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I don't think you can pair two devices at the same time. You will have to pair one at a time . On the phone go to connections and bluetooth , switch bluetooth on and make sure it is visible. Press scan for devices .your headphones should be shown in list if they are set to visable .press pair and a option to put in a 4 digit code willcome up type in a code and put same code in the headphones and press pair these devices. Do the same with the ipod but type in a different code and put code for ipod in headphones pair devices . You should be able to listen to either one
Hi, In some states, hands free driving is the law. In order to avoid a ticket you need to talk on your cell phone with a bluetooth headset or speaker or with a headset that attaches directly into the phone. Bluetooth headsets are popular for this and other reasons but connecting it to your phone can be confusing. Here are some steps to help you connect your bluetooth device to your cell phone.
Things You'll Need:
* Bluetooth headset * Bluetooth capable cell phone
Read the owners manual for your bluetooth device. You will need to find the code to pair your headset to your phone. This code is usually 0000 (those are zeroes) but verify before you proceed.
Enter your bluetooth option on your cell phone. These can be found in your menu under "bluetooth," "connections," "settings," or something similar.
Turn on your bluetooth headset and put it in pairing mode. Pairing mode means the bluetooth is ready to be found by your cell phone. To pair your headset, follow the owners manual for your specific bluetooth model.
Select "add device" or "search for new device" from your cell phone. Your cell phone will then search for your bluetooth. Once it is found, or discovered, you will need to enter the pairing code (most likely 0000, check your manual to verify).
Select "connect" to finalize the connection if the bluetooth headset didn't connect automatically after the pairing code was entered. Make a test call with your bluetooth in your ear to ensure it is connected properly.
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Hmm, have you tried another pair of headphones? That will tell you right away if it is an issue related directly to the headphones or an internal problem with your Ipod. If another pair works, then problem solved, as I myself have had the same problem. Otherwise, hopefully it is still in it's warranty period (Ipod) and you can have it fixed/replaced! Good luck!
I managed to pair the device after plugging the bluetooth headset into the USB power slot. Then I press the main button for 5 secs until the red light started flashing very rapidly and I typed in 0000 and the headset paired off with my Iphone. Good luck
i had the same problem, the headphone jack on the sansa is loose. I opened it all up, and saw that one of the connections on the headphone jack was loose. you can sauter it and it should work clearly again.
Is this the first time you are pairing two Bletooth devices ? Is the security pin for your Samsung phone '0000' ? Usually, the code you have to enter on your phone to pair it with a Bluetooth headset or headphones is '0000' (the number 'zero' 4 times), unless Jensen's Bluetooth headphones use a different pin.