Unable to share audio with two AirPods on iOS 13? It feels bad when Apple launched the prominent feature and ultimately we end up with a pop-up error. The way of sharing your music with friend/siblings/colleague has been upgraded known by AirPods Audio Sharing. In past days, we used to share one earphone with siblings and friends by handing them the earphone or AirPods. But now, no need to compromise music experience, Apple allows you to share audio over two AirPods.
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If you do have PowerBeats Pro or second set of AirPods, then only you could share audio with another person at once. Moreover, it is necessary to update the iPhone to the latest iOS 13.
Following are the requirements you should be looking at before using AirPods Audio Sharing feature.
- iPhone with iOS 13 or later version.
- Two sets of AirPods 1 or AirPods 2 or either or PowerBeats Pro.
After all, audio sharing is the new skill of your iPhone, it might take some time to start. Therefore, make sure you are following correct steps to share audio with two AirPods. Or else, it will show cant share audio with two AirPods or unable to pair with AirPods iOS 13.
Way 1: Manually Connect Bluetooth Airpods With iPhone
Step #1: Connect the first set of AirPods with iPhone as usual.
Step #2: On your iPhone, go to “Settings” app > “Bluetooth”.
Step #3: Now, bring your second set of AirPods and hold the pairing button. The pairing button is located on the backside of the case.
Step #4: Check the available Bluetooth devices on your iPhone.
Step #5: The second pair of AirPods will appear under the Other Devices section of Bluetooth Settings.
Step #6: Tap on it. After successful pairing, the pop-up will show Connected on the Bluetooth settings.
Step #7: Get back to the home screen and open the “Music” app.
Step #8: Under the Playlist, tap on your AirPods name.
Step #9: The music card will pop-up, select the second AirPods share audio.
Way 2: Automatically Connect New Airpods to iPhone
Apple allows to share audio with iOS 13 and that was effortless. Bring both the devices together, the iPhone will show a card which will be asking you to share audio with another device. This feature is likely to release with the stable iOS 13 or iOS 13.1. You could try now if it works for you, that’s great!
So iOS users can share Entertainment with His Friends while Travel, Home or office to watch Movies, Sports, Games, TV shows and music.
Despite being following the correct method if you can’t share audio with two AirPods on iOS 13, then the possible cause could be a software glitch or you have made mistake while setting up AirPods. Check out the potential workarounds to fix the AirPod not connecting issue on iOS 13.
Solution 1: Check the Battery Level of AirPods
AirPods do need a battery to play songs and perform activities just like any other device. So if you are not able to connect the AirPods with iPhone, then make sure the AirPods have enough battery. Alternatively, put the AirPods to charge for an hour and try to pair the AirPods with iPhone.
Solution 2: Reset & Restart iPhone And Stuck internal Software issues
Reset All Settings also works for the iPhone guys who are facing issues like this. Go to the Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings.
Another probable cause could be iOS 13, why iOS 13 cant share audio with two AirPods? We don’t know actually, but hopefully, it will get fixed by restarting the iPhone. Depending upon the iPhone model, perform force restart.
For iPhone 8 or later,
Step #1: Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
Step #2: Press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
Step #3: Press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears on the screen. Now to turn on your iPhone, Only Press and hold Side/Power button until Apple logo on the screen. and Wair more to get lock screen.
For iPhone 7/7Plus,
Step #1: Press and hold the Volume Down button and Power button and release when you see the Apple logo on the screen.
For iPhone 6S or later,
Step #1: Press and hold the sleep/wake button and Home button until the Apple logo comes around the screen.
Solution 3: Reset AirPods: Airpods is Already Paired with Other Device
Resetting AirPods will disconnect the AirPods from iPhone. Thereafter we will establish the connection of AirPods with iPhone freshly. Here’s how to do it,
Step #1: Put the AirPods back into the case.
Step #2: Open the lid.
Step #3: Press and hold the button for three to five seconds until the amber light blinks three times. The button is located on the backside of AirPods case.
Step #4: After that close the lid.
Step #5: Open the lid and there you go, tap “Connect” card on iPhone screen.
NOTE: Prefer the Video Tutorial to Reset AirPods to avoid any misunderstanding.