Many users reported that they cannot pair AirTags with their iPad or iPhone. This is not a problem. This is how to fix AirTags not pairing issue.
What are Apple AirTags?
AirTags, a small, cylindrical tracker that is small and compact can be used to locate lost or stolen items using the Find My App. AirTags are ultra-wideband technology that uses Apple’s existing network to ping each other to locate your missing item.
How do I set up Apple AirTags
It is easy to set up. To activate the AirTag, take the device out from the box. It should be held near your compatible mobile device. The tracker will then detect it and prompt you for setting it up. After naming your AirTag, you can choose the device that it will be responsible for tracking. Once the AirTag has been registered, it will be linked to your Apple ID. That’s all. Continue reading if your AirTags are not appearing.
How to fix AirTags pairing problem
This is how to fix an Apple AirTags problem that doesn’t connect.
Turn Bluetooth off and back on
AirTags are not connecting? Turn Bluetooth off (Settings > Bluetooth).
Keep checking for new updates
Check that your iPhone/iPad is running the most recent version of iOS or iPadOS. To check for updates, go to Settings > General > Software update.
Restart your iPhone
Restart your iPhone/iPad and then pair the Airtag once more. Here’s how it works:
iPhone X, iPad 11 or later and iPads without a Home button: Hold the volume up (or down), and the side buttons together until the power off slider appears. Drag the slider left to right. Allow your device to turn off for a few seconds. Hold the side button down until you see Apple’s logo. Slide the slide around and wait for your device to turn off completely. Next, press and hold down the power button until the Apple logo appears.
Change the battery
Recharge the AirTag battery, then pair it again. Your iPhone will notify you when your battery is low. This could indicate a connection problem. AirTags use a basic CR2032 lithium battery. Here’s how to change the battery.
If you don’t, ensure that your silver side faces you.
Continue pressing down on the stainless-steel and rotating counterclockwise, while pressing down.
When the silver top is loose, remove it.
Take out the old battery and replace it.
Reinstall the stainless steel bottom.
Continue rotating the cover clockwise by pressing down until it stops.
Make sure you have strong Wi-Fi and cellular connections
Try restarting your Wi Fi router/modem if your Wi Fi signal is slow. Unplugging your device (wait 30 seconds), then plugging it back in is the best way to do this.
Reset Network Settings
Resetting network settings can resolve the airTags not pairing problem. Resetting network settings will delete your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings, VPN settings, and any other network settings. Here’s how to do it:
Go to Settings > General >Reset > Reset Network Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
When asked, please enter your passcode.
The device will then restart.
Reset Your AirTags
Step 1: Press the AirTag’s back stainless steel battery cover down, and then rotate it.
Step 2: Disconnect the battery, then replace it.
Step 3: Hold down the button until you hear a sound.
Step 4: Repeat the procedure four times until the sound stops. The battery must be removed and replaced. Press down until the sound is heard. To reset your AirTag, you will hear five different sounds.
Step 5: Now put the stainless-steel cover back on. Align the tabs and press the button until you hear a click.
Step 6: Turn the cover clockwise to ensure a perfect fit
Contact Apple Support
You have tried everything, but AirTags still won’t pair. For further assistance, contact Apple Support.
AirTags are not pairing Problem fixed
Your AirTags are now paired. This article can be shared on social media for your family to show them what to do if their AirTags don’t pair with their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. What was your favorite trick? Leave a comment to let us know.