How to Fix Common Problems of Apple Airpods? The Apple AirPods— both the original edition and the latest version, known as AirPods 2— are some of the best wireless earbuds on the market, but they aren’t like anything in this universe without their fair share of faults. Like anything that is wireless, the AirPods could malfunction due to no real fault of their own.
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If your AirPods cause severe headaches, or you just feel something is not working properly, here’s a guide to help you find (and hopefully fix) the most popular AirPod issues right now.
How to Fix Common Problems of Apple Airpods?
Start the Find My iPhone app on your iOS device or go to the iCloud website to start, sign in with your Apple ID and click Find My iPhone. Select your AirPods from there and before being switched off you will see a map showing where they are or where they are in their last location. If you see a green dot next to the AirPods button, it means it’s turned on and to make it easier you can play a tone.
If you run into an issue where your AirPods don’t connect to your phone or tablet, the first thing you need to do is put them back in the charging case, wait about 10 seconds, then take them out and pop them in your ears again. If that doesn’t work, then the next move on your phone or tablet is to try and turn Bluetooth on and off. Repeat the above method, then. For all but the most pending cases.
Audio problems and static problems
There are many things that can cause static and/or subpar audio quality, unlike some of the other problems described in this article, so it is much harder to diagnose. Interference can affect Bluetooth links, which can trigger everything from static to lower audio quality and disconnect. If this happens only in one area, interference may be the problem.
Problems with Android volume
If you use an Android device on your AirPods, you may have encountered an issue where the volume is much lower than with iOS devices. Many AirPod apps use the W1 chip— and H1 on the AirPods 2—to link to your iPhone or iPad, but Android devices don’t have that luxury, and that can have an effect on the volume control.
The AirPods should last out of the box for about five hours at a fresh price, delivering three hours of AirPods 2 talking time — up from two hours on the initial AirPods. Nonetheless, with time, this will start to wear down.
No one likes to get on the customer service plane but if you have an unmentioned problem with your AirPods or if they don’t work at all, the best bet is to call Apple’s nearby store.