One of the best things about having AirPods is that you can use them almost completely hands-free. I can just tap on the physical earbud to skip to the next song or pull an AirPod out to pause it once I’ve plugged in my ‘Pods and started listening to music.

What if, instead of jumping forward, you find yourself going back to a prior song? Alternatively, rather than totally removing one earbud, you’d like to press to pause. Fortunately, you can personalise the motions on AirPods, and we’ve got a step-by-step guide to show you how.

1. Pair your AirPods with your phone and then go to Settings.

You must first ensure that your AirPods are connected and operational before you can do anything with them.

2. In the devices list, tap Bluetooth, then the small I button next to your AirPods.

This will take you to the settings for your AirPods.

3. Select “Left” or “Right” on the next screen.

This allows you to customise what happens when you double tap each AirPod.

4. Select the gesture you want for each AirPod.

You can choose to use Siri, Play/Pause, Next Track, Previous Track, or entirely disable gestures. The possibilities are the same for both sides.

5. Return to the AirPods settings and choose whether or not to enable Automatic Ear Detection.

There’s also a choice for Automatic Ear Detection under the Left and Right options, which detects when your AirPods are taken out or placed back in and may pause and play your sound. Toggle this option off if you’d rather control it manually or use double tapping.

That’s all there is to it! After you’ve customised your controls to your preference, simply quit the settings and resume using your AirPods with the motions you want.

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