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Make sure the blue tooth adapter is set to "discoverable". Then open your blue tooth app and search for connections. You should be able to find it. After two minutes, if it does not find it, turn printer off, restart ipad. Try again. good luck
try to turn on BT on iPad while Logitech is blinking (which means it in pairing mode and can be discovered). If that doesn't help I'd suggest to remove batteries from Logitech for 3-5 minutes then put them back.
This can happen infrequently due to either the iPad needing a restart (iPhone 5's and 5s's) have similar issues.
There are two things to try;
1) Turn your samsung sound bar off, and pull out the power cord out of the wall, now this may sound unnecessary but the logic behind that is to have it clear any potential "error code" or crashed script which is powering the bluetooth transmitter in the sound bar. You do this for ca. 60 seconds, 30 will do too but we just want to be sure. Once that is done plug the bar in again and power it on and see if it works now.
2) Restart your iPad, this has the same logic behind as step one, but in this situation i'd like you to turn both off starting with your iPad.
It is not uncommon especially depending on the iOS your running on your iPad for the bluetooth transmitter not to see the bluetooth sources around you.
To turn your ipad off push the sleep/power button at the top right of your ipad for 10-15 seconds. Until you see the swipe to turn off. Let it shut down completely after you swiped it to turn off. (this can take a minute) Once you see the spinning wheel on your ipad disappear start with unplugging your Samsung Sound Bar. As in step one follow the same procedure until its back on. Now turn your iPad back on with the sleep / power button and wait till its fully loaded.
Now in the settings>bluetooth you should in theory see your sound bar again. If you still encounter problems don't hesitate to let me know.
Have a great weekend
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 H500 is a monaural headset, thus good for phone calls only, not for listening to stereo music. You haven't specified which Motorola phone you own. Check in its user guide if it is able to handle stereo bluetooth headsets (i.e. if it bears the A2DP and AVRCP bluetooth profiles), which are suitable for music streams. If your phone is able to handle them, go to the mall (or store, or even online), buy one set which suits you better, pair them with your phone and enjoy!
Just my 2 cents...
turn on blue tooth on both phones.
search the device from blue tooth manu ( once the party B phone is found) click pair n give pin 123,
on the other phone it ll prompt for authorization code. ask the buddy to enter same 123 pin n there u go.
go to fun box or album.. select a song n from send menu, use via blue tooth.