How To Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone: Tips Via Bluetooth and NFC

Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone

In this article, we have mentioned all the details about “How To Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone” to help you pair your device without any problem.

If you haven’t yet joined the wireless headphone/earphone revolution, perhaps you’re starting to feel as if the tech world is forcing you to, with many new phones shipping without 3.5mm headphone jacks.

It’s actually really simple to use Bluetooth headphones—all you need to do is connect them and you’re good to go. And if you can use a cell phone, you can connect a pair of wireless headphones. We’re here to help.

How To Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone Via Bluetooth?

Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone

If you just purchased your Bluetooth headphones, you might want to charge them first before attempting to pair them. When you’re ready to pair, turn your Bluetooth headphones on and set them to pairing mode according to the user guide that came with your headphones.

For some devices, that just means to power the headphones on since Bluetooth comes on at the same time as normal power. The light might blink once or twice to show power, but depending on the device, you may need to keep holding the button until the light stops blinking and becomes solid.

  1. On your phone, swipe down the Notification shade from the top of your screen.
  2. Swipe down the Quick settings panel from the top of the Notification shade.
  3. Press and hold Bluetooth to open Bluetooth settings.
  4. Tap Pair new device. On some devices, Android will begin scanning for devices to pair upon entering Bluetooth settings, and on others, you’ll need to tap Scanning.
  5. Tap the Bluetooth headphones you wish to pair to your phone. I see a series of letters and numbers, some phones will list unpaired devices by their MAC addresses rather than traditional names.

Tips for Bluetooth Connection:

Connecting Headphones via Bluetooth

  • To unpair or permanently disconnect Bluetooth headphones from a phone, go into the phone’s Bluetooth settings to find the device in the list, and choose the unpair, forget, or disconnect option. It might be hidden in a menu next to the entry for the headphones.
  • If you’re on an iPhone or iPad, the Bluetooth settings are in the Settings app, within the Bluetooth option. You can also turn Bluetooth via Control Center.
  • Some headphones might require a special code or password in order to fully pair, or even for you to press the Pair button in a special sequence. This information should be clearly defined in the documentation that came with the headphones, but if not, try 0000 or 1234, or refer to the manufacturer for more information.
  • Keeping your phone’s Bluetooth adapter on will automatically pair the phone with the headphones each time they’re close, but usually only if the headphones aren’t already paired with another device.

How to unpair Bluetooth headphones from your phone

  1. On your phone, swipe down the Notification shade from the top of your screen.
  2. Swipe down the Quick settings panel from the top of the Notification shade.
  3. Press and hold Bluetooth to open Bluetooth settings.
  4. Tap the settings gear next to the headphones you want to unpair.
  5. Tap Unpair or Forget.
  6. A popup will appear asking you to confirm your decision to unpair. Tap Forget deviceunpair, or Yes.

How To Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone Via NFC?

Pairing NFC-enabled Bluetooth headphones is actually a ridiculously simple process so long as you have NFC turned on:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Tap Connected Devices. If your Settings down have, tap Connections or search NFC if your Settings has a search bar at the top.
  3. Tap **NFC ** if the toggle is not already switched to on.

pair Bluetooth headphones via NFC

Once NFC is on and Bluetooth is on, pairing NFC-enabled headphones goes like this:

  1. Tap the back of your phone to the NFC icon on your headphones.
  2. On your phone, tap Yes to agree to pair your phone to the headphones.

It’s an amazing thing when it works. Coincidentally, NFC has a range of only a few inches, so if you tap your phone to the NFC icon and it doesn’t work, slide your phone around over the target. The NFC sensor is usually near the middle or top of the back of the phone. Thick cases can sometimes block the signal, too.

We hope that now you can easily connect your wireless earphones to your phones. Still, if you find any problem then you can let us know in the comment section and we would try to help as much as we can.

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How To Connect Wireless Earphones To Phone: Tips Via Bluetooth and NFC

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