My AirPods Aren't Working - How to Fix Them

My AirPods Aren't Working - How to Fix Them

If you're an iPhone user, chances are you've invested in a pair of Apple's wireless earbuds, AirPods. They're sleek, they're easy to use, and they offer a great listening experience. But what do you do when they stop working? In this blog post, we'll walk you through some troubleshooting steps to help get your AirPods back up and running.

First things first, make sure that your AirPods are charged. Sometimes, the issue can be as simple as that. If they're not charged, plug them into your charger and give them a few minutes to juice up.

If your AirPods are charged and they still aren't working, the next step is to reset them. To do this, find the small button on the back of the charging case. Press and hold this button for about 15 seconds until you see the LED light flash white. Once it does, release the button and your AirPods should be reset.

If resetting your AirPods doesn't work, it's time to check your Bluetooth connection. First, make sure that your iPhone is within range of your AirPods (they should be no more than 30 feet apart). Then, go to the "Bluetooth" settings on your iPhone and tap on the "i" next to your AirPods in the list of devices. From there, tap "Forget This Device" and then try reconnecting your AirPods by putting them back in the charging case and opening the lid.

If you've tried all of these troubleshooting steps and your AirPods still aren't working, it's time to contact TechMonk for Apple support. We're here to help!

We hope that this blog post has helped you troubleshoot your non-working AirPods. If not, don't hesitate to reach out to us for assistance. At TechMonk, we're always here to help with all of your Apple-related needs!

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