I was listening to music on just one AirPod, and suddenly my iPhone (7 Plus on the latest iOS) stopped connecting to my AirPods. I discovered that placing the left AirPod in the case will make it show a green status light. Placing the right AirPod will show the white blinking status light. Placing both will also show the white blinking light. This is because I tried to unpair the AirPods (from the Bluetooth menu) and repair them. It seems that one AirPod still has the Bluetooth configuration from my iPhone, and the other one doesn't. Does anyone have a solution? Putting both AirPods in the case and holding the button until I get the amber light hasn't helped. Pressing the button while only having one AirPod (either one) in the case does nothing. I have tried pairing the AirPods to a different device with Bluetooth, but they do not show up.