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Since they don't have bluetooth built in, you'll have to buy a bluetooth transmitter. Once you have a transmitter , you plug it into the headphone jack and then connect your phone to the transmitter. Here is a link for one on amazon. There are many different bluetooth transmitters so sho around if you would like.
I think there issnt any support for these headphone on a win7 or lower OS. I mailed Polaroid asking for help, but there aren't support for older windows.. mine is working fine on my windows10 laptop, but on my windows 7 workstation, I cant get it working either..
It shows up as a "Bluetooth Peripheral Device" but there aren't drivers available for it.
is it a tablet?....phone?....laptop??? you dont say. If it is a laptop..make sure you are plugging it into the 'headphone' jack...not the input or mike jack. they all look the same except for color. if itis a tablet...go into the settings and see that the headphone jack is set to 'headphones' and not 'speaker' It is possible you have a defective headphone jack...there is a small switch build into the jack that disconnects the speakers and turns the headphone audio path to the headphones. sorry..now I see what the device is "same answer"