Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S II

Connect Bluetooth devices - Samsung Galaxy S II

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You can connect your phone with other Bluetooth devices, such as another phone or a headset. Follow these instructions to connect Bluetooth devices.

Step 1 of 12

Find "Bluetooth settings"

Press Applications.

Step 2 of 12

Find "Bluetooth settings"

Press Settings.

Step 3 of 12

Find "Bluetooth settings"

Press Wireless and network.

Step 4 of 12

Find "Bluetooth settings"

Press Bluetooth settings.

Step 5 of 12

Turn on Bluetooth

Press Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth.

Step 6 of 12

Turn on Bluetooth

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), Bluetooth is turned on.

Step 7 of 12

Turn on Bluetooth visibility

Press Visible.

Bluetooth visibility is automatically turned off after two minutes.
Step 8 of 12

Turn on Bluetooth visibility

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

Bluetooth visibility is automatically turned off after two minutes.
Step 9 of 12

Add Bluetooth device

Press Search for devices.
Your phone now searches for devices and after a moment, a list of Bluetooth devices within range is displayed.

In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Step 10 of 12

Add Bluetooth device

Press the required Bluetooth device.

In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Step 11 of 12

Add Bluetooth device

Check that the same access code is displayed on both devices and press Accept.
The new device is displayed on the list of paired devices.

In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Step 12 of 12

Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Bluetooth settings"

Press Applications.
Press Settings.
Press Wireless and network.
Press Bluetooth settings.

2. Turn on Bluetooth

Press Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), Bluetooth is turned on.

3. Turn on Bluetooth visibility

Press Visible.
Bluetooth visibility is automatically turned off after two minutes.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
Bluetooth visibility is automatically turned off after two minutes.

4. Add Bluetooth device

Press Search for devices.
Your phone now searches for devices and after a moment, a list of Bluetooth devices within range is displayed.
In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Press the required Bluetooth device.
In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.
Check that the same access code is displayed on both devices and press Accept.
The new device is displayed on the list of paired devices.
In some cases, you need to key in an access code of your own choice. You also need to key in the access code on the other device.

5. Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.
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