Apple’s true wireless headset, has been launched since 2016, but nearly 3 years later still works well, the battery is not too wasted if used carefully and most importantly, the connection experience, performance. always fast and smooth like the first day of stamps.
This is not your AirPods
However, when I received AirPods, it made me feel a bit bitter on the iPhone screen saying ‘This is not your AirPods’, as well as I cannot connect AirPods to other Android and laptop smartphones. The reason is because AirPods still remember the owner’s device first, so the connection experience cannot be smooth. I would like to give you a quick guide how to hard reset the AirPods headset before giving it back, reselling it to others, or before you start using an old AirPods donated.
Position LED on AirPods 2016
The small note before starting is that the operation steps will be the same on both AirPods 2016 and AirPods 2019 versions, the only difference is that the status LED indicator of the AirPods charging box will usually be inside, and the charging case Wireless charging aids will have LED lights on the front cover. When you do it, you can watch the LED light, it is nothing to be confused about. – Step 1: Turn the AirPods charging box back to find the reset key. This reset key is almost the same height as the charging box, so you put your finger there and then go back to the front to check the LED again. For wireless charging boxes, the indicator light is just outside, and you use the normal charger box to open the lid and we are ready to perform a hard reset. – Step 2:
Press and hold the reset key for 15 seconds, when the indicator light changes from white to orange to complete. At this time, AirPods has returned to factory status, ready to connect to a new device. With just two simple hard reset steps before we give AirPods back to others, you made the recipient feel happier by enabling them to experience the simplest, fastest connection experience of Humans: turn on the lid and connect. It’s delicate, isn’t it? Happy brothers.