How do I use my Bluetooth cell phones

Android Android: Activate Bluetooth


Your Android smartphone supports Bluetooth. This allows you to connect your device wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices and thus exchange data. For this to work, however, you must first enable Bluetooth on your smartphone.

How to enable and use Bluetooth on Android

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

quick start Guide

  1. Open the Smartphone settings, tap on "links"and then select"Bluetooth".
  2. Activate Bluetooth by tapping the Slider tap. Your smartphone will then automatically search for available and switched on Bluetooth devices nearby. To search again, tap "to scan".
  3. To now connect with a device tap it. It then appears under "Paired devices"and will automatically connect to your smartphone in the future if Bluetooth is activated and it is nearby.
  4. Tap that gear next to a paired device to this rename or close again decouple.
  5. If you change the setting "links"open, you will see the option"Phone visibility". If this is activated, other Bluetooth devices can see your smartphone and connect to it. If the option is deactivated, your smartphone is only visible to other devices when you are in the Bluetooth settings. After exiting, only paired devices can be used See and connect to your smartphone. You should select the "Phone visibility" deactivate.