Flashing white light: AirPods are in pairing mode. Amber/Orange light (with AirPods in): Your AirPods are charging inside the case. Amber/Orange light (without AirPods in): Your charging case doesn't have enough charge anymore to completely recharge your AirPods one more time.
Green while the AirPods are in the case: this means that the case and AirPods are both fully charged. Green when the AirPods aren't in the case: the case has enough juice for at least one more charge. Amber when the AirPods aren't in the case: less than one full charge remains in the case.
1. Forget and re-pair AirPods
Juul Blinking Green It indicates a full or near-full battery.
If your AirPods are flashing blue light, it can only mean one thing. You have been tricked into buying fake AirPods. The blue light is found only on cheap and fake AirPods. AirPods are really popular.
If the light flashes white, your AirPods are ready to set up with one of your devices. If the light flashes amber, you might need to set up your AirPods again.
If you confront a continuous blinking red light on your AirPods, there is a pairing issue for sure, and you need to pair AirPod again with your device to resolve the issue. But first, you've to perform a factory reset and then pair again.
If your xFi modem-router is blinking green, it means that it is having trouble connecting to the Internet. You can solve this problem by disconnecting and reconnecting your devices, checking for loose cable connections, checking for power outages, etc.
A blinking red light means the flash almost fully charged. When the light goes off it means the flash is charged and your camera is ready to capture a photo! Please note, where the light stays red for around 20 seconds, the batteries should be replaced with two new alkaline batteries of the same brand & style.
Flashing blue light - Power bank needs to be charged. Flashing red light - Power Bank is being charged. Solid red light - Power Bank is done being charged. To recharge your Power Bank plug the included micro USB cable into any USB power source (wall charger, car charger, etc.)
Green means charged, and amber means less than one full charge remains. If the light flashes white, your AirPods are ready to set up with one of your devices. If the light flashes amber, you might need to set up your AirPods again.
If the AirPods are out of range of your device, are in the AirPod case, or are out of battery power, they'll appear as “Offline” instead. If your AirPods are offline for whatever reason, you can tap them and you may be able to see their last known location.
One of the most significant benefits of wired headsets is not requiring battery power for the headset. Wired earbuds don't need power while wireless earbuds need charging. If you notice that you're tugging and pulling at wired AirPods, there are a few workarounds.