When using Airpods on an Android device (I am specifically using a Google Pixel 2), does sound come through both of the Airpods when making/receiving calls? Or, does only one of the Airpods play sound when on a call?

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    Is this a theoretical question or do you have a problem with your AirPods? – nohillside May 3 '18 at 18:43

AirPods work like standard bluetooth headphones on non-Apple devices. You'll hear sound through both AirPods on calls.

I'd encourage you to visit your local Apple Store and do an in-store demo using your phone to see if they're right for you. Alternatively you can have them shipped to you and return them within 2 weeks if you aren't satisfied.

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    Can someone edit this to show if tap controls or voice commands work with android OS or hardware never / sometimes / generally / always?This could be a good general answer about Android and AirPods with a little extra concrete details – bmike May 25 '18 at 13:10
  • @bmike I wonder if this question should be migrated to android.stackexchange.com given that it's unlikely any of us use android? – JBallin May 25 '18 at 16:03
  • I don’t think so, but if you have someone in that chat room say they’d take the migration and you want it - there - we could look at it. I’m trying to get a canonical question here answering the broader feature question of what works and what won’t. See apple.stackexchange.com/questions/326260 – bmike May 25 '18 at 23:13

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