Bluetooth lets you use all sorts of wireless devices with your phone—Bluetooth headsets, headphones, a hands‑free system in your car, speakers, fitness trackers—just to name a few. Start by pairing your Bluetooth device with your phone. The way you do this depends on the kind of Bluetooth device you're using.
Turn on your Bluetooth audio device and make it discoverable.
The way you make it discoverable depends on the device. Check the device or visit the manufacturer's website to learn how.
Swipe down from the top of the screen to open action center, then select Expand. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on and select Connect > the device name.
Follow any more instructions that might appear. Otherwise, you're done and connected.
Your Bluetooth device and phone will usually automatically connect anytime the two devices are in range of each other with Bluetooth turned on.
Not seeing your Bluetooth audio device? Learn how to try to fix this.
Turn on your device and make it discoverable.
Turn on Status for Bluetooth, select the device, and follow any more instructions if they appear.
Article ID: 17236 - Last Review: 7 Sep 2016 - Revision: 12
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