A reset forces your AirPods Max to temporarily power down and cease their Bluetooth connections. It's just like turning your iPhone off and back on.
Why Should I Reset My AirPods Max?
Resetting your AirPods Max can give them a fresh start when they're experiencing a software issue. After the reset is complete, it'll be as if you were connecting your AirPods Max to your device for the very first time.
How Do I Reset My AirPods Max?
How To Reset Your AirPods Max
- Make sure your AirPods Max are charged. If you're unsure, plug your AirPods Max into a power source and let them charge for a while.
- When you're ready, press and hold the Noise Control button and Digital Crown at the same time.
- Continue holding both buttons until the status light on your AirPods Max shines amber.
- Reconnect your AirPods Max to your compatible devices.
Applies To: AirPods Max
- If you'd like to factory reset your AirPods Max, continue holding both the Noise Control button and Digital crown until the status light turns from yellow to white.
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