Airpods pro connection failed on macbook pro

Airpods / Airpods Pro Connection Failed on Macbook Pro/Air

  • If the airpods pro connection failed then refresh bluetooth and rest your airpods and try to remove and reconnect your airpods and update your mac.

When you try to connect your Airpods / airpods pro to your macbook pro or air and your connection fails on  macbook pro / air then you can try these solutions to fix airpods pro connection failed issues.

Fix Airpods pro Connection Failed on Macbook Pro

Solution 1 :-Refresh Bluetooth 

Step 1: First, click the Apple icon in the upper-left of the screen.

Step 2: Select “System Preferences” under the Apple menu.

Step 3: Click “Bluetooth“.

Step 4: Then click “Turn Bluetooth off“.

Step 5: Now restart your Mac.

Step 6: Then turn on Bluetooth and connect your Airpods to Mac.

Solution 2 :- Reset Your Airpods 

Step 1: First, take your Airpods and place your Airpods inside the case. After that close the lid. Wait for 30 seconds and then open the lid. With the lid open, hold down the Setup Button until the status light flashing amber.

Step 2: Then keep your Airpods next to your Mac.

Step 3: Now open the lid of the case and connect your Airpods to Mac.

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Solution 3 :- Check the Following Thing 

1)First, make sure that your Mac and Airpods are close to each other.

2) Make sure that your Airpods are having enough charge to use. If your Airpods don’t have enough charge, it won’t connect to Mac. So, connect them to a power source and let it charge for 30 minutes. After that, connect your Airpods to Mac.

3) Open the lid and Airpods case when you connect the Airpods to your Mac. If you close the lid while connecting, it won’t connect to the Mac.

Solution 4 :- Remove and Reconnect your Airpods 

Step 1: First, go to the Apple menu.

Step 2: Select “System Preferences” under the Apple menu.

Step 3: Click “Bluetooth”.

Step 4: Select your Airpods from the list of devices.

Step 5: Then click the “X” (remove icon) next to your Airpods name.

Step 6: Now turn off “Bluetooth”. Then keep your Airpods inside the case and close the lid.

Step 7: After that keep your Airpods next to your Mac.

Step 8: Now open the lid of the case and connect your Airpods to Mac.

Solution 5 :- Update Your Mac 

Step 1: First, connect your Mac to Wi-Fi/Ethernet.

Step 2: Then go to the Apple menu.

Step 3: Select “System Preferences” under the Apple menu.

Step 4: Click “Software Update”.

Step 5: Then click “Upgrade Now” if Update is available.

Step 6: Wait until the updating process is finished and then connect your Airpods to Mac.