How do I reset my Apple AirPlay?

Answered by Cody Janus

To reset your Apple AirPlay, you will need to go to the settings on your Apple device. Here are the steps to follow:

1. Start by opening the “Settings” app on your device. This can usually be found on the home screen, represented by a gear icon.

2. Scroll down and tap on “General.” This option is usually towards the top of the app’s settings menu.

3. Within the “General” settings, scroll down again and look for the “Reset” option. Tap on it to proceed.

4. You will now see several reset options. To reset your AirPlay, choose the option that says “Reset All Settings.” This will reset all of your device’s settings to their default state, including your AirPlay configurations.

5. A confirmation message will appear, warning you that this action will erase all your personalized settings and return them to factory defaults. If you are sure you want to proceed, tap on “Reset All Settings” again to confirm.

6. Your device will now begin the reset process. It may take a few minutes for the reset to complete, so be patient.

Once the reset is finished, your Apple AirPlay settings will be reset to their original state. You will need to set up your AirPlay connections again, as well as any other personalized settings you had before. Keep in mind that resetting your settings will not delete any of your data or media files.

It is worth noting that there is another option called “Restore” in the reset menu. This option restores your Apple device to its factory settings and also installs any available software updates. While this option can be used to reset your AirPlay, it will also erase all of your data and media files, so be cautious if you choose this option.

In summary, to reset your Apple AirPlay, go to Settings > General > Reset and choose “Reset All Settings.” This will reset your AirPlay configurations without deleting your data.