Battery Optimization Or Power Saving Settings Android phones have a Battery Optimization feature that saves your battery from the background apps and running programs. If the setting is enabled, the Bluetooth connection will be disconnected.
Bluetooth interference occurs when something, like concrete objects or another wireless connection, impedes the Bluetooth connection between your devices. For example, Bluetooth uses 2.4GHz frequency to contact your gadget. But, so does your typical Wi-Fi router.
It's possible your AirPods don't sound very good because earwax, dirt, and debris is clogging the speaker mesh. Similarly, AirPods Pro may sound glitchy if dirty microphones are causing problems with the active noise cancellation.
If you are using 2.4 GHz WiFi, then the WiFi on your computer could be causing interference with your Bluetooth connection. Other types of interference can be caused by power cables, microwaves, fluorescent lights, wireless cameras and cordless phones. You could also try pairing your AirPods again with your computer.
Reset Your AirPods To do this, do the following: Place your AirPods in the case. They will need to have at least 75% of their battery life, so if they are low, charge them now. Open the lid of the case, with your AirPods in, and hold the back button for 20 seconds.
Make sure the AirPods have some charge and open the lid. Press and hold the setup button on the back of the case until the led flashes from amber to white color to put reset them. Now that you've done a hard reset, it's time to pair them again. Open the lid near your iPhone or iPad and follow the instructions.
If your AirPods disconnect, sometimes they won't automatically reconnect. If this happens, put them back in their case. When you put your AirPods back in their case, they will begin charging. This automatically eliminates any paired connection.
Bluetooth Interference Standing next to a router can create interference with your AirPods. Most wireless devices and gadgets like mice or keyboards also broadcast at 2.4GHz. If you work in an office or are at a coffee shop, there's a good chance some interference is causing your AirPods to disconnect.
Wearing over-the-ear headphones is a perfect setup for causing an increase of acne breakouts and skin infections," says dermatologist and Simple advisory board member Dr. Debra Luftman.
Bluetooth uses the generally harmless non-ionizing type of electromagnetic waves. In fact, the American Cancer Society (ACS) says Bluetooth earpieces send out radiofrequency waves at significantly lower levels than even cell phones.
The boy's eardrum was torn when an Amber Alert was emitted much louder than the volume he had set his AirPods Pro on, the suit alleged. A Texas couple sued Apple this week alleging that their 12-year-old son suffered "permanent hearing loss" when his AirPods emitted an alert so loud that it tore one of his eardrums.
Doctors say wearing earbuds is likely the culprit of an increasing number of ear infections because people have been wearing them more frequently since the pandemic began and are not cleaning them regularly. Nate said he wears his AirPods most of the day—unless he's sleeping or playing a video game.