How to Fix Black AirPods that Won’t Connect

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Are you experiencing trouble connecting your black AirPods? Are you unable to use them even thogh they're charged up? This can be a frustrating experience, but luckily there are some simple steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue and get your AirPods connected again.

First and foremost, make sure that your AirPods are charged up. AirPods need to be at least partially charged in order for them to connect. If they're not charging correctly, then try using a different charging cable or port.

Next, double-check that the device you're trying to connect your AirPods to has Bluetooth turned on, and is running the latest version of its operating system. If the device isn't up-to-date, then it won't be able to recognize your AirPods.

If all else fails, try resetting your AirPods by putting them in their charging case and closing the lid for 30 seconds. Then open the lid of the charging case and hold it near your iPhone or other compatible device — this will trigger a setup animation on your phone which should allow you to set up a new connection with your black AirPods.

If none of thee steps have worked for you so far, then it may be time to consider getting a replacement pair of black AirPods or seeking technical support from Apple. We hope this blog post has been helpful in troubleshooting any issues you're having with connecting your black AirPods!

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Troubleshooting Connection Issues with Black AirPods

It's possible that your black AirPods won't connect because they need to be charged first. Make sure the AirPods are in their case and plugged into a power source before attempting to connect. Additionally, make sure the device you're connecting to has Bluetooth enabled and is up-to-date. If that doesn't work, then you may need to reset your AirPods. To reset them, put them back in their case, then press and hold the setup button on the back of the case until the status light flashes amber several times. Then try reconnecting your AirPods.

Resetting Black AirPods

To reset your black AirPods, start by putting them in their charging case and closing the lid. Wait for 30 seconds, then open the lid of your charging case. On the back of the case, press and hold down the round button for about 15 seconds until you see an amber light flashing. This indicates that your AirPods have been successfully reset and are ready to be reconnected to your device.

Troubleshooting AirPods That Won't Connect

If your AirPods won't connect, tere are a few steps you can take to try and resolve the issue. First, try restarting your AirPods. Then, make sure that your Bluetooth is turned on. You should also check the charge of your AirPods and any updates that might be available. Additionally, check the connection between your device and your AirPods. Finally, if all else fails, you can reset your AirPods for a fresh start.

Pairing Black Airpod Pros

To pair your black AirPods Pro (1st or 2nd generation) or AirPods (3rd generation), first make sure that both the AirPods and your iPhone are powered on. Then, open the charging case, and hold it close to your iPhone. Once the setup animation appears on your iPhone, tap Connect. You will then be guided throuh a few steps in order to complete the pairing process. Once completed, you will be notified that your AirPods have been connected successfully!

Checking If Black Pods Are Charging

If your AirPods Pro are black, you can tell if they're charging by lookng at the charging case. If the lightning bolt indicator is lit up on each AirPod and the charging case, then your AirPods Pro are actively charging. You can also check the charge status on Android or Chromebook by opening the Bluetooth settings and selecting your AirPods Pro from the list.

How to Perform a Hard Reset on AirPods

A hard reset of your AirPods is necessary when they become unresponsive, won't connect to your device, or the sound quality is poor. If there is no amber light on the case and your AirPods will not do a hard reset, it could be because lint or other debris has built up in the charging port or tail of your AirPods. Use a soft-bristled brush to gently clean the charging port and tail of your AirPods. Once this has been done, try doing a hard reset agan by holding down both of the AirPod buttons for about 15 seconds until you see the amber light flashing. If this does not work, contact Apple Support for further assistance.

Resetting AirPods That Won't Reset

If your AirPods won't reset, you may need to take a few steps to resolve the issue. First, make sure the charging case lid is open and that the AirPods are disconnected from all devices. Then, charge the charging case for at least 15 minutes before plugging it back in. After that, clean both the charging case and your AirPods using a soft lint-free cloth. Finally, reset your iPhone or iPad's network settings by going into Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings. Once these steps have been completed, try resetting your AirPods again and they sould work properly.

Connecting Black Wireless Earbuds

To connect your Blackweb wireless earbuds, first make sure that your device is set to Bluetooth mode. Then, go to the Settings app on your device and select Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth and wait for it to search for available devices. When it finds the Blackweb earbuds, select them from the list of Other Devices and wait for them to connect. Once connected, you should be able to hear from your device through the earbuds. Enjoy!

Pairing AirPods Pro Manually

To manually pair your AirPods Pro, start by going to your device's Settings and turning on Bluetooth. Open the case with your AirPods inside, then hold it next to your device. You should see a popup on your device's screen with instructions to connect the AirPods Pro. Tap the “Connect” button, and wait unil you see a confirmation that the AirPods have been successfully connected. After that, tap “Done” to complete the pairing process and enjoy using your AirPods Pro!


In conclusion, if you have black AirPods that won't connect, there are a few steps you can take to try and fix the problem. Make sure your AirPods are charged and the device you're connecting to has Bluetooth on and is updated. If that doesn't work, try restarting or resetting your AirPods. You can also check your Bluetooth connection and look for any available updates. With these steps, you should be able to get your black AirPods connected again.

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Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.