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Sunday, October 24, 2021

How to Customize Your AirPods or AirPods Pro

Once you’ve paired, connected, and started using your AirPods, it’s time to customize them. On your iPhone or iPad, head to Settings > Bluetooth and tap the “i” button next to your AirPods.

Tap on i button next to AirPods

Here, first, tap the “Name” option to rename your AirPods.

Select your AirPods name

Type in the new name and then tap the “Done” button found on the keyboard. Tap the “Back” button to go back to the AirPods menu.

Tap on Back button to save the AirPods name

Next, let’s customize the AirPods’ double-tap gesture. While the default option brings up Siri, you can replace it with Play/Pause, Next Track, Previous Track actions, or disable it altogether.

Tap the “Left” or the “Right” option and then choose a new action from the menu.

Switch to a different action for double tap gesture on AirPods

If you’re using AirPods Pro, you’ll have a different set of options. The AirPods Pro doesn’t have an ear-tap feature. Instead, you squeeze the stem of the AirPod to invoke an action.

Under the “Press And Hold AirPods” section, choose the “Left” or the “Right” option to customize it.

From here, you can choose Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, or you can turn the feature off altogether.

Apple AirPods Pro Press and Hold Customize Action

If you don’t like the fact that AirPods automatically stop playback when you remove them from your ear, you can disable the feature by tapping on the toggle next to “Automatic Ear Detection.”

Tap on toggle next to Automatic Ear Detection to disable it

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