I get it, you just finished using your AirPods and you decide you want to charge the battery case so that you can charge your AirPods.
Unfortunately, when you went to charge your case, it didn’t charge.
This means that when your case runs out of battery, your AirPods aren’t going to charge as well.
In this article, I’m going to show you how to fix your AirPods case so that it can start to charge again.
I’m going to start off with the most reliable solutions first so that you don’t have to keep scrolling down and trying useless solutions.
Why is my AirPods Case not Charging?
The reason your AirPods case isn’t charging is mainly because of a software issue.
There could be a bug that’s causing a failure in the operating system which is preventing the case from being charged.
Down below are a few ways to fix this problem.
Reset your AirPods Case
The first thing you need to do is to reset your AirPods.
This is a very good troubleshooting step to take when trying to fix your AirPods case because there aren’t that many troubleshooting steps you can complete with it.
Resetting your AirPods case is going to clear the operating system which could fix the charging process.
To reset the AirPods case:
- Press and hold the setup button on the back of your case
- Let go of the button when the status light flashes amber, then flashes white
- The battery case should charge now
If this step didn’t work, go to the next step.
Clean the Cases Charging Port
The next thing that you can do in this situation is to clean your AirPods charging port.
Charging ports are notorious for getting lint and dirt stuck in them, especially if you always keep the case in your Jeans – jeans always have lint at the bottom of the pockets.
Before I show you how to clean the case, make sure you don’t use anything wet or metal because this can cause a short circuit, and this can break your AirPods case for good.
To clean the charging port:
- Get a static brush or toothpick
- Scrape the dirt out
- Connect your lightning cable to the case and it should charge
If this step didn’t work, you can try the next step.
Use a Different Cable
The next step that I implore you to take is to change the cable you’re using to charge the case.
If you’re using a cable that isn’t MFI certified, this may be causing the problem.
Fake cables don’t have good connectivity capabilities compared to MFI certified cables.
Once you’ve switch lightning cables, you should check if you’re able to charge your lightning case with it.
If this step didn’t work, go to the last step.
Don’t use an Extension
If you’re using an extension to try and charge your lightning cable, try switching to a wall socket.
If there’s an issue with the extension, it can stop your case from charging properly.
Once you’ve plugged it into a wall socket, the case should start charging.
Those are all the steps you need to take in order for your AirPods case to charge.
If none of these steps worked, comment down below.
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