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How to use AirPods Pro transparency mode on Android

If you want to use AirPods Pro with an Android device, this post will show you how you can use the transparency mode and the noise-canceling mode.

To activate transparency mode on Android, you just need to squeeze on the stem of one of the AirPods until you hear a ding sound.

While you can use transparency mode and noise-canceling mode on Android, there are a number of features that you can’t make use of that you can with an Apple device.

It won’t be possible to check the battery percentage, to track the AirPods using the “Find My” app and you won’t be able to make use of automatic switching between devices.

How to use AirPods Pro transparency mode on Android

To use noise-canceling mode on AirPods Pro when using Android, you just need to squeeze on the stem of one of the AirPods for a few seconds until you hear a ding sound.

When you hear that sound, you should find that the sounds around you become a lot more noticeable.

When using Apple devices, it is possible to activate the noise canceling and transparent modes through the device.

However, this is not something you can do with Android. When using Android, the only way to activate noise-canceling and transparent modes is by squeezing on one of the stems of the AirPods.

Read more: do AirPods make a sound when they are dying?

Why isn’t AirPods Pro transparency mode working on Android

Possible reasons why transparency mode is not working for you on Android are that the battery is low, or you are not squeezing on the stem correctly.

Alternatively, it might be the case that the transparency mode is actually working but you are not noticing it because the ear tips are too small meaning that the noise-canceling mode does not sound any different to the transparent mode.

Read more: Can I see if someone else is using my AirPods?

Can you use noise Cancelling on AirPods Pro on Android?

You can use the noise-canceling mode on AirPods Pro when using Android. To activate it, you just need to squeeze on the stem of one of the AirPods until you hear a deeper ding sound.

When this happens, you should find that the sounds around you become much harder to hear.

When you activate the transparency mode the ding sound is a higher pitch and the noise-canceling mode makes a deeper pitched sound when activated.