Connect the AirPods to your Windows 10 PC and follow the instructions below to check if the AirPods audio balance is correctly configured. Step 1: Launch the Windows Settings menu and select System. Step 2: Navigate to the Sound tab. Step 3: In the Output section, ensure the AirPods are your preferred output device.
Check that the speakers are turned on and connected properly If your computer has external speakers, make sure that they are turned on and that the volume is turned up. Make sure that the speaker cable is securely plugged into the “output” audio socket on your computer. This socket is usually light green in color.
If you're having trouble listening to Pandora in a web browser, please ensure that Pandora's volume is turned up (in the bottom right corner of the screen).
If you don't hear Siri announcements Make sure that your AirPods or your compatible Beats headphones are paired to your device in Settings > Bluetooth. Go to Settings > Notifications > Announce Notifications and make sure that Announce Notifications is turned on.
If callers can't hear you on your AirPods, there's a good chance that your AirPods' microphones are dirty and need to be cleaned. You can spray a q-tip with 70% isopropyl alcohol and gently clean the microphone grills at the bottom of each AirPod and see if it fixes the problem.
In most cases, updating your device's software, resetting the Bluetooth connection, and setting your AirPods as the primary microphone should fix the problem. However, if none of these worked, and resetting and charging your AirPods doesn't help much either, you're probably dealing with a hardware problem.
If your AirPods are connected but the sound is coming from your phone, turn off and then back on your phone's Bluetooth. If that fails, go to Settings > Bluetooth > Info > Forget This Device. Hold the button on the back of your AirPod case for 10 seconds while the lid is open to re-pair.
Turn Bluetooth Off & Back On Open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap Bluetooth. Then, tap the switch labelled Bluetooth to turn it off. Then, tap it again to turn Bluetooth back on! Once you turn Bluetooth back on, try using your AirPods on a call again to see if the problem persists!
To enable the “Announce Messages with Siri” feature, first, make sure that your AirPods are paired with your iPhone or iPad and connected to your device. Next, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. In Settings, tap “Notifications.” Tap “Announce Messages with Siri.”
Before you begin, make sure your Apple TV has the latest version of tvOS installed. on the Siri Remote, then select Settings. Scroll down and select Remotes and Devices > Bluetooth. On AirPods Max, press and hold the noise control button for about five seconds, or until the status light flashes white.
Put Your AirPods Back In Their Case & Try Again Sometimes the simplest solution is the most effective! The next fix we recommend is to try to place your AirPods back in their charging case briefly. Then, try using them for another phone call.
When set to automatic, the AirPods will use the microphone that is available to the device. One of the other common but relatively overlooked reasons why callers can't hear you when you're on your AirPods is the presence of debris covering the microphone.