Says an enhancement is plugged in, but there's not. Now can't hear people.
There is a pair of earphones on the front screen, next to the bluetooth sign. There is no enhancement plugged in, and no settings were changed on the phone, it just came up and now I can't hear anyone, and people can't hear me.
Please help. Thanks!
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How to pair Bluetooth headphones to IPAD?
Most headsets have a power button or a switch to turn the device on. Press the "Pairing" button on your Bluetooth headset, if necessary. Select your headset from the Devices list on the iPad's Bluetooth window. Enter the passkey or PIN for your headset, if prompted.
One device sends the Bluetooth signal. For example, your smartphone can send a Bluetooth signal to play music from the phone on a portable speaker, or you might send it to a wireless earphone to make hands-free phone calls.
The second device receives the Bluetooth signal and plays the sound or picture.
To pair them, first set the receiving device (example: Bluetooth speaker) in "pairing mode". This is usually done by pressing a certain button on the receiving device for 3 or 4 seconds. Next, on your sending device (example: your phone) open the Bluetooth settings and select to search for Bluetooth devices. Your receiving device should appear in the list of available Bluetooth devices. Tap to connect to the receiving device. This may take up to 15 seconds. You should see a message on one or both devices saying "Connected".
If they are Bluetooth earphones, you simply pair them together. On the earphones, to put them in pairing mode, you usually press and hold on button for 5 seconds. Then put iphone into Bluetooth discovery mode. Settings>bluetooth. The device will show up, then click to pair. If it ask for a code, it is usually a default of 0000.
what did you pair it with the first time? the ps4? if you pair it with one device and then want to pair it with different one, you need to either turn off the first one, which will make the headphone search for another signal or, there should be a bluetooth button on your earphones. this also makes it search for another bluetooth signal.
for example, i use my bose bluetooth speaker for my phone and my laptop. when it's paired with my laptop and i want to switch it to my phone, i have to turn on bluetooth on my phone, press the bluetooth button on my speaker and then it connects to my phone.
1) Check to be sure that "Hands Free" mode is off. This may be overriding the settings to believe you have bluetooth connected. and/or
2) check to be sure a bluetooth device the phone is paired with is not on and active.
1 Enter Pairing mode.
• Turn off your headset and press and hold the talk button
until the blue indicator light remains lit after blinking.
• If you turn it on for the first time, it proceeds into Pairing
2 Search for and pair with your phone
--> turn on the bluetooth with the widget on the home screen or in the settings.
(Bluetooth PIN: 0000, 4 zeros)
• If the pairing is successful, the blue indicator light will
flash 10 times rapidly before entering Standby mode.
• If the blue indicator light remains lit, retry pairing.
Hi, the iPhone 3G definitely does work with bluetooth. In fact, I'm talking on a bluetooth headset with my iPhone 3G right now.
You have to put both your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetand the iPhone in "pairing mode".
On your iPhone, click the Menu button, tap the Settings icon, tap the General icon, and then tap the Bluetooth icon. Make sure that 'Bluetooth' is set to "ON" and not "OFF". As long as you have this screen up, your iPhone is in pairing mode.
Turn your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset off and wait a few seconds. On your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset, press and hold and Answer/End button for Five Seconds, until a solid blue light comes on, which places the device in Bluetooth discoverable mode.
Now that both devices are 'discoverable', the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on that Bluetooth screen on your iPhone. Be patient as it might take a minute to appear. Tap on the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetin the list on your iPhone, and then it will ask you for a passkey. The passkey is "0000" (without the quotes). After you enter the passkey, the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on the list with the word "Paired" next to it.
Now you're paired! Incoming calls will automatically be passed to your headset as long as your iPhone can find it nearby.
Unfortunately there isn't a "user servicable solution" that I know of. Most cell phones are designed that way. You can replace batteries, front/backs, bezels, keyboards, and screens but you can't fix the "guts". Only a qualified licensed repairman can fix this because it's under FCC regs.