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    How To Fix AirPods Notification PopUp on AirPods?

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    AirPods are a popular choice for their seamless connectivity feature. But sometimes, the notification pop-ups can disrupt your listening experience.

    Here is a complete guide to help you silence the notification and regain control over your AirPods, including steps to reset them.

    Why Do I Keep Getting Notification Pop-ups on AirPods?

    Before checking out for solutions, here is why you get notification pop-ups on AirPods.

    Software Glitches—Sometimes, your iPhone’s software can have temporary bugs or glitches that cause notification popups to appear more frequently than intended.

    AirPods Settings – Certain AirPods settings, like the “End Call” option, can trigger unnecessary notifications.

    Outdated Version of the Software – Outdated firmware version of AirPods can trigger various types of issues in AirPods, especially the notification pop-ups.

    Also Read: How to connect AirPods to Chromebook?

    Ways To Fix AirPods Popup Notification on iPhones?

    Here’s a step-by-step approach to tackle the notification popups on AirPods.

    1.     Check for iOS Updates

    Make sure your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS to ensure compatibility with your AirPods battery needs. An outdated software version can cause notification pop-up bugs, adversely affecting AirPods Pro functionality.

    Newer versions often contain bug fixes that might address this issue.

    To update, open iPhone Settings.

    Select the General tab, then select Software Update to check for updates.

    Keep the Automatic update toggle on. Next, turn on the Toggle buttons to download and Install iOS updates.


    This will automatically keep your iPhone updated, so you need not worry about updating it manually.

    Once you have installed the update, wait for some time and if the issue persists, go to the next solutions.

    Also read: How to improve AirPods Battery Life?

    2.     Update The AirPods Firmware

    You should also make sure you update the AirPods firmware and your iOS.

    Apple never notifies us of software firmware updates. You get the updates automatically when they are connected to your iOS device, provided you have a stable network connection.

    Here is how you can update the AirPods’ firmware manually:

    Place your AirPods in their charging case, and make sure the AirPods are connected to their specific charger.

    Open the lid of the case and take it near the iPhone or iOS device to re-establish a connection, beneficial for AirPods Pro. Make sure you donot take the AirPods out of the case.

    Now you should see a set-up animation on the iPhone, indicating your AirPods battery status. Tap on Connect. This should auto-update the AirPods to the latest version, fixing AirPods popup not showing.

    You can check the firmware version of your AirPods to see which ones have been updated.

    To do that, connect your AirPods to the iPhone or iPad.

    Go to the device’s Settings > General.

    Select About > AirPods.

    Then, check the value next to the firmware version.


    3.     Adjust Call Controls

    Follow the steps given below to mute the notifications:

    This setting determines how you end calls using your AirPods Pro. You can adjust the End call setting option.

    Go to Settings then select Bluetooth. Tap on your AirPods, then navigate to the Calls Control section.

    Go to the “End Call” option and then choose the “Press Once” option.

    4.     Reconnect The AirPods

    Pairing the Apple AirPods again can fix the issue if they are not working as expected; this might involve a reset. If the AirPods keep disconnecting on their own, here is how to fix the issue.

    To disconnect the AirPods from your iPhone, follow these steps:

    Go to iPhone’s Settings.

    Select Bluetooth and Wi-Fi settings tap on the “i” icon next to the Airpods from the devices list. Select the Forget This Device option.

    Select Forget Device again to confirm your action. This should ensure that your AirPods are disconnected from all the connected devices with the same Apple ID, solving issues such as the headphone popup not showing.

    Once you have finished this, restart your AirPods and iPhone. Then, connect the AirPods to your iPhone again and check if this could fix this issue.

    5. Contact Apple Support for AirPods Battery Issues

    If the problem persists after trying the above solutions, you can contact Apple Support

    . You can also contact Apple Community online and check the suggestions there.

    They can provide further assistance and determine if your AirPods have a hardware issue.

    Wrapping Up

    By following these steps, you should be able to effectively silence those pesky notification pop-ups and get back to enjoying your AirPods without interruption.

    For any further queries feel free to ask us I the comments section below.

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