So you just acquired a new pair of Bose headphones.
These high-quality headphones are fantastic, although they might be tricky to set up.
If you’re looking for instructions on how to link Bose headphones with your phone, look no further!
What is the procedure for connecting my Bose headphones to my phone?
When you switch on the Bose headphones and go to the Bluetooth tab in Settings on your phone, you can link them with the phone. This allows the two devices to identify one other and allows the Bluetooth to connect to the link that the phone is transmitting.
After that, keep reading to find out what you should do next.
Make sure both devices are ready to pair.
It’s critical to ensure that both the headphones and the phone are ready and capable of pairing with one another.
Check that the headphones are turned on and that the phone is permitting new connections before beginning this phase of preparation.
This may be found under the Bluetooth tab of your phone’s Settings app.
When the blue LED lights flash continuously, the headphones are turned on.
When the loading circle next to the “New Devices” tab is spinning, the phone is capable of allowing new connections.
After those features have been activated, you may go to the next stage of pairing your headphones with your phone.
Allow the devices to communicate with one other.
The name of the Bluetooth device should appear in the list of devices under the heading “New Devices.”
Click on the name of the device you’re trying to link when it displays.
The headphones should now be connected to the phone as a result of this step.
When the LED lights on the headphones stop flickering and become a solid blue LED light, the device is connected.
Make sure the name of the Bluetooth headphones is under the tab that reads “My Devices” and says the term “Connected” to the right of the name of the device on the phone to know you’re connected.
Pressing the power button on the side of the headphones for three seconds is another approach to ensure the headphones are connected to the appropriate device.
This will cause the headphones to announce the device to which they are currently attached.
Connecting to an iPhone
If you’re trying to pair your Bluetooth headphones with an iPhone, the steps outlined above are still valid and required to begin the pairing process.
After you’ve finished those preliminary steps, you’ll want to turn your attention to your iPhone.
Download the Bose Connect app from the App Store.
This not only makes connecting your iPhone and headphones go more smoothly, but it also serves as a useful tool for monitoring the headphones’ functionality and any audio issues that may arise.
If you haven’t previously done so, go inside the app and create an account if you haven’t already done so before installing the app on your device.
After you’ve made an account, you may choose which headphones you’d want to connect.
The app should identify the headphones and link them to the app in a matter of seconds.
Once this is done, even when the headphones are closed and not in use, they will stay linked to the app.
The connection between that device and the headphones will be reestablished once the app is accessed and the headphones are switched on.
If you don’t want to download the Bose app for any reason, you may still connect the headphones to your smartphone without it.
The first step is to open the settings app and select the Bluetooth option.
You’ll want to switch on the Bluetooth connection after you’ve arrived.
If you don’t want to go into settings, you may switch it on by simply sliding up on the home screen and hitting the Bluetooth symbol on the button in the upper left-hand box.
You’ll then switch on your headphones and make sure the iPhone and headphones are near to each other after those connections on your iPhone are turned on.
You’ll need to go all the way into the settings app and open the Bluetooth page for the following step.
When you open this page, your phone should start looking for new Bluetooth devices in the area.
Under the “Other Devices” tab, the name of the device you’re trying for the couple should appear.
To pair the two devices, hit the button that corresponds to the Bluetooth device you wish to link, and it should connect in a matter of seconds.
The “Linked” words next to the name of the Bluetooth device on your iPhone will indicate that the connection was successful, and your connected device will be shown under the “My Devices” menu.
The blue LED lights on your headphones will cease flickering and become solid, indicating that your connection was successful.
Connecting to an Android device
The methods for connecting your Bose headphones to an Android phone are fairly similar to those for connecting to an iPhone.
While the fundamental stages apply to an Android as well, certain variations must be addressed to contour the process successfully.
The Apple App Store is not available on Android smartphones, which is one of the major distinctions.
The good news is that you can still get the Bose app for your Android smartphone through the Google Play Store.
After you’ve downloaded the app from the Google Play Store, follow the identical procedures as described above for connecting with an iPhone.
You may couple the two devices by going straight to the Bluetooth tab in settings and following the steps, or by swiping up on the home screen and connecting through the Bluetooth button that way, just as you can with an iPhone.
Either way, the connection between the two devices is made, exactly as it is when connecting with an iPhone.