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How to use Bluetooth

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Bluetooth—a technology that many of us have it in music players like wireless speaker, smart phones and computers, yet few of us take full advantage of. It can't power your car or your home, but it can make the time you spend in both a lot more fun and enjoyable. Plus, it's super easy to use. Are you ready to harness the awesome power of Bluetooth? Here's some basic information and tips for pairing your Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Bluetooth—a technology that many of us have it in music players like wireless speaker, smart phones and computers, yet few of us take full advantage of. It can't power your car or your home, but it can make the time you spend in both a lot more fun and enjoyable. Plus, it's super easy to use. Are you ready to harness the awesome power of Bluetooth? Here's some basic information and tips for pairing your Bluetooth-enabled devices.
 
Bluetooth is named after the 10th century Scandinavian king Herald “Bluetooth” Garson, who convinced opposing Danish factions to live together in a unified kingdom. Bluetooth technology works pretty much the same way: it’s an easy-to-use technology that establishes connections between your enabled devices—like laptops, tablets, mp3 players, smart phones, headphones, and speakers—and allows them talk to each other in a common language. And it does it all without wires or cables. You can "pair" your devices via wireless Bluetooth connections to transfer data, make and receive hands-free phone calls, or even stream music to Bluetooth speakers from your smart phone, tablet, or mp3 player.

You Want It? You Probably Already Have It. 
One of the best things about Bluetooth is that many smart phones, mp3 players, tablets and laptops come equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. With technology like this literally at your fingertips, all you need to do is pair your Bluetooth-enabled devices with great accessories, like:

•Bluetooth Headsets
•Bluetooth Headphones
•Bluetooth Speakers
•Bluetooth Keyboards
 
Tips for Pairing Up
In many cases, if you put two enabled devices next to each other with Bluetooth turned on, they will establish a connection fairly quickly. But if it doesn’t happen automatically, there are four basic steps you’ll need to follow to pair and use almost any two Bluetooth enabled devices.

Search Mode: Place your Bluetooth enabled device (smart phone, mp3 player, laptop, or tablet) into “Search Mode.” This means that your device is searching the surrounding area for another device that has Bluetooth enabled. It may be as simple as turning the device’s Bluetooth settings from “off” to “on.”
 
Discoverable Mode: Place the device you want to pair to in “Discoverable Mode.” When this device is in discoverable mode, your other Bluetooth devices can see it when they are searching for connections.

Select Your Device: once a connection is made by the device you want to connect to should appear in the Bluetooth Menu which you put in Search Mode. Choose the device that appeared in the menu to establish the connection. If you have a security code or passkey on your device, you may have entered it on one or both of the devices to verify that the connection is genuine.
 
Disconnecting: Even though you can close a Bluetooth connection by turning Bluetooth off, your devices will remember each other when the connection is opened again. The steps needed to establish the connection should only be necessary during the initial linking of the devices.