AirPods Pro are the latest iteration of Apple's popular wireless earbuds. Offering more features and better sound quality than ever before, AirPods Pro has become a must-have accessory for music lovers and tech aficionados alike. But with all of these new features comes a few added concerns—namely, how to reset an AirPods Pro case if it's not working correctly.
If your AirPods Pro case isn't charging correctly or you're having trouble connecting to your device, then there are several steps you can take to try and fix the issue. The first step is to check that the case is clean and free from dirt or debris. If there is anything obstructing the Lightning port then this could be preventing a connection from being made.
If your case appears to be clean then it may be worth trying to reset your AirPods Pro case by pressing and holding the setup button on the back of the case for at least 15 seconds until you see an amber light flash three times. This should reset your AirPods Pro and hopefully get them working again.
If this doesn't work then it's time to take more drastic measures. One option is to give Apple support a call and have them advise you further on what action needs to be taken next. Alternatively, you could try restoring your AirPods using iTunes or iCloud depending on which device you use them with most frequently.
And finally, if all else fails then it might be time to book an appointment at an authorized service center so that they can look into any hardware issues that may be causing your AirPods Pro case not to work properly.
No matter what issue you're having with your AirPods Pro, there's always a way of getting them back up and running in no time!
Troubleshooting AirPod Pro Case Reset Issues
If your AirPod Pro case won't reset, it could be due to a number of reasons. It could be because there is an issue with the power source you are using, or because there is a problem with the Lightning port. It could also be because there is lint or other debris obstructing the charging port or tail of the AirPod Pro. To troubleshoot this issue, try cleaning out the charging port and tail of your AirPods with a soft cloth or cotton swab and a small amount of rubbing alcohol. If this does not work, then it may be time to visit an Apple store for further assistance.
Resetting an AirPod Case
To force reset your AirPod case, start by putting your AirPods in their charging case and closing the lid. Wait 30 seconds, then open the lid of your charging case and put your AirPods in your ears. Next, go to Settings > Bluetooth and select “Forget This Device” for both left and right AirPods. Finally, put your AirPods back into their charging case and keep the lid open for at least 10 seconds before you close it. Your AirPod case should now be reset and ready to pair with a new device.