We all know that sometimes, these intelligent devices don’t work the way it Supposed to work. There may be various reasons for it, sometimes all of this can be fixed by some simple troubleshooting steps. But Sometimes it is a very hefty task to just go there and change HomePod volume by yourself, so you can use your iPhone or iPad device. Manually, yeah you can do it with the voice assistant Siri, but especially for the lazy users like us, we all want to do it with the device which is always closer to us.
If you don’t want to use Siri for the help in the control of the Home Pod and want to use an iPad or an iPhone. But many people face difficulty as they cannot change HomePod volume using their iPhone or iPad, you can try all these methods mentioned below. Don’t worry, this article will tell you, how to volume up or down the home pod using your hand-held apple magic device, like an iPhone or an iPad.
- Fix: Cannot Change HomePod Volume Using iPhone or iPad
Fix: Cannot Change HomePod Volume Using iPhone or iPad
The Home Pod is Apple’s answer to the widely used Amazon Echo. Apple is very insistent that the 349 $ HomePod has been in development for more than 6 years and is entirely focused on Sound Quality.
Method 1: Make Sure that the Home Pod is turned ON
Check if the device is turned on, check for the power source, and if you hear music, then the device is turned on. You can check with it by calling out Siri “Hey Siri”. If Siri responds, then your device is turned on.
Method 2: Check for the Alert in the Home App
If Home Pod cannot connect with your Wi-Fi network or your apple ID or has some other Issues, you will see details about the issues in the HOME app.
Method 3: Restart Home Pod
Sometimes, A simple restart works fine for most of today’s devices. Here are the steps to restart your HomePod.
- Open, the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Touch and hold HomePod till a pop-up menu appear.
- Tap on restart HomePod.
Method 4: Remove Home Pod from the Home app
Try to remove the home pod from the Home app and add it again by opening the Home app.
- Open the Home app on your iPad or iPhone
- Press and hold Home Pod and scroll to the bottom and Select Remove Accessory.
- Select Remove.
Method 5: Reset HomePod
If nothing works for you can try resetting your HomePod to the default factory settings. Here is how to do it
- Unplug the HomePod power adapter and plug it in again in 10 seconds.
- Touch to the top of HomePod and hold it there.
- The spinning light will turn red from white. keep your finger down
- Siri will announce that your HomPod is about to reset
- After 3 beeps, your HomePod will be reset to factory settings.
Method 6: Check Control Centre
All iPhone comes with a control centre where you can easily check what devices are connected and how high volume they are operating on. You can swipe up from the bottom of your screen and check the volume indicated there. If it is too low, then drag the slider and increase it.
Sometimes it happens that we accidentally lower the sound from the control centre, and face issues while using Homepod.
Method 7: Contact Apple Support
If nothing is helping you and your Home Pod is not responding to any of your actions, it may be a case of a malfunctioning unit or there may be some hardware failure try contacting Apple Support.
Now your Home Pod is in control of the iPhone/iPad. You will be able to control the volume of the Home Pod. You can also fire up the music app on your iPhone and modify the music playing currently on your device. Any song you tap on your music app will modify what is playing on the Home Pod. In the same way, you can queue up the song in your music app.