Did you know that you can reset your AirPods Max? This option is a great method of troubleshooting for Bluetooth connectivity issues and other issues that may arise when pairing and using Apple’s over-ear headphones with the various compatible devices.
Similar to iPhone, iPad, Mac, and other Apple products, you can restart AirPods Max and start over in case the device does not perform as expected.
Important: Apple recommended you must charge the headset before performing the reset. Use the USB-C to Lightning cable included in the box!
How to reset AirPods Max
Release and be patient for the headset to restart. If you have an iPhone, iPad, or Mac nearby, the AirPods Max should automatically reconnect after the reset.
Made: Both Noise control and the Digital crown the buttons are placed at the top of the right ear cup.
Reset AirPods Max to Factory Settings
If you plan to sell / gift your AirPods Max, or just start fresh to make sure all bugs are fixed, you can factory reset them. This will allow you to unlink the over-ear headphones from your iCloud account.
How To: Hold The Key Noise control button and digital crown for 15 seconds. The LED available at the bottom of the right earbud should flash orange, then white!
Made: After you reset your AirPods Max to factory settings, you need to repair them on your iOS, iPadOS, or macOS device to start using them again.
Have you had any issues with AirPods Max? Have you ever used the hard reset trick? Use the comments section and share your comments.
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