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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issuea similar issue, except for it being Apple Airpods, not Apple earpods (similar sounding, very different) - both mics werentweren't working - and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it fristfirst before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issuea similar issue, except for it being Apple Airpods, not Apple earpods (similar sounding, very different) - both mics werentweren't working - and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it fristfirst before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
 
All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.
 
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods (Earpods might be a different story) - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - they do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty.
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods (Earpods might be a different story) - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - they do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty.

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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue - both mics werent working - and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue - both mics werent working - and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
 
All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.
 
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - they do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - they do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.

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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
 
All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.
 
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - thethey do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - thethey do not go back together and are not designed to be opened up - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.

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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
 
All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.
 
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - the do not go back together - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or putting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead if a toothpick was attempted to jam into those tiny mesh holes - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - the do not go back together - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.

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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.
 
All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.
 
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or pollingputting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - the do not go back together - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.
I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or pollingputting anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - the do not go back together - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.

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Hi. This is old - but I am answering as I had the same issue and solved it fairly easily - and so I would hope someone sees this and tries it frist before resorting to opening up their Airpods and breaking them.

All I had to do, before going to an Apple Store to get them replaced free of charge (if warranty covers), was to reset them by holding the button on the back of the case with pods in the case for about 40 seconds or so. You have to re-pair them with your phone / whatever. Mine started working perfect again after that.

I wouldn't advise mucking about with toothpicks or polling anything at all into your AirPods - the metal mesh is tiny so that lint doesn't get in there. Wood fibres would get stuck inside instead - and opening up an apple AirPod will destroy them - the do not go back together - and of course you would void warranty. I had the same issue - both mics stopped working.

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