Do the tangled wires of earphones/headphones give you a hard time? The time and effort put into getting rid of these tangles have a pretty bad effect on the user experience. Well, a very simple solution exists for this problem. You can simply switch to Bluetooth headphones. Bluetooth is a short-range wireless technology standard that is used for exchanging data between devices over short distances using radio waves, and it does not work on wires. Bluetooth works wirelessly. What it does is, establishes a communication channel between two devices using radio waves. Since the working of Bluetooth headphones is so much different from the regular wired headphones, we have created this short guide on how to use Bluetooth headphones.
Turning the headphones On
The first and foremost step that you’ll need to follow is to turn your headphones on. The pairing of devices and connecting them all comes later; firstly, it is essential the headphones are turned on.
If you are confused about how to do it, don’t worry, we’ll help you out. It’s actually very simple. You gotta scan your headphones for an On/Off button.
The headphones are designed in such a way that it is easy for you to locate this button. Now, depending on the headphones that you have purchased, you’ll either have to hold the button down for a couple of seconds or maybe you just have to click it once. Now how to figure out what is going to work for your device? For that, you’ll have to look into the guide booklet that came along with your purchase.
Pairing the devices
Pairing in Bluetooth serves as a security check. Pairing in Bluetooth systems was introduced to make sure that you are connecting the correct devices.
You must have noticed that before you connect your device to another device using Bluetooth, it sends an alert on both the devices asking, “Are you sure you want to connect to this device?”
That is nothing but the request to pair the devices. Connecting two devices via Bluetooth and connecting Bluetooth headphones to your device works the same. Just make sure you have turned on the Bluetooth on the device before you start trying to connect the devices.
You won’t have to pair the devices every time you use your headphones. It is a one-time process for every “new” device you connect your headphones with.
Connecting the devices
One complicated task can be to locate the correct device name on a laptop or mobile phone. What you gotta do is open the Bluetooth settings on your device.
Once you open the Bluetooth settings, you’ll be presented with a list of paired devices and available devices.
If you are using the headphones for the first time, then firstly, you gotta pair the headphones with your device, as we explained to you above. In this case, you’ll find the headphones’ name in the “available devices” section.
But if it is not the first time that you are using the headphones with your device, then you can simply connect the device without having to go through the pairing process once again. In this case, you’ll find the headphones’ name in the “paired devices” section.
Conclusion – How to use Bluetooth headphones
That’s it; you’re good to go now. Play music and movies on your device and enjoy a top-notch audio experience, having connected your Bluetooth headphones to your device. We hope this guide was easy to follow and that there is no confusion on your mind whatsoever.