How To Fix Right AirPod Not Charging? – 5 Fixes!

Is your right AirPod not charging in the case? Don’t worry, it’s a common problem that many AirPods users face. Yesterday, when I took out my AirPods from the case, I noticed that the right AirPod was only 2% charged while the other was 100%.

Right AirPods Low Battery

I searched the internet, I realized that thousands of other AirPods users reported the same problem. So, why is my right AirPod not charging?

Your right AirPod is not charging because you haven’t inserted your AirPods properly or your charging case is dirty. Also, if your charging case has a low battery, then AirPods will not charge. First, clean the metal contacts and charging case with a microfiber cloth dipped in isopropyl alcohol. Then insert both AirPods into the case and connect the charger. If nothing helps, you may need to reset your AirPods to fix the software issue.

How To Fix The Right AirPod That Won’t Charge?

There could be many other reasons too. This article will look at the various reasons and their solution.

1. Insert Your AirPods Properly

Placing AirPod in Case

The most common reason for not charging AirPods is that they’re not properly inserted in the charging case. Due to this, one AirPod isn’t making contact with the charging pin.

To fix this, remove both AirPods from the charging case, insert them again, and close the lid.

2. Clean Your AirPods And Case

AirPods Case Cleaning

If you look at your AirPods, you’ll see metal contacts on the tip of each AirPods. This goes into the case and attaches to the charging pin of the case.

If any dust or debris is stuck into the case, your AirPods will not connect to the battery and won’t charge.

So, first, remove both AirPods from the case and clean the metal contacts with microfiber cloth and isopropyl alcohol. Also, thoroughly clean the AirPods case with isopropyl alcohol.

After cleaning your AirPods and case, let them dry for a few minutes to evaporate the alcohol, and then insert them back into the case.

3. Full Charge Your AirPods Case

AirPods Fully Charged

If your AirPods case isn’t sufficiently charged, your AirPods will also face charging problems. Your case battery level should be at least 60%.

Place both AirPods into the case and place it on a wireless charger or insert your iPhone’s lightning cable.

Also Read: How To Fix AirPods Case Not Charging?

4. Reset Your AirPods

A software glitch could also stop your AirPods from charging. You can reset your AirPods to their factory setting. I have mentioned the step-by-step process to reset your AirPods below. Please follow the steps and check whether the charging problem has been resolved.

5. Contact Apple Support

If you have tried all the above fixes, but your right AirPod still refuses to charge, it means your AirPods is defective and needs a replacement. You should contact Apple support to get a replacement.

How To Reset AirPods and AirPods Pro?

If one or both AirPods are not charging or audio doesn’t come from left or right Airpods, reset them.

Follow these steps to reset your AirPods Gen 2, AirPods 3, and AirPods Pro-

  1. Fully charge your AirPods Case.
  2. Now, put both your AirPods in the case.
  3. Close the lid properly.
  4. Wait 30 seconds, then open the lid near your iPhone or iPad.
  5. Go to Settings> Bluetooth and tap the More Info (i) button next to AirPods.
  6. Tap on “Forget This Device” and tap again to confirm the action.
  7. Head over to your AirPods and open the lid.
  8. Now press and hold the Setup button on the back of your AirPods case.
  9. Press the setup button until the light flashes Amber, then White.
  10. Now follow the on-screen instructions on your iPhone and iPad to reconnect your AirPods.

Final Verdict

Generally, cleaning your AirPods metal contacts and charging case fixes the charging issue. If that doesn’t fix it, I recommend resetting your AirPods to factory settings. If nothing works, visit your nearest Apple Care and get it replaced.

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