Bluetooth issues on your device might be causing the AirPods to misbehave. You can disable Bluetooth from the Bluetooth settings. Once you've turned Bluetooth off completely, wait for a minute or so and then turn Bluetooth back on. Once again, check if both of your AirPods are working.
I had the same issue, and a simple solution fixed the problem for me. I wiped off the metal end of the right AirPod, and then used a Q-tip to clean the bottom of the case where the metal end of the right AirPod made contact with the case. Works great once again and holds charge. Hope this helps!
Try cleaning the charging areas on both the case and the pods and see if that makes a difference. If that doesn't help, download the firmware updater and re-pair your Powerbeats with your device.
You cannot pair just one AirPod to your iPhone, unless you are referring to pairing a replacement AirPod. See Set up your replacement AirPods or charging case – Apple Support for information on pairing your replacement AirPod.
Your problem could be this setting is out of balance and sending all sound to only one AirPod. To fix this, go to Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual > find the Balance slider and move it to the center.
One Airpod having no sound: If audio is only coming out of one Airpod, you're likely looking at an audio setting or volume issue. In other cases, the earbud mesh could be clogged with gunk or debris, affecting your sound.
First, make sure your AirPods are not physically damaged and fully charged. You can simply test the hardware with a mobile phone or another Windows computer. Remove AirPods and pair them again. Restart your computer to resolve the temporary glitch of the system.
Turn Bluetooth Off & Back On Open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap Bluetooth. Then, tap the switch labelled Bluetooth to turn it off. Then, tap it again to turn Bluetooth back on! Once you turn Bluetooth back on, try using your AirPods on a call again to see if the problem persists!
Check the AirPods' battery level First and foremost, you should check how much battery your AirPods have left. In order for your AirPods to connect to your device (and stay connected), they will need enough battery.
Open the Settings app. Scroll down and click on Accessibility. Select Hearing Enhancements and you'll see a slider that says Left/Right Sound Balance. Bring the marker to the middle for equal audio distribution to both your left and right AirPods.
The first thing you should check is if your AirPods are charged. One of them might be low on battery which might cause it to shut off. To check if your AirPods are charged, place them in the charging case, open the case's lid, and hold it near your iPhone or iPad.
So what to do, for starter's turn off Bluetooth on all the device you had connected them too. next, you turn of your AirPods ( put them back in their Case. Let th then sit for at least 15 seconds. Next hold the noise cancellation and volume dial until you see the amber light flash.
After rebooting your AirPods Max, the issue should be fixed on this occasion and you'll get ANC or Transparency mode in both cups when you press the noise control button. If the problem recurs at a later time, simply repeat the same steps.
Check Charging Case Battery Level When one AirPod stops charging, the culprit is very often the Charging Case. Generally speaking, if its charge is less than 10%, then the case doesn't have enough juice to charge both AirPods.