How to Reset a Homepod Mini

Reset HomePod or HomePod mini Unplug HomePod or unplug the power adapter for HomePod mini. Wait 10 seconds, then plug HomePod back in. Wait 10 seconds, then touch your finger to the top of HomePod and hold it there. The white spinning light will turn red. ... Siri will say that your HomePod is about to reset.

If you are giving away your Homepod Mini or need to set it up on a new phone, you might want to factory reset it. However, doing so requires precise timing. Here’s how you can factory reset your Homepod Mini:

1. Unplug the device for at least 10 seconds.

2. Plug it back in and wait for five seconds.

3. Put your finger at the center of the device and hold it down until it says it’s going to reset.

After following these steps, your device will reset and clear off all personal information.

In case you want to see how it’s done, you can find a video in the links below.

Once the reset is complete, the device will beep, and the light ring will light up on top of the Apple Homepod Mini. It takes about a minute for the reset process to complete. When you hear the beep sound and the device starts blinking, it signifies that the device is ready to be set up on your iPhone.

That’s it! With these easy steps, you have successfully reset your Homepod Mini.


How do I factory reset my HomePod?
Reset any HomePod or HomePod mini to factory settings You can reset any HomePod with the Home app on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Find your HomePod in the Home app, click on it, then click on the gear icon and scroll down to the bottom of the screen. Click or tap Reset HomePod then click or tap Reset.