Question about Apple iPhone 3G Black Smartphone
i have paired my buetooth headphones & speakers to my i phone 3g but i cant get any sound out of either of them the sound still comes out of the i phone please help
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Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Most Bluetooth devices can connect only to one device. Make sure that it is not paired with any other device. Then again, if that doesn't work then, probably the Bluetooth device is non-compatible.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
The iPhone unfortunately does not pair with just any device, it would be best to check compatibility before purchasing a new peripheral for your iPhone.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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Tip & How-To about Miscellaneous
Pairing Bluetooth Devices
Posters often ask "How do I pair my Bluetooth ???" Insert whatever device you have at the question marks.
Generally, you need to read the instructions for the camera, headset, speakers or whatever the Bluetooth device is.
Roughly speaking though.
Settings - Bluetooth - Search, on the Android, iPhone, Windows phone whatever.
With camera, speaker, headphones or whatever the Bluetooth device is, you have to press a button on that device to send out the signal. On my Bowers and Wilkins T6 Speakers, there is a button on the top with the Bluetooth symbol on it. This is the part people usually don't do and ask for advice, thinking it will do this automatically.
When the Android device recognises it, click Pair, and if it asks for a code, the Default is '0000', (four zeros, no quotes).
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