if you have an android phone, will the AirPods auto-connect to the last non-apple device they were paired with?
With the AirPods being shown to "magically" auto pair with all apple devices under a single iCloud account, very little is explained regarding how the experience will be for android users.
in my question, i used the term "auto pairing" in the way it was used before the airpods were announced.
in my experience, I have owned bluetooth speakers that have NFC touch pairing, or a quick-pair setup that allows the speaker to auto-pair only with the most recently paired bluetooth device.
will the AirPods be able to auto-pair to the last non-apple device that they were paired with? or will you have to manually pair the AirPods to non-apple devices every time they are used?
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