Go to the Home Screen. With your AirPods in the charging case, open the charging case, and hold it next to your iPhone. A setup animation appears on your iPhone. Tap Connect.
- 1 Why is my iPhone not pairing with my AirPods?
- 2 How do I add AirPods to my device?
- 3 How do I reset my AirPods?
- 4 How do I AirPods automatically connect?
- 5 Why are my AirPods flashing white but not connecting?
- 6 Why can’t I reset my AirPods?
- 7 Why don’t my AirPods show up in my devices?
- 8 How do I register my AirPods?
- 9 How do I add AirPods to my battery widget?
- 10 Why is my AirPods not working?
- 11 How do I use my phone to find AirPods?
- 12 What does blinking orange light mean on AirPods?
- 13 Do you have to reconnect AirPods everytime?
Why is my iPhone not pairing with my AirPods?
If you’re having trouble getting your AirPods to connect, make sure your AirPods are charged, Bluetooth is turned on for the device you want to connect, and reset the device before trying again. If none of those steps work, you should un pair your AirPods from your device, reset the AirPods, and try to reconnect them.
How do I add AirPods to my device?
Make sure that Bluetooth is on. Put both AirPods in the charging case and open the lid. Press and hold the setup button on the back of the case until the status light flashes white. Select your AirPods in the Devices list, then click Connect.
How do I reset my AirPods?
How to reset your AirPods and AirPods Pro
- Put your AirPods in their charging case, and close the lid.
- Wait 30 seconds.
- Open the lid of your charging case.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth and tap the More Info button next to your AirPods.
- Tap Forget This Device, and tap again to confirm.
How do I AirPods automatically connect?
Open your AirPods case and place it next to your phone. An on-screen animation will appear on your iPhone. Hold the button on the back of your AirPods. Click “connect” then “done.” Your AirPods are ready to use with your phone.
Why are my AirPods flashing white but not connecting?
If you see a white flashing light: Your AirPods have been reset and are ready to connect to your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or other device. If you see an amber flashing light: Your AirPods have encountered a pairing error and you’ll need to reset them.
Why can’t I reset my AirPods?
You can’t fully reset the Airpods unless *both* airpods are fully physically connected inside the case. The catch is that one airpod might not fully connect, so even if it’s physically in the case, the case doesn’t *think* it’s in there, and won’t let you reset no matter how long you hold down the button.
Why don’t my AirPods show up in my devices?
If you didn’t turn on Find My before your AirPods went missing, you won’t be able to locate them. If your AirPods aren’t charged, they won’t be found until they’re recharged. If they’re out of range of your iOS device, they won’t appear. If you’ve only lost one AirPod, you can buy a replacement from Apple.
How do I register my AirPods?
Open up the lid to your AirPods case. Hold the AirPods case with open lid next to your iPhone or iPad. Your iOS device will recognize the AirPods and you’ll see a popup to connect your AirPods. Tap “Connect.”
How do I add AirPods to my battery widget?
Batteries widget Swipe from left to right on the home screen or lock screen, then tap Edit at the bottom. Find Batteries and tap the green “+” button to add the widget. When the AirPods are in use, the current battery level will be shown in the Batteries widget.
Why is my AirPods not working?
Make sure that your charging case is fully charged. Place both AirPods in your charging case and let them charge for 30 seconds. Play audio to test both AirPods. If an AirPod still isn’t working, reset your AirPods.
How do I use my phone to find AirPods?
You can easily find your AirPods using the Find My app on your iPhone or by visiting iCloud.com. You’ll see where your AirPods last connected to your phone. And you can even ring individual AirPods if you’re just missing one.
When your AirPods aren’t in your case, the light shows the status of your case. Green means fully charged, and amber means less than one full charge remains. If the light flashes amber, you might need to set up your AirPods again.
Do you have to reconnect AirPods everytime?
You don’t have to manually re-pair them with each device. Instead, you just need to pop into the Bluetooth settings on each device and choose the AirPods. And the second-generation AirPods do this faster than the first model, allowing you to switch from music on one device to audio on another in less than two seconds.