Wondering how to reset a HomePod?
Or having some problems with your HomePod which require it to be reset?
In this quick and simple no-BS guide, I will help you reset an Apple HomePod in less than a minute of your time.
Let’s dive right in.
If you have two HomePod speakers set up as a stereo pair, then you’ll need to ungroup the stereo pair before you can reset your Apple HomePod.
How to Reset HomePod: 5 Steps
Step 1: Go ahead unplug your HomePod, wait for 5 seconds, and then plug it back in.
Step 2: Next, wait for another 5 seconds, and then touch your finger to the top of your HomePod and then hold it there.
Step 3: You should see that the white spinning light will eventually turn red.
Step 4: Siri will say that your HomePod is about to reset. Just keep holding your finger down until you hear three beeps.
Step 5: Finally, as soon as you hear the beeps you can lift your finger. That’s it!
You can also reset HomePod from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
Step 1: Simply, open up the Home app on your device.
Step 2: Press and hold down on your HomePod (in the app). Then tap the Settings.
Step 3: Finally just scroll all the way to the bottom and the tap Remove Accessory.
You can also reset HomePod from your Mac.
Step 1: Simply, just open up the Home app on your Mac (make sure your Mac is updated to macOS Mojave for that).
Step 2: Next, double-click on your HomePod (in the app). Then click Settings in the upper-right hand corner.
Step 3: Finally, scroll all the way to the bottom and then click Remove Accessory.
Share this guide with anyone who doesn’t know how to reset a freaking HomePod. 🙂