One of the best wireless earbuds out there in the market, is the Apple Airpod. While this is a great device, sometimes, it comes with some issues and one of such is, one being louder than the other. If you have ever encountered this issue or currently having it, then this post is for you. Some might be thinking that their Airpod is broken, but it just needs a little fix. In today’s article, we shall be looking at how to fix one AirPod sounds louder than the other.
Fixing One Airpod is Louder Than the Other
There are few steps to fixing one Airpod is louder than the other and below are some of the best answers and fixes.
Solution 1: Cleaning Your AirPods and Charging Case
Before doing anything, start by checking for dirt, dust, or debris in your AirPods or Charging Case as this might be the cause of blockage. It could be the factor affect your Airpod functionality. All you need to do, is to Gently wipe your AirPods and Charging Case using a piece of cloth. You can also use a toothbrush to get the stubborn stain and debris out.
Solution 2: Checking The Audio Balance On Your iPhone
Another easy fix, is to check the audio balance on your iPhone. When the balance is set more to the left or to the right, one side of your headphones will sound louder than the other. All you need to do is set it to the mid point. To do this, simply head over to Settings, and scroll down to find Accessibility. Next is to click on Audio/Visual and scroll down to find Balance. Simply move this to the middle for equal balance.
- Open Settings.
- Tap Accessibility.
- Tap Audio/Visual.
- To set the audio balance to normal
Solution 3: Unpairing Your Airpods
You can try this method if the two above doesn’t work for you. What you do is unpair and using the Forget This Device option on your iPhone to disconnect your Airpod from your iPhone. When you are done, you can reconnect to see if it solves the problem. To unpair your Airpod, simply follow the steps below;
- Go to Setting and locate the Bluetooth option.
- Locate your Airpods and then tap on the “i” just next to the name of your device
- Choose the “Forget This Device” option.
- Click to confirm your action
- Next is to reconnect and check to see if the issue has been fixed.
Solution 4: Reset Your Airpods
This option is needed when the above option doesn’t help fix the issue. This can also help fix minor software bugs such as connectivity issues or a quickly draining battery. To reset your AirPods, just press and hold the setup button on the back of your Charging Case. Release the button when status light flashes amber a few times, then flashes white. This will help reset the device.
- Press and hold the setup button on the back of your Charging Case.
- Release the setup button when status light flashes amber a few times, then flashes white.
- Your AirPods have been reset.
After doing this, simply reconnect your AirPods to your device and enjoy.
Solution 5: Restart Your iPhone
You can restart your iPhone to fix this issue. Also, restarting can sometimes help fix minor software glitches and errors. To restart your device, go over to Settings >> then General >> locate and tap Shut Down. Now swipe the red power icon from left to right. After doing that, simply plug your iPhone into a power source using a Lightning cable to turn it on again.
Just in case none of the methods above worked for you, just check to see if your warranty is still valid. If it is, then try contacting Apple Support to get a replacement. While replacement is a good thing, try as much as possible to handle your Airpods with care.