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The poorly written manual says to hold the Play/Power button for five seconds at which time you will get the blue light, Then hold the Play button again for three seconds to enter the bluetooth pairing mode at which time you will see the alternating red & blue flashing light. Ignore all of that and just hold the Play/Power button for however long it takes to start the red and blue flashing sequence. That means the headset has entered the bluetooth pairing mode. Then make sure whatever device you are trying to pair has its bluetooth pairing mode activated and you will eventually see Auvio BTCHP on your device's pairing window. Select it and you should then be paired.
If your portable speaker is Bluetooth-enabled, here is the general procedure:
1. Press and hold the function control button on the speaker until you see red and blue lights flashing in rapid succession on the speaker (the speaker is now in "pairing" mode).
2. Turn on Bluetooth on your iPad and then tap on Scan. iPad will begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see a name similar to that of your speaker, tap on it . You will be asked for a passcode/passkey to pair the iPad with the speaker. Enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes).
3. Once the passkey is accepted, the two devices are now paired. The light on the speaker should become a steady blue.
4. On the iPad, tap on Connect. If the iPad connects to the speaker, you will see Connected. You are done. Play some music from the iPad to see if you can hear it coming through the speaker.
You should have this procedure detailed in the set up guide that came with the speaker. Please note that pairing is required only for the first time you try to connect the two devices, to get them "acquainted" to each other. After that, all you need is to connect the iPad to the speaker every time you want to listen to your iPad through the speaker.
1. Press and hold the button to put the speaker in "Pairing/Connecting" mode. You should see a red and blue light flashing in rapid succession somewhere on the speaker.
2. Turn on Bluetooth on the phone and tap on Scan. The phone will start scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see that it detected a device with a name similar to the speaker's name, tap on the name to pair with the phone. If you are asked for a passcode/passkey, enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes). If the two pair, the light on the speaker will turn to a steady blue and you will see 'Connect' on the phone. Tap on Connect and then you will see Connected on the phone. Your phone and the speaker are now connected.
The steps above should be detailed in the set up guide that came with the speaker. There may even be a passkey/code provided in the guide. Use that one for pairing instead of the passkey I suggested above. Please note that pairing is a one-time procedure, required only the first time you are connecting the phone to the speaker, a "get to know you" procedure. After that, you just need to connect the two.
LED Battery Indicator
Red - X-mini KAI Capsule Speaker is charging
Blue - X-mini KAI Capsule Speaker is fully charged
When in use:
Blue - X-mini KAI Capsule Speaker is turned on
Blue (dim) - X-mini KAI Capsule Speaker battery low
During playback through bluetooth, users will be alerted if
charging is required by a three-beep indication
If this is not right you will have to email them on firstname.lastname@example.org
or if is in Warranty, get it repaired by the Seller.
Here are the instructions from the manual for my Contour Design SURFACE SOUND COMPACT (with minor editorials)
To initiate pairing:
Place the bluetooth device and your mobile phone within 0.3 meter (1 foot) of each other - I prefer to place both on a table infront of me
Switch on your phone and select it Bluetooth discover mode (you'll have to figure this one out on your own!)
Immediately after turning the bluetooth device on (ie. lifting the microphone), press and hold both the TALK button and the VOL + button for about 5 seconds until the indicator light flashes red and blue alternately and a sound can be heard in the speaker - I had trouble getting it to co-operate once it started into the seeking handset mode of beeping, so try to press the two buttons before all that beeping starts
Once the mobile phone detects the carkit, a "contour SSC" message will be displayed. Follow the phone instructions to accept the pairing. The PIN coade (or passkey) is 0000, then press "yes" or "ok". I assume the PIN code is the same for all of them, as the manual appears mass printed.
If the pairing was successful, the indicator light will switch to blue and flash slowly. If you haven't started the discovery mode within 5 minutes, it will stop. In this case, you must start the pairing again as step 3 above.