How to Reset AirPods Pro from Previous Owner
When you purchase a used pair of AirPods Pro, it is important to reset them before you start using them. This will help ensure that no personal information is linked to the device, making it safe and secure. Here are some steps you can take to reset your AirPods Pro from the previous owner so you can use them with your device.
Step 1: Disconnect from the Previous Owner’s Device
The first step is to make sure that the AirPods Pro is disconnected from the previous owner’s device. Make sure that the device no longer shows the AirPods in its Bluetooth settings. This will ensure that the device is no longer recognized or linked to it.
Step 2: Reset the AirPods Pro
Once the AirPods Pro is disconnected from the previous owner’s device, you can reset them. To do this, simply press and hold the setup button on the back of the case for at least 15 seconds. This will reset the AirPods Pro, erasing all settings and data associated with the previous owner.
Step 3: Connect with Your Device
The last step is to connect the AirPods Pro with your device. To do this, open the Bluetooth settings in your device and look for the AirPods in the list of available devices. Once you select the AirPods Pro, you will be able to connect them with your device.
Additional Tips for Using Your AirPods Pro
- Pair with Multiple Devices: You can easily pair your AirPods Pro with multiple devices. This allows you to switch between devices without having to manually connect each time you want to use them.
- Check the Battery Level: It is important to regularly check the battery level of the AirPods Pro. This will help ensure that the device has enough power to work properly.
- Keep them Clean: AirPods Pro are prone to getting dirty, so make sure that you clean them regularly. This will prevent them from malfunctioning and also make them last longer.
Resetting AirPods Pro from the previous owner is an important step to take if you are purchasing a used pair. It will ensure that the AirPods Pro is safe and secure and that all personal data is erased. Follow these steps to make sure your AirPods Pro is ready for use with your device.
The AirPods Pro are premium wireless earbuds produced by Apple with features such as active noise cancellation, customized EQ settings, and more. When purchased used, the previous owner’s settings and personal preferences such as audio and battery settings can be closed up onto the device – and they don’t always match the new one’s. To take full advantage of the AirPods Pro features and use the device as your own, here are the steps on how to reset the AirPods Pro to its factory settings.
First, open up the AirPods Pro case, press and hold the setup button located on the back for about 15 seconds until the status light within the case flashes orange and white. This will put the AirPods Pro case into “reset mode.”
Next, open up the “Settings” app on your iPhone, or, if you already have the AirPods Pro connected to another device, go to the device’s Bluetooth settings and disconnect/forget the AirPods Pro from it.
Now, go to the “Bluetooth” menu from your iPhone and select the AirPods Pro from the list of nearby devices. Click the “Connect” button and proceed with the pairing process. Once the pairing is complete, the AirPods Pro should appear connected on the Bluetooth setting menu.
Finally, with the AirPods Pro connected to your iPhone, select the device in the “Bluetooth” menu, then tap “Forget This Device.” This will reset all of the AirPods Pro’s settings, effectively pairing the device to your own device and erasing all of the previous user’s settings.
With these steps, your AirPods Pro will now be reset to factory settings and ready for you to customize and personalize the settings to your needs. Enjoy your new AirPods Pro!