Wireless headphones are one of the most convenient inventions of the 21st century, which solved the problem of laces constantly tangling in your pocket or backpack. Now those who want to be constantly in touch, listen to music and audiobooks on the road or while playing sports, choose from a large assortment of Bluetooth headsets. And no matter what devices you buy, connecting wireless headphones to your phone is not difficult, the manufacturers have tried to make this process as intuitive as possible. But a beginner can be frightened by difficulties and even seem like signs of a breakdown. We tell you how to connect wireless headphones to a smartphone on Android or iPhone and present a step-by-step instruction explaining all the technical difficulties.
Step-by-step instructions for connecting wireless headphones for Android
So, you bought brand new bluetooth headphones and can’t wait for the very minute when you can try them out in action. But there is no need to rush: if you rush to connect them to the phone, just taking them out of the package, there is a high probability of encountering the first error: the headphones may not be charged, then they will quickly turn off, the phone will not see them, or they will not turn on at all. Therefore, the first rule: we charge the device. As soon as the charging indicator lights up steadily, you can turn off the headphones. Then turn on Bluetooth on your phone. This can be done in the settings, or in the pop-up top panel, by long pressing on the icon with a stylized letter B.
After the “blue tooth” has turned on on the phone, activate the headphones. To do this, press the power button, and then long press the Bluetooth activation button. The indicator, if present, should flash. On your phone, in the corresponding section, select the option — Search for devices. After some time, the smartphone will prompt you to select one of the found gadgets. Most often, you can recognize your headphones by name. If you purchased a Chinese device, then the name may be long and incomprehensible. Just turn off your device and see what disappears from the screen.