Set Up Your AirPods in Zoom's Audio Settings Wait until the light starts blinkings white. Go to Apple → System Preferences. Click on the Bluetooth icon and ensure your AirPods are visible on the list of your connected devices. Launch Zoom and click on Zoom.us (top left corner).
In the Zoom app, open Settings and click Preferences -> Audio. Check which device is listed beside the Microphone and Speaker headings. If your AirPods are listed beside both labels, all of your Zoom audio settings have been directed to them.
Your AirPods will now be unpaired from your Mac. To pair them again, do the following. WIth your Mac booted and within range, open the AirPods case, with the AirPods in it, and press and hold the white button until it flashes. Go to System Preferences > Bluetooth on your Mac and choose the AirPods when they appear.
That could be why your AirPod isn't working for phone calls. Check your AirPods microphone settings and ensure your device uses the microphone in both AirPods. Head to Settings > Bluetooth and tap the More Info icon next to your AirPods. Tap Microphone in the AirPods settings and select Automatic Switch AirPods.
If your Apple AirPods stop working on your Windows PC, try these fixes: Disable Bluetooth on other devices. If you've paired your AirPods with your iPhone, it could interfere with the connection to your PC, so try temporarily turning off Bluetooth on other devices. Open the charging case lid.
Just go to your Settings -> Bluetooth and make sure the green indicator is on and also make sure your AirPods are properly paired to your iDevice. If your Bluetooth connection is acting weird or you have many devices, try turning it off on purpose and turn it on 20 seconds later.
If it's still not working, try re-pairing your devices: In your devices' Bluetooth settings, delete the information of the other device. Tip: This setting can be called Forget or Unpair. On both devices, switch Bluetooth off, then back on.
Make sure your headphones are in pairing mode. Press and hold this button for three seconds. The headphones should now be in pairing mode. If you are still not seeing the headphones on the available devices list, you may need to reset your headphones and remove any Bluetooth settings profiles for them on your device.
Make sure the Apple® AirPods are not connected to any other device and the Bluetooth® option is enabled. Once confirmed, place your Apple® AirPods in their case—keeping the lid open. Reset your Apple® AirPods by holding the button on the back of the case for 3-5 seconds until the amber light blinks three times.
Place your AirPods back in their case, then press and hold the button on the back. Continue holding this button for about 15 seconds, until the light on the front of the case flashes orange. Once you see the orange light, open the case, then try manually pairing your AirPods to your Android again.
Restart Your Device Next up, if you're still wondering why your AirPods won't connect, it is time to restart your device. There are a few ways to do this depending on the age of your iPhone or iPad. For a modern iPhone, press the volume up button followed directly by the volume down button. Then press the Side button.
One Airpod not connecting: If one of your AirPods isn't pairing to your device, it's likely because your device firmware or OS hasn't been updated yet. Or it could also be that your Network Settings need refreshing, especially if you have a lot of existing Bluetooth connections.
Check that the headphone is in pairing mode (Blue/Red indicator light flashes quickly). Delete the existing Bluetooth headphone name in phone, and search again. If still no search result, please restart the headphone and phone, and try again. Check if the battery level is too low.
If you are having issues connecting your Airpods to your Versa, I recommend restarting your watch, by doing the following: Press and hold the back (left) and bottom buttons until you see the Fitbit logo on the screen. This should take less than 10 seconds. Let go of the buttons.