How to easily connect AirPods Max to non-Apple devices

By Maaz Perwez
How to easily connect AirPods Max to non-Apple devices

Apple recently unveiled the most ridiculously expensive over-the-ear headphones. Apple has always trying to be a luxury brand and to stand out from the crowd. A while ago we saw apple unveiled Apple Airpods Max costing $549. That’s just insane. A headphone priced equivalent to the top of the line OnePlus 8 Pro 256 GB variant.

The AirPods Max looks luxurious and has good sound quality, however, it doesn’t have any Apple logo anywhere in the headphone, as Apple decides to go with minimal design.

So if you are planning to purchase these highly expensive luxury headphones, but don’t want to use an iPhone. Here are the solution and a guide on how to connect your Apple Airpods Max to Android or non-apple devices.

How To Connect AirPods Max to Non-Apple devices

  1. Put your AirPods Max into pairing mode by pressing and holding down the noise control button (on the right ear cup) until their status light begins flashing white.
  2. Head into the Bluetooth settings on your non-Apple device. Ensure that Bluetooth is enabled and wait for AirPods Max to appear in the list of available devices.
  3. Select AirPods Max to pair the two devices.

The above steps are very simple and you can easily connect to any of the devices which has a 3.5mm headphone jack or Type-C ports or Bluetooth the Airpods Max do support wired connectivity as well.

If for any reason your two devices become disconnected later, simply repeat the above steps to reconnect them. The above process can be used to connect AirPods and AirPods Pro Max with non-apple devices or any third-party device.

Some of the features which you will miss out while connecting to non-apple devices includes transparency mode and active noise cancellation. However, aside from these things, they’ll function just like any other wireless headphones.


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