reset your Apple AirPods or AirPods Pro. In fact, it’s so simple that Apple doesn’t even tell you how to do it – they just assume you can find out for yourself.
In one sentence, all you have to do is press and hold the button on the back of the AirPod case until the light turns yellow. (Of course, keep in mind that you may need to rename the AirPods after pairing them to your phone via Settings if they keep the same name as before.)
However, if you’ve tried this before and it hasn’t worked, here is a complete step-by-step guide to help you reset the AirPods.
How to Reset AirPods
1. Check to See That your AirPods and AirPod Pro Charging Case is charged
If you tried to reset your AirPods by holding down the button on the back. If you don’t see any lights blinking in the case, it’s probably because they are dead. Plug them in for 15 minutes to make sure they are properly charged to reconnect.
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2. Open the Charging case, press and hold the small button on the back of the case
The small button at the back of your AirPod Charging Case is used to resetting your AirPods. Gently hold it down for 15 seconds until the LED light on the case changes from white to amber colour. This method will help you reset your AirPods. Note that your AirPods must be in the case before carrying out this method.
3. Pair Your Airpods with a New Apple device To Enable You on How to Reset AirPods
Once your AirPods is reset you can try to synchronize them with a new iOS device. All you have to do is to hold your iOS device and the Airpod close to each other. You will see a connect notification. For Android user, you will need to go to your Settings >> Connections >> Bluetooth, and then connect it as the Airpods name will be displayed.