Did one of your AirPod Pro just stop working, and you have no clue how to fix them? Well, you are in luck cause we have had this issue in the past, and we could find a fix. Today we have made this guide so that we can help you fix your left AirPod Pro in no time.
Many reasons can cause one of your AirPods Pro to stop working. These problems range from simple connectivity issues to complex software bugs. However, don’t worry, as we will help you fix your Left AirPod Pro in no time.
Before we carry on with this guide, let me tell you one thing. These fixes cater to the software issue you might face; if somehow your left AirPod Pro gets damaged, this guide might not be for you. With that said, let’s continue with our guide. Here is how you can fix your Left AirPod Pro.
- Method #1: Reconnect Your AirPods Pro
- Method #2: Resetting Your AirPods
- Method #3: Resetting Your Audio Balance
- Method #4: Make Sure Both Your AirPods Are Fully Charged
- Method #5: Updating Your iOS
- Frequently Asked Questions
Method #1: Reconnect Your AirPods Pro
Whether it be the Samsung Buds, AirPods Pro, or any other wireless headphones, they are all prone to connectivity issues. One of the biggest reasons your AirPods stop working might be your Bluetooth connection.
Disconnecting AirPods Pro From Your Phone
Sometimes, while using your AirPods, one of your AirPods automatically loses connection, and it fails to reconnect itself. You need to reconnect your AirPods Pro with your phone once again to fix this issue.
To reconnect your AirPods Pro:
- Go to your Phone Settings.
- Inside Phone Settings, navigate to Bluetooth.
- Now choose your AirPods Pro and press Forget this Device.
Now that you have disconnected your device, you need to reconnect it. Before reconnecting your device, put your AirPods in their case with their lid closed for at least 10 seconds.
Connecting AirPods Pro to Your Phone
If you have an Apple device, reconnecting your AirPods is a piece of cake. To connect your AirPods, take it close to your iPhone and open its lid and then press connect on your iPhone and you will be connected.
However, in the case where you don’t own an Apple device to connect your AirPods with your phone, you need to:
- Turn on your AirPods Pairing Mode by pressing the button on the back for a few seconds.
- Then go to your Settings > Bluetooth.
- Now select AirPods from the list of available devices.
Method #2: Resetting Your AirPods
If reconnecting your AirPods Pro doesn’t seem to fix the problem on hand, you can always reset your AirPods. Sometimes there are software bugs that don’t allow one of your AirPods to work correctly. To deal with the bugs, you can just Hard Reset your AirPods.
Here’s how you can hard reset your AirPods:
- Disconnect your AirPods from your Phone.
- Place them back in the case for 30 secs.
- Now press the button on your AirPods Case until the status light blinks from amber to white.
Now reconnect your AirPods with your phone, and you will be good to go.
Method #3: Resetting Your Audio Balance
Audio Balance allows iPhone users to control their AirPod sound. By moving the slider, users can choose whether they want the left side or right side to be dominant. Sometimes if the slider is entirely on the right side, you will lose all the sound in your Left AirPod.
To check whether that’s the case with your AirPods Pro, you need to
- Go to Settings.
- Navigate to Accessibility > Audio / Visual.
- Make sure the slider is in the middle.
Method #4: Make Sure Both Your AirPods Are Fully Charged
This may seem like a very obvious thing at first, but the amount of time it happens to AirPod Pros users it’s mind-boggling. Therefore, making sure your Left AirPod is fully charged is a viable fix for your situation.
To check the charging of your AirPods:
- Open your AirPods Pro Case.
- Now go to your iPhone Home screen and swipe left until the Search Bar appears.
- Check the Left AirPod Pro battery percentage.
This method is mainly targeted toward people who use AirPods Pro with Android, as checking the battery of their AirPods requires them to install an app.
Method #5: Updating Your iOS
Last but not least, sometimes, due to outdated software AirPods Pro faces many connectivity issues. However, the fix for this is a relatively easy one. You need to go to your iPhone Settings and update your iOS. After updating your iOS, just reconnect your AirPods Pro with your iPhone, and you will be good to go.
We know how frustrating it can be when one of your AirPods doesn’t work. However, you don’t need to stress over it anymore. By following this guide, you will be able to fix your left AirPods Pro. Moreover, this guide will also help you deal with any other software bugs you might be facing with your AirPods Pro.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can reset your AirPods Pro. To reset your AirPods Pro back to its default Factory Setting. Press and hold the button on your case for 15 secs. Once your light lights start flashing amber, it will indicate that you have successfully reset your AirPods Pro.
Your AirPods Pro Case flashes red when they run into some connectivity issues. However, the fix is an easy one; you can either reset your AirPods Pro or reconnect them to get rid of the red flashing light on your AirPods Case.
To check your AirPods battery percentage on your Android, you need to download a third-party app on your phone. After the app is installed, connect your AirPods, and you will be able to see your AirPods Battery percentage.