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You can pair devices together via Bluetooth to transfer data, play audio, conduct calls, and other functions. Devices must be paired properly before any form of data can be transferred.
Samsung Phone Tips: Pairing a Bluetooth device to Samsung Phone
- First of all, you need to check your top bar (Notification section) then swipe down on your screen to access your Quick Settings, and tap on the Bluetooth icon to enable Bluetooth.
- Locate and select the device you would like to connect to (If you are having trouble locating the Bluetooth device you would like to connect to, ensure you have enabled phone visibility or pairing mode, also check the Bluetooth setting has been turned on. If you are connecting to another Galaxy phone and Phone Visibility isn’t turned on head into Settings > Connections > toggle on Phone Visibility).
- Click OK on both devices to confirm the Bluetooth pairing request.
- Once the two devices are connected, you will be able to view under Paired Devices.
Bluetooth Pairing via Connection Settings:
- Click on the System Settings > Connections
- Toggle on Bluetooth to enable this setting, once enabled select the setting to pair nearby devices.
- Select device you would like to connect to
- A Bluetooth pairing request will pop up on both devices, ensure you tap OK on both devices to complete the pairing process
- Once complete, you will be able to view the connected device under Paired Devices.
- Click on the Settings > Connections
- Select Bluetooth
- Click on the settings icon Settings cogwheel
- Click on Unpair
- All done
How to fix the Bluetooth connection Issues with your Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet?
There are two troubleshooting steps,
Check if Bluetooth is enabled on your phone or tablet:
- Open quick settings panel to check for Bluetooth connection
- Swipe down on your phone or tablet screen from the top of the display and check if the Bluetooth icon is turned on
- Search and select the device you want to pair with
- Go to “Settings” and select “Connections”
Check if Bluetooth is turned on and select Menu:
- Choose the device you want to pair with on the list under “Available devices”
Note: Your Bluetooth device may not connect to your phone or tablet if it’s already connected to another device.
Check if your Bluetooth device is properly paired:
- Check for your Bluetooth device’s connection.
- If it’s the first time pairing your devices, check to see a pop-up appears on the screen (Pairing Mode).
- Ensure your Wearable app and Bluetooth device software are all up to date.
- Bluetooth connection may be interfered with by an abrupt movement or distance between devices over 33 feet(10 meters).
- Placing metallic stickers near the antenna or using metallic protection covers can cause pairing problems.
- Headphones: Press the Power or Call button for 7 to 8 seconds. The LED will blink and go blue to indicate the connection is established.)