If your Apple Watch keeps disconnecting your AirPods from other devices, this post will show you why and what you can do about it.
It is likely that your AirPods are connecting to your Apple Watch when it thinks you want to use your Apple Watch. To fix this, try forgetting then reconnecting your AirPods to your Apple Watch and iPhone.
AirPods are designed to seamlessly switch between Apple devices. Sometimes, this process can get confused and result in the AirPods connecting to your Apple Watch when they are not supposed to.
Why does my apple watch keep disconnecting my AirPods?
It is likely that your AirPods are connecting to your Apple Watch and disconnecting from your other devices because your Apple Watch things you want to listen to it.
To stop this from happening, it would help to forget your AirPods on all of your Apple devices then to reconnect them again. Usually, this is enough to fix the issue for most people.
If that does not solve it, you could try disconnecting from your AirPods on your Apple Watch directly in the Apple Watch’s Bluetooth settings.
How to get my Apple watch to stop disconnecting my AirPods?
For most people, forgetting the AirPods on all Apple devices then reconnecting them is enough to solve the issue.
It would also help to reset your AirPods by putting them in the case and holding the button until the light flashes three times when you are doing it.
It would also help to check that you do not have any sounds playing on your Apple watch since it might be what is causing your AirPods to connect to it.
Does Apple Watch interfere with AirPods?
Apple Watch is not meant to interfere with the AirPods. What is meant to happen is that, when the device things you want to connect your AirPods to it, a screen will pop-up asking you if you want to connect.
It should not be the case that your AirPods automatically switch devices when you do not want them to.
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Why won’t my AirPods stay connected to my Apple watch?
If your AirPods are disconnecting specifically from your Apple Watch, it would be likely that you need to forget then reconnect your AirPods with your Apple Watch.
It would also help to reset your AirPods by putting them in the case and holding the button until the light flashes three times.
The cause might also be that other devices are interfering with your connection. It would also help to forget then reconnect your AirPods to those devices as well.
You could also try leaving your AirPods disconnected from those devices.
If you find that your AirPods start working correctly with your Apple Watch, it would mean that there is an issue with your AirPods thinking that you are trying to use them with other devices instead of the Apple Watch.