Pair and Connect
- Turn off any Bluetooth devices previously paired with your headset.
- Turn on the Bluetooth feature of your phone.
- Place the headset on your ear.
- Turn on your headset by opening the boom.
- Select Motorola H720 from the search results on your phone.
- Select Ok or Yes to pair your headset with your phone.
- 1 How do I pair my Motorola Bluetooth?
- 2 How do I connect Bluetooth headphones to pairing mode?
- 3 How do you fix Bluetooth headphones not pairing?
- 4 How do I pair my Motorola earphones to my phone?
- 5 How do you reset a Motorola Bluetooth?
- 6 How do I pair my Motorola Android phone?
- 7 How do I connect my Moto G to Bluetooth?
- 8 How do I pair my Bluetooth headphones to my phone?
- 9 How do I make my Bluetooth discoverable?
- 10 How do I connect my wireless headphones to my Android phone?
- 11 Why is my headphones not pairing?
- 12 How do I fix the Bluetooth pairing problem?
How do I pair my Motorola Bluetooth?
To pair & connect with your phone:
- Turn off any Bluetooth devices previously paired with your car kit.
- Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your phone.
- Turn on your car kit. See Powering On/Off.
- Follow the voice prompts to connect your phone to your car kit.
How do I connect Bluetooth headphones to pairing mode?
Turn on the connecting Bluetooth device and place it within 3 feet (1 meter) of this unit. /POWER button (for the headphones) for more than 7 seconds while the Bluetooth headphones are turned off. When the indicator starts to blink quickly, release the button. The Bluetooth headphones enter Pairing mode.
How do you fix Bluetooth headphones not pairing?
What you can do about Bluetooth pairing failures
- Make sure Bluetooth is turned on.
- Determine which pairing process your device employs.
- Turn on discoverable mode.
- Make sure the two devices are in close enough proximity to one another.
- Power the devices off and back on.
- Remove old Bluetooth connections.
How do I pair my Motorola earphones to my phone?
- On the phone, touch Apps, then touch Settings.
- Under Wireless & Networks, turn Bluetooth on.
- Touch Bluetooth to scan for available Bluetooth devices.
- Select Motorola Buds in the list of discovered devices.
- Enter the passkey or pair code: 0000 or 1234.
How do you reset a Motorola Bluetooth?
Go to your phone’s Settings section by tapping the “Apps” icon followed by tapping “Settings.” From there, tap the “Bluetooth” icon and then the device you want to reset. Tap “Unpair” and then reconnect the Bluetooth device to your phone or tablet as you normally would.
How do I pair my Motorola Android phone?
Turn on and connect to a Bluetooth device
- Touch Apps.
- Touch Settings.
- Under Wireless & Networks; Turn Bluetooth on.
- Touch Bluetooth.
- Your phone will be scanning for available Bluetooth devices (make sure your device is in pairing mode)
- Touch the Bluetooth device to select it.
How do I connect my Moto G to Bluetooth?
On your phone, go to Settings > Connected devices. Touch. As the phone searches for available devices, you’ll see. Touch an available device to connect.
How do I pair my Bluetooth headphones to my phone?
Tap the headphones listed. On an Android device, pull down the shade from the top of the phone and long-press the Bluetooth icon. It’ll bring you right to the Bluetooth menu where you can turn it on and then search for devices. Tap the name of the headphones you’re trying to pair.
How do I make my Bluetooth discoverable?
Step 1: Pair a Bluetooth accessory
- Swipe down from the top of the screen.
- Touch and hold Bluetooth.
- Tap Pair new device. If you don’t find Pair new device, check under “Available devices” or tap More. Refresh.
- Tap the name of the Bluetooth device you want to pair with your device.
- Follow any on-screen instructions.
How do I connect my wireless headphones to my Android phone?
How to Connect Bluetooth Headphones to Android Phone
- First Open Settings.
- Next, tap Connections.
- Then tap Bluetooth.
- Then tap Scan at the top-right corner of your screen.
- Next, press and hold the power button on your headphones.
- Finally, find your headphones and tap them.
Why is my headphones not pairing?
If your Bluetooth devices won’t connect, it’s likely because the devices are out of range, or aren’t in pairing mode. If you’re having persistent Bluetooth connection problems, try resetting your devices, or having your phone or tablet “forget” the connection.
How do I fix the Bluetooth pairing problem?
15 ways to fix Bluetooth pairing problems
- Make sure both devices are on.
- Make sure both devices have and support Bluetooth.
- Make sure your devices are compatible with each other.
- Check the manufacturer websites.
- Make sure both devices have Bluetooth turned on.
- Reboot both devices just to be sure.