How To Mute Siri On Your AirPods

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Are you having trouble with your AirPods Pro activating Siri when you don’t want them to? Don’t worry, it is a common issue and can be easily fixed. In this blog post, we will cover how to mute Siri on your AirPods Pro so that it won’t activate unless you want it to.

The first step is to check the Siri settings for your AirPods Pro. If you have it set to activate with your voice, toggle it off to verify that the setting is working as expected. You can then toggle it back on. To do this, go into the AirPods Pro settings screen and tap Left or Right, then select Siri.

Once you are in the Siri settings, you will see two options: “Activate with Voice” and “Noise Control Mode”. The “Activate with Voice” option allows you to set your AirPod Pro so that Siri will activate when it hears your voice. When this option is enabled, any sound similar to yours can trigger Siri which can be annoying if you don’t want her activating all the time! To turn this feature off, simply toggle off the switch next to the “Activate With Voice” option.

The other option available in the Siri settings is “Noise Control Mode”. This mode allows you to set one of your AirPods Pros so that it will automatically adjust its sound level based on the noise in your environment. For example, if you are in a noisy place like a bar or concert hall, your headphones can automatically adjust so that they don’t get too loud or quiet for comfort. To use this feature, simply toggle on the switch next to “Noise Control Mode” and select either the Left or Right earbud (depending on which one you prefer).

We hope this post has helped answer any questions about muting Siri on your AirPods Pro! If you have any further questions or would like more information about how to use these features, please feel free to contact us at [Your Company Name] today!

Siri Activation with AirPods

Siri may be coming on when you have AirPods in because you have the Siri setting enabled. To fix this, go to your AirPods Pro settings and toggle the “Hey Siri” setting off. This will prevent Siri from activating unexpectedly when you have your AirPods in. You can still access Siri by pressing and holding the stem of your AirPods Pro or by saying “Hey Siri” when you want it to activate.

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Changing Siri Settings on AirPods

To change Siri settings on AirPods, open the Settings app on your device and tap the Bluetooth tab. Select your AirPods from the list of devices, then tap Left or Right and select Siri. You can then set one AirPod for Siri and the other to switch noise control modes.

Troubleshooting Siri Activation on Headphones

The reason why your headphones may be triggering Siri is because of a faulty headphone jack plug. This can happen when the plug is not connected properly, or when the connection is not strong enough. To fix this issue, try using an adaptor (3.5mm female to 3.5mm male) to connect your headphones to your iPhone/iPod. This will ensure a proper connection and should stop Siri from triggering.

How to Double Tap on AirPods

You can double-tap on the top of the stem on your AirPods to control them. This double tap is located on the flat part of the metal stem, just below where the earbud rests in your ear. You can use this double tap to play/pause audio content, answer incoming calls, activate Siri, and more.


Siri is an incredibly useful feature that can be used to quickly access information and control your Apple devices. It is activated by voice command, allowing you to access it with ease. However, it can sometimes be activated when not expected, so it is important to check the settings for your AirPods Pro and make sure that it is set as expected. With proper configuration and use, Siri can help make your life easier and more efficient.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.