If they're just in their case asleep somewhere, you might see their last known location on the map, and if you tap Play Sound, the app will say “Sound Pending.” Now it's up to you to find those AirPods yourself, and when you do, they might start playing an obnoxious beeping sound when they finally reconnect to your
The Airpod has to be connected to the iphone by bluetooth for you to track it or play a sound. If it's not connected, you can't track it or play a sound.
Example: “The device you're trying to locate has has 'Find My iPhone' turned off, so we are unable to play a sound on it or locate it.” ”Pending” implies that something is in process and it will eventually play a sound.
In general, there are some possible reasons for iPhone erase pending issue: ① An unstable internet connection is one of the most common reasons why the erasing process pending. iCloud depends on network to perform the operation. So if your device is offline, you will see Erase Pending.
If you have an AirPod that you've left behind at another location or that isn't connected to your iPhone, you'll see the last known location on the map, and hitting the “Play Sound” button will present a “Sound Pending” message: “You will receive a notification when these AirPods connect to a paired device.”
'Pending' means something is waiting to happen. For the phone to make a noise it needs to receive the signal from iCloud, that means it needs a cellular data or internet connection.
Question: Q: Play sound on AirPods doesn't work in find If your AirPods are out of Bluetooth range, out of charge, or in the case with the cover closed, Find My won't give a current location. You just have to find them manually by looking for them.
Limitations with Find My AirPods Your AirPods will not play a sound while they're in the case, so if you lose the AirPods and the AirPods Case somewhere in the house, you're out of luck.
If one AirPod is in the charging case, it won't play any sound. The sound will gradually get louder as it plays for two minutes. If you can hear it, but not find it before the sound stops, then tap Play Sound again. You can switch which AirPod the sound is playing on by tapping the L or R button in the Find My app.
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The issue is they are connected and in range and still playing a sound does not work :( Hello, If your AirPods are out of Bluetooth range, out of charge, or in the case with the cover closed, Find My won't give a current location. You just have to find them manually by looking for them.
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PENDING: The message is waiting to be accepted by the operator who provides the recipients mobile service.
Put AirPods Back in the Case Since both the AirPods have to connect to your phone separately, one of them likely bumped into a problem during the pairing process. Turning them off and back on will force them to reconnect, which should resolve the issue. Place both AirPods into the case and close the lid.
Set a Volume Limit Typically, Volume Limit is set to “Off,” but it doesn't hurt to check if that's true. It could be the reason why your AirPods play so quietly you don't hear them. Go into Settings > Music > Volume Limit > set the slider to Maximum (turning volume limit off).
Turn Bluetooth OFF & ON Again Sometimes your AirPods fail to connect to your phone properly, so one or both sides don't receive sound. Turning Bluetooth off and back on forces your phone to reestablish the connection all over again. This time, hopefully, without issues.