How to Pair AirPods with Android Device: Time to Go Wireless

Learn how to pair AirPods with Android device and get high-quality sound for your music and also hands-free communication.

One can easily assume, getting away with headphone jack from the latest Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus smartphones must not be an easy decision to make for the digital giant. With the launch of both the new Apple phones, Apple also announced that AirPods are the only way to listen and communicate hands-free as well. For many, this was a development which will lead us to the future.

Although Android phones were already having Bluetooth technology but the question still remained, whether one can pair these fantastic AirPods with Android or not? Well, the answer is YES! You can definitely pair AirPods with your Android phone and that too with not much hitch either.

How to Pair AirPods with Android Device

Not only this you can also pair all the iDevices with Android and also the alternatives to AirPods as well and not to forget your PC, Apple TV, and Mac either. You just need to do some adjustments and you will then be able to listen to high-quality music via AirPods on your Android device itself.

How to Pair Apple AirPods with Android Device

Step #1. Go to ‘Settings’ on your Android phone and turn the Bluetooth ON.

Step #2. If your Bluetooth is not invisible mode then make sure you make it visible.

Step #3. Now open the lid of your AirPod’s charging case. This will turn on the wireless earphones automatically.

Step #4. Check on the back of your AirPods, where you will see a small button, press that button and hold for a while to initiate the pairing mode.

Step #5. When the indicator light between the earbuds starts to blink in white color, you will know that they are ready to be paired, so check your Android phone where you will see AirBuds. Click on it to pair them with your device.

Conclusion

This is it! Now you can listen music or talk with anyone with the hands-free comfort with AirPods on your Android device itself. Yes, it is a given that because these AirPods are made for Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, certain features will not work on your Android phone, but still, they won’t compromise with sound quality at least.

So, why don’t you buy AirPods this Christmas even if you have Android device? Just pair them by following the instructions given above and let us know how they are working here in the comments section or on FacebookTwitter, and Google Plus.