Introduction: AirPods is a wireless headset launched by Apple. Although it is a product launched by Apple, it is compatible with Android phones, but after all, it is not tailor-made for Android phones. Naturally, there will be some inappropriate places. Let's take a look at it.
AirPods is a wireless headset from Apple. Although it is a product launched by Apple, it is compatible with Android phones, but after all, it is not tailor-made for Android phones. Naturally, there will be some inappropriate ones. Place, let's take a look below.
First, Android phones will lose some features when using AirPods. The loss of Siri function is unquestionable, because the Android platform is not equipped with Siri at all, and users can not use the functions of custom double-click, automatic switching, simple and quick setting, checking the battery, taking off the headset to automatically pause playback, and single AirPod playback. Although a lot of features are lost, AirPods still has great advantages for Android phones, such as its Bluetooth support range is usually much larger than other wireless headphones.
For this, Android phones still have some salvation methods. For example, a software called AirBattery is installed. After pairing, AirBattery will pop up a power window. Users can check the remaining power of AirPods through it. In addition, this software can resume the function of automatically suspending the playback of the headphones. It is very practical.
However, due to the poor performance of Android's popular AAC, the audio quality of AirPods running on Android phones may not be as high as that of Apple, but it can still meet the needs of users.