How to Find a Missing or Stolen Airpods?
How to Track Your Missing or Stolen Airpods, Most times we often misplace some of our belongings, sometimes it much worst if you misplace something much valuable like your iPhone, AirPods, and iPad, sometimes we often assume that if we misplace any of our belonging that they must have been stolen.
In this article, you will learn how to find your missing or stolen Airpod if they are close by. Do not panic you will get your Airpod if they are close proximity to you and we’ll be highlighting Questions that are Frequently Asked. Before we get started you should make sure that your AirPods have been connected to your iPhone or other devices.
How to Check if Your Airpod Is Stolen
To check if your Airpod was stolen you can do this via Find My iPhone or iCloud
First of all, you should ensure that the Find My iPhone app is installed on your IOS device and you need to connect your AirPods to the app, this app is developed especially for situations like these, here is how the app works, this app helps you to locate your missing apple device, it shows the time, date and location where your device was connected last.
How to Find Your AirPods Using Find My iPhone
- Tap on your device screen and navigate to the Find My iPhone app.
- Sign in with your Apple ID to see your entire apple device.
- Locate your Airpod among all devices showed and tap on your Airpod.
A map pops up showing your Airpod location, if you see a green dot on the map it means your Airpods are on but if it is a gray dot on the map this means your Airpods are Offline or probably the battery is Low. The benefit of when your Airpods are Offline is that you can still see the last time and place your Airpods were seen last.
Note: If your AirPods are separated from each other, you will only be able to see one location at a time, and then you can find the first Airpod seen on the map by sounding the alarm to help you locate it and get direction to where it is. Mute the earpiece you just found and put it in the case back, then refresh the map to see the other Airpod location and do the same process for the other earpiece.
How to Find Your Airpods via iCloud
- Visit iCloud website (iCloud.com)
- Sign in with your Apple ID
- Click on the app Find iPhone
- Click on all devices and select your Airpod.
You should see the same map showing your Airpods Proximity location, use the map to get directions to AirPods.
Potential Questions That are Frequently Asked – How to Track Your Missing or Stolen Airpods
Why is They no Find My App on My Device?
The Find My App comes already installed on every device, if you still haven’t seen it then you should use the search bar to search for it.
If you still can’t see the find my app on your device it probably means you are using a manage Apple ID arranged through an institution, you might not have access to the Find My app software.
How to Set up Find My App on iPhone, iPad, and Other Apple Devices
- Switch on your device and Go to settings
- Tap on your name display on your device
- Then also Tap on Find My.
- Tap on Find My device and turn on find my device
Once you’ve turned on Find My device, you can be able to see your device location including your friends and family locations.
Also, you can enable Offline Finding to be able to locate your device even if your device is switched off. Note always make sure your device location is turned on in other to be able to locate with the Offline Finding.
What If My AirPods are Offline?
If your AirPods are offline, it means that they are probably not charged or they are longer connected to your device. if you haven’t turned on the Find my device app before your AirPods went missing, you cannot use it to locate your device any longer because, if you try using it you see no location found for your Airpod.
The only way left now is to contact the Apple support team and get help from them, perhaps they might consider replacing it.
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