Last Updated on October 25, 2022 by Lily Connel
To put your AirPods Pro in pairing mode, press and hold the button on the back of the case for a few seconds. The status light should flash white, then amber, indicating that your AirPods Pro is ready to connect. If you don’t see the Amber light, ensure that your AirPods Pro is placed in the case correctly and that the lid is completely closed.
Airpods Pro Pairing Mode Android
If you’re an Android user, you may wonder how to pair your new AirPods Pro with your device. Luckily, it’s not as complicated as it might seem.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
1. Open the case of your AirPods Pro and ensure they are turned on.
2. On your Android device, open the Bluetooth settings and make sure that Bluetooth is enabled.
3. Select “AirPods Pro” from the list of available devices. If prompted, enter the passcode “0000” to pair the two devices.
4. Once paired, you should see “Connected” next to “AirPods Pro” in your Bluetooth settings on your Android device.
Why won’t My Airpods Pro Go into Pairing Mode?
One of the most common issues users have with their AirPods Pro is that they won’t go into pairing mode. We’ll go over each below for a few different reasons why this may happen. First, your AirPods Pro may not be going into pairing mode because they are not charged enough.
The AirPods Pro needs at least 50% battery to enter pairing mode. If your AirPods Pro is below 50% battery, charge them for a little while and then try again. Another reason why your AirPods Pro may not be going into pairing mode is because they are already paired with another device.
If you want to pair your AirPods Pro with a new device, you first need to unpair them from the old machine. To do this, go to the Bluetooth settings on your old appliance and select “Forget This Device” next to the listing for your AirPods Pro. Once you’ve done this, you should be able to pair your AirPods Pro with the new device successfully.
If neither of these solutions works for you, there may be something wrong with your AirPods Pro. In this case, we recommend taking them to an Apple Store or authorized Apple service provider for further diagnosis and assistance.
How Do I Make My Airpods Discoverable?
When you first set up your AirPods, they are automatically in discoverable mode. If you need to put them back into discoverable mode, open the case and hold down the button on the back for a few seconds. The LED light on the front of the case will blink white, indicating that your AirPods are ready to be paired with another device.
How Do I Put My iPhone in Airpod in Pairing Mode?
If you’re having trouble connecting your AirPods to your iPhone, make sure that your AirPods are in pairing mode.
To do this:
1. Open the lid of the AirPod case.
You should see a green light next to the button on the back of the case if you don’t see the green light, press and hold the button for a few seconds until you see it.
2. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.
3. Tap the name of your AirPods in the list of devices. If you don’t see them, make sure that they’re in pairing mode by checking the previous step.
Why Won’t My Airpods Flash White When I Press the Button?
There are a few reasons why your AirPods might not be flashing white when you press the button. One possibility is that they need to be charged. If your AirPods are low on battery, they won’t flash white when you press the button.
Another possibility is that your AirPods are still paired with another device. If your AirPods are paired with another device, they won’t flash white when you press the button because they’re waiting for a connection with that other device. Finally, there may be something wrong with the physical button on your AirPods.
If the physical button is damaged or defective, it won’t work correctly, and your AirPods won’t flash white when you press it.