Why do my AirPods Pro keep beeping?
AirPods Pro can start beeping because of low battery, moisture trapped inside the AirPods, or becuse of unsuccessful pairing with the device.
- Low battery
- High background sounds
- Unsuccessful pairing of AirPods with the device
- Moisture trapped inside the AirPods
- Internal AirPods issue
When the AirPods have a low battery, they may begin beeping to alert the user about low battery. This beep also prevents the user from losing the flow of a conversation because of the low battery.
High background sounds
When the background sounds for the AirPods are turned ON and the volume is set at high levels, the AirPods may keep beeping and Produce an irritating sound.
Unsuccessful pairing of AirPods with the device
When the AirPods are unable to pair successfully with the device, they may produce the beeping sound to warn the user about interruptions in the pairing.
Moisture trapped inside the AirPods
If your AirPods were dropped in water, there may be some moisture trapped inside the AirPods. The AirPods may keep beeping because they are unable to work properly.
Internal AirPods issue
Sometimes, there may be internal circuit issues inside the electronic system of the AirPods Pro. This issue can only be fixed by consulting an official service center of Apple or replacing your AirPods with new ones.
AirPods Pro beep codes
|Connected Chime||Unsuccessful pairing||Establish correct pairing between the AirPods and the iPhone.|
|Battery Low Chime||Battery level is10%||Connect the charger.|
|Power Down Chime||Battery level is1%||Connect the charger.|
Why is my AirPods Pro beeping once?
Your AirPods Pro may beep once because of successful pairing with the device. If you wish to stop this beeping noise, you can reduce the background volume to zero level.
- Go to the Settings of your device.
- Scroll down to the Accessibility option and tap on it and select the Physical and Motor option.
- Select AirPods and tap on the Sound Accessibility option.
- Select the Background Sounds option and tap on the slider to turn it OFF.
- Go to the Volume option and drag the slider to the extreme left to turn the volume level to zero. This will solve your AirPods Pro beeping once because of successful pairing with the device.
Why is my AirPods Pro beeping two times?
Your AirPods Pro may be beeping two times because of interruptions in the Bluetooth connection, that is, the AirPods Pro is unable to pair with the device successfully.
You can very easily fix this issue by resetting your AirPods and moving your device closer to the AirPods Pro.
Follow the steps given below to solve the issue of AirPods Pro beeping two times:
- Put your AirPods Pro in their case and close the lid of the case.
- Press and hold the Reset button located at the back of the casing for up to 10 seconds.
- Wait for a few minutes and take out the AirPods from the casing.
- Bring your device close to the AirPods and open the Settings app on your device.
- Choose the Bluetooth option and tap on the name of your AirPods Pro to connect your device.
- Let the AirPods Pro connect to your device successfully and see if the beeping sound stops.
Why is my AirPods Pro beeping three times?
Your AirPods Pro may be beeping three times because of low battery. You can fix this issue by disconnecting your AirPods from your iPhone, charging your AirPods Pro and pairing them with your device after hard resetting them.
To fix this you can follow the procedure given below:
- Open the Settings menu in your phone.
- Tap on the Bluetooth option. Tap on the “i” icon against the name of your AirPods.
- Select the Forget this device option to unpair your AirPods from your device.
- Place your AirPods in their casing and plug the charger in.
- Let the AirPods charge for at least 30 minutes. Pair them again to your iPhone by opening the Settings menu and going to the Bluetooth option. Scan your phone for available Bluetooth devices.
- Select your AirPods Pro from the list of available devices and connect it. This will stop your AirPods from beeping three times.
How do I stop my AirPods from beeping?
You can stop your AirPods from beeping by going to the Accessibility menu of the iOS or macOS device that you are using.
To stop your AirPods from making a beeping sound, follow the steps given below:
- Open the Settings on your device and scroll down to find the Accessibility option.
- Find the option for Physical and Motor. Choose the AirPods option here.
- Find the Sound Accessibility Settings in this menu.
- Tap on the Background Sounds option to turn it OFF.
- Drag the Volume slider to the extreme left to put it to the zero level. This will hopefully stop your AirPods from beeping. If it doesn’t, you must try charging your AirPods to the full battery level and check if the beeping stops.
Why do my AirPods Pro keep beeping even when fully charged?
Your AirPods Pro may keep beeping even when fully charged when they are trying to connect to a device but are unable to connect to it properly.
You can solve this problem by resetting the Bluetooth connection between the AirPods Pro and your device.
To do this, follow the procedure given below:
- Turn your AirPods OFF and put them into their case.
- Open the Settings (Gear Icon) on your iPhone or MacBook.
- Go to the Bluetooth option. Scroll down the list and find the name of your AirPods Pro.
- Tap on the name and select Forget this device option.
- Scroll through the list of available Bluetooth devices.
- Scan for devices and select the name of your AirPods Pro after turning them ON.
- Connect your AirPods Pro to the device and see if the beeping sound stops.
Why are my AirPods beeping after getting wet?
Your AirPods may be beeping after getting wet because of water trapped inside them. You can fix this issue by drying them out. However, if the beeping still doesn’t stop, you may need to replace them with new ones.
How to dry your AirPods after getting wet:
- Fill a bowl or a zip-lock bag with rice.
- Place your AirPods in rice and allow them to sit in rice for a day to remove all the moisture that may have gotten into the AirPods. Alternatively, you can place your AirPods in an airy cupboard enclosed in a warm environment. The aim here is to prevent the electronic circuits inside the AirPods from getting damaged while drying the moisture in the AirPods.
- Do not try to apply direct heat to the AirPods as it can heat up the internal circuit of the AirPods, leading to permanent damage.
- Once you are done drying out your AirPods, put them in the casing and press and hold the Reset button at the back of the case.
- Connect the AirPods Proto your phone or laptop and see if the beeping sound stops or not. If you still hear a beeping sound, you may need to replace them with new ones.
Why is my left AirPod Pro beeping?
Your left AirPod Pro may be producing a beeping sound because of some issue in the AirPod itself or low battery.
However, you can easily fix this problem by resetting your AirPods Pro. To do this, follow the steps given below.
- Put your AirPods in their casing.
- Close the casing and find the Reset button at the back of the case.
- Press and hold this button for 10 seconds.
- Plug the charger of your AirPods and let them charge for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Connect your AirPods with your phone or laptop and see if the beeping sound stops or not.
Why is my right AirPod Pro beeping?
Your right AirPod Pro may be making a beeping sound because of the low battery. This usually happens when the AirPods are not charged enough to work together. One of the AirPods may stop working to save battery.
- Disconnect your AirPods Pro from the connected device.
- Place both the AirPods inside their casing. Close the case and press the Reset button located at the back of the casing.
- Hold the button for 10 seconds to let the AirPods reset themselves. Let the AirPods charge for 20 to 30 minutes.
- Open the Bluetooth settings on your device. Tap on the name of the AirPods Pro and choose the Forget option.
- Scan through the Bluetooth list for devices and connect it to the AirPods Pro. Check if the right AirPods Pro is still beeping. If it is, then there may be some internal issue with it. In such a situation, you must contact the customer support of Apple to resolve the issue.