Why is my left AirPod not working?
As noted above, completely resetting your AirPods can fix several issues. Put your AirPods back in the charging case. Hold the button on the back of the case for roughly 15 seconds until the orange LED flashes. Open the case next to your phone and wait for the AirPods to reconnect.
Why are my AirPods only working in one ear?
You can hear through both AirPods if you put them in your ears at the same time. If you can only hear through one AirPod, take them out of your ears, wait a moment, then put them in at the same time. If it if sends your phone call to the iPhone, just tap the button and send the audio to the AirPods.
Why is AirPods not connecting?
Open Control Center and make sure that Bluetooth is on. Put both AirPods in the charging case and make sure that both AirPods are charging. The status light should flash white, which means that your AirPods are ready to connect. If your AirPods don’t connect, press and hold the setup button on the back of the case.
How do I fix my AirPods?
Press and hold the setup button on the back of the charging case until you see the status light start flashing amber a few times, then flash white. Place your AirPods close to the device you want to pair them to. Follow the steps on the screen to reconnect your AirPods.
Why does my left AirPod Sound low?
It might be this setting. The AirPods are supposed to have the same volume level unless the balance is changed. While using your AirPods (e.g.; listening music), turn down the volume to zero, on your device, go to the Bluetooth settings (e.g.; if it is iPhone or iPad: Settings > Bluetooth) and disconnect your AirPods.
Why does my left AirPod have a red exclamation mark?
You’ll also see a red exclamation point next to the particular AirPod instead of the left or right indicator letter. That isn’t necessarily a major issue, but it can keep you from knowing what your charge level is. It’s also fairly annoying and may keep your AirPods Pro from charging normally.