Generally, Apple’s AirPods Pro pair swiftly with any iPhone, Mac, or other compatible devices. However, like others, they aren’t without their fair share of faults. The wearable device can experience issues. For example, the audio can become unreliable or choppy. Here’s a troubleshooting guide you can refer to fix AirPods Pro static noise problem quickly.

How to resolve AirPods Pro Static Noise issue quickly

In this digital world with more and more signals shooting around, wireless technology enabled devices can behave unpredictably. Here’s how to fix the AirPods Pro static noise problem!

  1. On your iPhone, go to Settings.
  2. Tap Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the icon, adjacent to AirPods Pro.
  4. Select Forget This Device option.
  5. Put your AirPods in the case and close the lid.
  6. Wait for 15-20 seconds.
  7. Open the lid.
  8. Press and hold the setup button on the case.
  9. Wait for the status light to flash amber a few times, then flash white.
  10. Connect the earphones to your device again.

See the more detailed description below!

On your iPhone, choose Settings.

Then, go to Bluetooth section and tap the icon adjacent to AirPods Pro.

AirPods Pro Forget This Device
AirPods Pro Forget This Device

Choose Forget This Device option.

Thereafter, place the earphones back into its case and close its lid.

Wait for few seconds (15-20) and then open the lid, again.

AirPods Charging Case Setup Button
AirPods Charging Case Setup Button

Press and hold the AirPods charging case setup button of the case (located at the rear end of the case).

Allow the status light to flash amber a few times, then flash white.

Now, connect the earphones to your device again and follow the onscreen instructions. You should no more experience AirPods static noise problem.

Why do my AirPods Keep cutting out?

AirPods keep cutting out mainly while turning off the screen or switching to another app. So, staying on the same screen or returning to the app should fix the problem. If the solution above fails to yield the desired results, you can try the following.

Verify if you have the latest version of software installed on your connected Apple device or other compatible products.

Make sure that your connected device is nearby, and there’s no wireless interference between you and your device.

Try listening to audio from a different app to see if the app is causing the issue. If yes, uninstall and reinstall the app.

Also see, How to choose your desired AirPods Pro ear tips.

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Hope it helps!