Fixed this problem by putting airpods back to the charging case. Wait and open the case cover to see both case and airpods are showing battery percentage. Then remove the airpods and put on ears, worked again.
Here are the steps to turn up the volume up or down on your Android smartphone. Press the +Volume button on your smartphone. This should immediately raise the volume of your Bluetooth headphones. Alternatively, you can go to Settings then move the slider for Media Volume to the right to turn up the sound.
Reset Bluetooth Settings on Mac On macOS, resetting the Bluetooth module should fix glitches preventing sound production on your AirPods and other Bluetooth devices. Hold Shift + Option on the keyboard and click the Bluetooth icon on the menu bar. Select Reset the Bluetooth module.
You might not hear the audio in one AirPod because there's gunk built up in it, blocking sound from getting out. That could be lint or dust, or even earwax. Check your AirPods, and if the speakers look clogged, clean your AirPods. Turn Bluetooth On and Off.
Re-Enable Bluetooth / Disconnect AirPods Re-enable your phone's Bluetooth and reinsert the AirPods in your ears. If you use an iPhone/iPad or Mac, both devices will automatically get reconnected. For Windows PC and Android, you might have to reconnect to the AirPods in your device's Settings menu.
You could mute the voice before inserting the earphones and then put in the earphones and set the volume. This way the alarm sound will only come through the earphones because you have muted your phone, not the earphones.
Restart your paired device, e.g., iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch etc. Then try again. Disable Automatic Ear Detection to see if this fixes your problem. Simply go to Settings > Bluetooth > AirPods and and turn off Automatic Ear Detection.
Misspelling of email addresses is a very common reason for emails not being sent. It's very easy to miss out a letter or a dot in an email address, which will result in it not getting through. You should always double check addresses when you're sending to a new recipient to avoid this.
Check your spam, junk and/or other possible inboxes/folders. Search for the emails that you may be missing with the search option to see if they are ending up in a different folder. Remove and re-add the email account on the Outlook app. Check for any pending updates for your device or for the Outlook app.
If your Gmail account isn't receiving emails, it could be due to a few different problems. Every email you receive takes up space, and if your Google account runs out of storage space, you can't receive new emails. You might also have the wrong Gmail inbox settings, or lack a stable internet connection.
A server could be down temporarily, there could be something wrong with your personal account, you could have filters set up, something could be wrong with your browser, or e-mail forwarding may be turned on by mistake.
Go to Settings and turn airplane mode off. Go to Settings > Messages and turn MMS Messaging on. Go to Settings > Cellular and turn Cellular Data on. Go to Settings > Cellular and turn Data Roaming on if you're roaming on a cellular provider network that is different from your billing provider's network.
If your attachments are showing up in the body of a message and not below the subject line, then, the issue is because of the file type of the email you're sending. If you're replying to or using the Rich Text format for your email, all attachments will show up in the body of the message.