My Left AirPod is not working even after reset

Welcome back, everyone. You may be in a situation where for some reason, your AirPods are just not working, even after you factory reset them.

Identifying the Problem

Now, the main reason why this may be happening usually is because there is a hardware problem or software problem associated with your AirPods.

Preliminary Checks

  • Determine Age and Usage: The first thing I’d recommend doing is understanding whether your AirPods are brand new or whether they’re used and old.
  • Consider Previous Damage: Sometimes if you have super old AirPods, if you threw them around, if you got water on them, there can be issues with them in and of themselves.

Cleaning Your AirPods

  • Inspect for Debris: What I’d recommend doing is taking your AirPods out and seeing if there’s any dust, debris, earwax, or anything like that stuck.
  • Clean the AirPods: In the case of your AirPods, you also want to go and take a look at the AirPods themselves and see if you can go and clean out these AirPods, too.

Cleaning Method

  • Using a Napkin or Small Tool: There can be a lot of times where you have to pretty much take a napkin or something small and clean out the inside of your AirPods.

Ensuring Proper Charging

  • Charge the AirPods: If that doesn’t end up working and you already reset them, I would probably recommend making sure they’re charged up.
  • Use Correct Charging Method: So you want to go ahead and grab a lightning port of some sort, the charging, or you can even wirelessly charge if your AirPods support it.

Software Updates and Re-Pairing

  • Update Your Device: If that’s still not working, what I would recommend doing is going to your specific iPhone, Android, whatever it is, and all you want to do is you want to go ahead and pretty much re-update your iPhone or Android.
  • Repair the AirPods: If that still doesn’t work, I would recommend trying to repair and reset your AirPods again.

Repairing Process

  • Hold Down the Button: So hold down that button on the back, wait until the white light starts blinking, and then pretty much just repair them to your iPhone or Android and that may end up working.

Final Checks

  • Physical Damage Check: If they still don’t work, then I would probably recommend making sure you didn’t drop them or physically harm them in any way, and that might end up working for you too.

Conclusion and Additional Support

So that kind of covers it up. If you have any other thoughts or questions, let me know in the comment section below.

Next Steps: Hopefully, I’ll catch you guys in the next video. Peace out. Till then.

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