Although they have been in the market for a little over a month, some users have already experienced problems with their AirPods, either with their battery or pairing them with a device . If so, there is a classic in the repair of every gadget that does not usually fail: restore factory , so that the device forgets any errors that have occurred during its configuration, starting the process again. Here's how to restore your AirPods by step by step.
How to restore your AirPods from the factory
1) First of all to restore your AirPods from the factory will be to put them in your house and leave the lid open.
2) At the back of the AirPods box you will see a button. It's reset. Press and hold for 3 to 5 seconds until the amber light flashes three times.
3) Close the lid.
But the thing does not end there. Now you have to unpair it with your iPhone - something that is also valid with your iPad.
4) On your iPad or iPhone go to Settings > Bluetooth and Forget this device, as you can see in the image.
If you're having problems with another non-iOS device, such as an Android or your desktop computer, you'll still have to search for Bluetooth and forget about this device . In some cases it will also be necessary to reset your network settings.
Once this process is completed, we can start again by pairing your AirPods with Android, Apple TV, PC and Mac . Remember that so far only some users have reported problems with the battery of their AirPods , which could be solved by resetting them as we have just shown or following these instructions .
If the problem persists, do not hesitate to manage Apple's one year limited warranty as soon as possible for Cupertino to repair your device or replace it with a new one.
Via | The Mac Observer