How to Pair a Bluetooth with a Samsung

By Maya Walker

Most Samsung mobile phones feature Bluetooth capabilities. If you own a Sony Ericsson Bluetooth headset, you may be able to pair it with your Samsung phone. Pairing the two devices establishes a connection that you can use to communicate with your contacts. Voice data is quickly transferred between the headset and your Samsung phone, which enables you to communicate hands-free. Depending on the model of your Samsung phone, the steps may vary slightly.

Step 1

Press the "Menu" key on the Samsung mobile phone; then press "Bluetooth." Depending on the model of your phone, you may need to access the "Settings" or "Tools" menu to access the settings for Bluetooth.

Step 2

Click "Trusted Devices;" then click "Add New." Click "Yes" when prompted to turn on the Bluetooth on your mobile phone.

Step 3

Click "Search" and wait for a list of found Bluetooth-enabled devices to be found.

Step 4

Press and hold the Bluetooth headset's "Power" button to place it in pairing mode. Depending on the headset model, you may need to press the "Volume" button.

Step 5

Click the Bluetooth's name in the list of found devices on your Samsung mobile phone.

Step 6

Enter the passkey using the mobile phone's keypad when prompted. By default, the passkey may be "0000" or "1234." A confirmation message is displayed when the pairing completes.