Bluetooth technology allows you to wirelessly connect two phones. Once connected, you can share information such as files, songs, pictures and contact information. Learning how to connect via Bluetooth does not have to be difficult or time-consuming. In fact, it only takes a few quick and simple steps. Make sure both of your phones are Bluetooth capable before attempting to connect them.
Enable Bluetooth on both phones. Access the main menu, and navigate to "Bluetooth." Select "Enable" from the list of options.
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Place one of your phones in "Discoverable Mode." Find this option in the Bluetooth menu.
Search for the phone using your other device. Your phone's model number and name should appear on the list.
Click on the phone. Enter a four-digit code to connect the two phones. The default code is "0000," although the phone that is sending the information may provide a code for you to enter in both phones.
Enter the four-digit code on the other phone. You now have connected your phones.
If your phones are within close proximity of each other, they will connect.
Consult your user manual for each one, especially if they are different models.
Turn off “Discoverable Mode” when venturing out in public. Otherwise, this allows malicious users access to your phone.