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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.
If an alert says that your accessory isn't supported or certified. These alerts can appear for a few reasons: Your iOS device might have a dirty or damaged charging port, your charging accessory is defective, damaged, or non Apple-certified, or your USB charger isn't designed to charge devices If your iPhone iPad or iPod touch won charge
Knownig the speaker's brand and model might help. Presume ithhas bluetooth! Turn it on, press syns if it has this option.
You should have enable bluetooth in your iPas's setting
check if it speaker recognized by iPad and wait them to sync.
Bloutoot device might have a blinking light; should keep blinking till it pairs or reaches timeout.
The speaker has to be paired with your iPad before it will work. Check your documentation on how to put your speaker in "discoverable" mode long enough for the iPad to find it. If you have previously paired your speaker and it at one time did function is your iPad, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on on the iPad. Also, check the batteries on the speaker if it has previously functioned with your iPad...
Go to settings, General, blue tooth and remove any "other" previous paired BT devices & Turn off BT, then go to Sett. General, scroll down to reset and reset network settings, this will not delete anything. Power off BT speaker. after iPad re-boots turn on BT Speaker First, make sure BT is off on iPad as well as WIFI-wait like 10-15 seconds and then turn BT on in iPad it should see your speaker now and let you pair it up.
The problem you have is probably a sound option problem. This is uncommon, but very easy to fix!
Turn on your iPhone
Unlock it (put in passcode if applicable)
Look around, find the app "Settings"
Click it, and look for Sounds
In Sounds, scroll down, and make sure that "Lock sounds" and "Keyboard Clicks" are switched on, and blue.
If this doesn't work, you've got a speaker problem.
Have a nice day!!