You can use Bluetooth headphones, such as Apple AirPods, in a Zoom meeting as the speaker and microphone.
Note: While in a Zoom meeting with Bluetooth headphones, other participants may experience lower quality audio from your microphone.
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Note: If you don't see the speaker icon with the Bluetooth logo, your headphones aren't connected. Try disconnecting your headphones from your device, then re-connect them while in the meeting or continue to troubleshoot other solutions.
Zoom may automatically connect to your device’s default speakers and microphone. In addition to connecting your headphones to your device, you can select your Bluetooth headphones in Zoom’s settings before a meeting to make sure they’re connected with Zoom or test the audio in a test meeting. Learn how to test your audio settings in Zoom.
With Bluetooth connected, if other apps besides Zoom play audio during a Zoom meeting (such as an incoming phone call or music streaming), Zoom will stop the meeting’s audio and try to mute. To prevent this from happening, pause or close any other apps using your device's audio.
Bluetooth headphones may not work properly if they are connected to multiple devices. Sometimes, you may hear others, but other participants can't hear your microphone. Try disconnecting your Bluetooth headphones from any other devices than the one you are meeting on Zoom with.
Try disconnecting your Bluetooth headphones from your device, then reconnecting them again through pairing.
Learn how to reset your Apple AirPods.
If you are experiencing issues connecting to Bluetooth on an Android device, make sure that the speaker icon in a meeting is showing a Bluetooth logo.
If you see the Bluetooth logo within the speaker icon and your headphones still aren't working, consider changing the Nearby device permissions for the Zoom mobile app on your Android device. If it's still not connecting properly, delete the app storage, uninstall the Zoom mobile app, restart your phone, then reinstall the app.
Try a different headset, such as a supported USB device.