How to Pause Your AirPods Pro

We'll show you how to pause and play with your AirPods Pro.
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Pause

To pause any audio or music coming from your AirPods Pro, press once on the force sensor.

Play

To play paused audio on your AirPods Pro, press once again on the force sensor.

Just in case, you don't know where the force sensor is located on the AirPods Pro, see the steps below.

Pro tip: you perform the exact same action (pressing the force sensor once) when answering the phone on the AirPods Pro.

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Force Sensor Location AirPods Pro

Press once on the force sensor to pause audio or music with the AirPods Pro. The force sensor on the AirPods Pro is located on the side of the earbuds and looks like an indented button. (See image above.)

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