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AirPods are blessed to have excellent sound. Even though I already have a couple of fabulous earphones, I had been impatiently waiting for them. Powered by W1 Chip, the headphones are paired with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac with optimum ease.

You can even connect your AirPods with your Apple TV manually. More importantly, the earphones can be paired with Android, Windows, and other Bluetooth devices as well. Here is how you can get started with the hottest earphones!

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How to Pair AirPods with Android and Windows Devices

How to pair your AirPods with Android, Windows, or other devices

Step #1. Starting off, you need to open AirPods charging case.

Step #2. Now, you have to press and hold the pairing button located on the back of the case.

Step #3. Launch Bluetooth settings on your device.

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Step #4. Now, you have to choose AirPods from the list.

Step #5. Finally, confirm the pairing process.

That's it!

Now, it's time to make the best use of the wireless earphones.

With the use of optical sensors and a motion accelerometer, AirPods is able to detect when they’re in your ears. Using advanced noise reduction technology, the headphones provide clear audio. They deliver 5 hours of listening time on one charge.

The charging case offers multiple additional charges for more than 24 hours of listening time. Just 15 minutes of charge provides 3 hours of listening time. It's a very significant feature that will offer you more freedom to enjoy listening to your favorite music without being worried much about the battery.

We have made exclusive lists of the best Bluetooth headphones and finest AirPods alternatives which have been designed to deliver amazing sound. You can give them a look if you wish to try something different.

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