How to Connect Airpods to Android Without Case – Full Guide

Wish to use Apple AirPods with your Android Phone but don’t want to go hunting for your earphone case because you don’t know where exactly you put it?

Well, this post will guide you on How to Connect Airpods to Android without Case.

How to Connect Airpods to Android without Case

Apple AirPods whether you buy 2nd Gen or 3rd Gen AirPods are specifically designed for Apple products.

Hey, But that doesn’t mean you can connect with the devices that work on other Operating systems.

In fact, you can connect Air pods with any device which supports Bluetooth.

And Android Smartphones are no exception to that.

The only thing that you will miss is Siri, but considering Android has its own Assitant I think it would not be that big of a deal.

You can connect AirPods of any generation to your Android mobile phone.

To Connect your AirPods to an Android phone all you need to do is-

  1. Put AirPods in Case and Open the lid but keep your earbuds in there.
  2. Press and Hold the setup button on the back of the AirPods case.
  3. Now Go to your Phone’s Bluetooth settings, look for the AirPods there, and connect.

But what about when you want to connect it without using your Case or when you don’t have access to your AirPods case?

It can be done, a little bit differently but you can absolutely connect your Apple AirPods to Android without Case.

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How can I Connect Airpods to an Android phone without a Case?

Here is the process that you have to follow to Pair or Connect Airpods to an Android phone –

  1. First tap on the Bluetooth setting on your Android phone.
  2. Turn on the Bluetooth.
  3. Wait till it searches for all available nearby Bluetooth devices.
  4. Tap on Earpos there.
  5. That’s it you connected your Apple Earpods to an Android phone.

Just a Reminder

For the devices that are already paired, you no longer need Case to connect every time.

Whenever your earphones are in the range and not connected to any other device they can connect automatically to your Android phone.

So in order for the above-explained guide to work, it must have already paired with your Android phone previously at some point.

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