Question about Cell Phones
Connecting any device to an iPhone via bluetooth is a fairly straightforward process:
1) Make sure your device (soundlogic speaker, in this case) is on and in "discoverable" mode. Your speaker should have come with instructions on how to do this; It's a different process per device, so I can't offer anything specific in regards to doing this, sorry.
2) Go into the Settings on your iPhone, then click on "Bluetooth". If Bluetooth isn't turned on, turn it on, then click on your device under "Devices". If you don't see it, make sure you're close enough to the speaker and that the speaker is in "Discoverable" mode. Your phone will pair itself with your speaker, and from this point on, your phone should automatically connect with your speaker anytime both your speaker is on and your phone is on with bluetooth enabled. Hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blue tooth
The iPhone is supporting Bluetooth v2.0, but for headset support only.
See the iphone specification here:
That's mean it can use the bluetooth to connect only, with bluetooth headset.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Go to active devices menu in the bluetooth menu and delete any devices listed there and start find new device ... it should work fine ...
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: iphone bluetooth
iPhone does not support Bluetooth to transfer data between iPhones or computers, the only usage for Bluetooth for Syncing the iPhone with Bluetooth headset, so its not an error only you need to connect it with Bluetooth headset, by searching for headset and set the passkey to authnticate the phone with the headset
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Hi, I have an iPhone also, you don't connect to other phones anymore, like if you did with normal mobile, if say you searched in a full room of people with the iPhone you would just find the printer in the corner!?!?, bizarre i know, but thats Apple for you, (2 steps forward, 5 backwards) you just connect to Bluetooth appliances like, your car, printer, pc/mac.. Thanks Mark
Posted on May 04, 2010
No, you will only be able to connect 1 device to 1 bluetooth speaker, but you could connect the device to 1 speaker using the line in jack and then connect to the other speaker using the bluetooth!
Posted on Dec 28, 2014
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