Reset Your AirPods
AirPods Pro keep disconnecting? How to fix it
Disconnect your AirPods then reconnect them To disconnect AirPods from your iPhone and reset them: Put AirPods into the case, close the lid and wait about 15 seconds. Open the lid, then press and hold the setup button on the back of the case. Wait for the light to flash amber, then white.
Bluetooth issues can trigger the “AirPods keep disconnected from Mac” issue. Some of the most simple hacks to overcome this issue is by resetting the Bluetooth module, forgetting your AirPod device, and then trying to reconnect it to your device for a fresh start.
You might need to reset your AirPods:
AirPods Disconnecting from Windows 10
Disable Ear Detection And Automatic Switching Disabling ear detection and automatic switching can also help to fix disconnecting AirPods. To disable automatic ear detection, head to Settings, followed by Bluetooth, and then tap on the information icon next to the connection status of the AirPods.
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How to fix your AirPods when they keep disconnecting? Some of the most simple and effective solutions to fix this issue include: Reboot your Mac, Factory Reset all connected Bluetooth devices, Remove the Bluetooth Configuration file and keep your macOS up to date.
Reset Your AirPods If you still keep running into issues with your AirPods disconnecting randomly, you should reset them. Put the AirPods in the Charging Case or Smart Case. Then, hold down the Status button (or both the Noise Control button and the Digital Crown on the AirPods Max) until the indicator flashes amber.
Disconnect the current problematic device, and re-pair it again to see whether the problem has been solved.
If your AirPods have just started disconnecting, you might have a poor connection between the phone and earbuds. Take the AirPods and put them back in your charging case. Leave them there for a few moments so they disconnect from your iPhone, and then take them out and try again.