Not long ago I bought a bluetooth transmitter/receiver (by “Ugreen”) that I intended to use as a medium device for connecting AirPods with in-flight entertaining system on Turkish Airlines planes. To be honest, I’m still struggling connecting it, but during the trial I faced another problem – “AirPods Connection Failed” message. My Apple earbuds failed to connect to iPhone for some reason. Eventually I solved the problem and here is how.
Actually, during pairing AirPods with iPhone I saw the message “Connection Failed. Try Again”.
When it comes to AirPods troubleshooting, you don’t have much choices. The only thing you can do is to reset your earbuds to factory settings.
To do that follow the steps below.
STEP 1Put both earbuds back to charging case and close the lid STEP 2Open the case lid and locate a Setup button on the back side of AirPods case. STEP 3Push and HOLD the Setup button for at least 15 seconds. The Status Light starts to blink with white color. When blinking light will change to amber color, release the Setup button.
Now your earbuds are reset to factory settings. Bring it near your iPhone, then close/open the lid to activate the pairing dialog box.
This method worked well for me.
So if your AirPods connection failed, you know what to do.
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