Can Someone Remove My AirPods From Find My IPhone?

To remove Apple Watch or AirPods, make sure that they’re offline, then remove them from Find My iPhone on iCloud.com.

Note: You can also remove Apple Watch by following the instructions in Remove an iOS device, Apple Watch, or Mac you no longer have.

Put AirPods in their case.

Can I find my AirPods if someone else use them?

Unfortunately, you can’t use Find My to track your AirPods if they were in the charging case when someone stole them. This is because they don’t maintain an active connection to your device while in the case, to conserve battery life.

Why are my AirPods no longer on Find My iPhone?

If your AirPods aren’t charged, they won’t be found until they’re recharged. If they’re out of range of your iOS device, they won’t appear. If you see the No Location Found message, you can’t play a sound to find your AirPods, but you might be able to get directions to the location where they were last connected.

How do I get my AirPods off someone elses phone?

With the AirPods in the case and the lid open, hold the button on the back until the light between the AirPods flashes white. This resets the AirPods to factory settings. Remove the AirPods from your Bluetooth settings as other commenters have said and re-pair them with your phone.

How do I find my stolen AirPods?

Find Lost AirPods With a Tracking Map

  • Launch the Find My iPhone app.
  • Sign in with your Apple ID and password.
  • Tap your AirPods in the listing.
  • Go to your iCloud and sign in with your Apple ID.
  • Open Find iPhone.
  • Click All Devices.
  • Select your AirPods.

How far can AirPods be tracked?

So when you lose your AirPods and one or both are out of the case, you can use Find My to locate your AirPods when they are in Bluetooth range of any iDevice signed in with the same Apple ID (around 10 meters or 30 feet.)

Can someone steal my AirPods?

The short answer, unfortunately, is no. Apple says that if AirPods are lost or stolen, you’ll have to buy new ones, just like any other Apple product. There’s no anti-theft measures in place to protect your shiny wireless earbuds.