How do I fix my muffled AirPods pro mic?

Answered by Robert Flynn

To fix the muffled mic on your AirPods Pro, you can try cleaning the speaker meshes. Start by applying some rubbing alcohol to the end of a cotton swab. This will help to loosen any earwax or debris buildup that may be causing the muffled sound.

If you have silicone ear tips on your AirPods Pro, remove them and rinse them with water. This will ensure that they are clean and free from any dirt or grime. After rinsing, make sure to dry them thoroughly before reattaching them to your AirPods Pro.

Next, delicately use the cotton swab to clean the speaker meshes. Gently insert the cotton swab into the speaker grille and rotate it to remove any buildup. Be careful not to apply too much pressure, as this could damage the delicate components inside the AirPods Pro.

The rubbing alcohol will help to dissolve any earwax or debris, making it easier to clean. Make sure to use a fresh cotton swab for each speaker mesh to avoid spreading any dirt or wax around.

After cleaning, give your AirPods Pro a test to see if the muffled sound issue has been resolved. If not, you may need to repeat the cleaning process or consider contacting Apple support for further assistance.

Cleaning the speaker meshes with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab can help to fix the muffled mic issue on your AirPods Pro. Remember to be gentle and cautious while cleaning to avoid causing any damage.