Turn Bluetooth on or off, scan and connect to other Bluetooth devices, and unpair a connected device.

  1. ENABLE/DISABLE BLUETOOTH: Swipe down from the Notification bar, then select the Settings icon. Select Connections.

    Step 1

  2. Select the Bluetooth switch to turn Bluetooth on and off.

    Note: To optimize battery life, turn Bluetooth off when not in use.

    Step 2

  3. PAIR WITH DEVICE: From the Connections screen, select Bluetooth. Bluetooth will automatically scan for devices. Select the desired device to pair with it.

    Note: If you do not see the desired device, make sure it is set to discoverable then select Scan. As of Android 9.0, you are able to pair up to 5 devices.

    Step 3

  4. Select OK when prompted to request a pairing.

    Note: You may be prompted to enter a passcode (common default passcode is 0000).

    Step 4

  5. UNPAIR A DEVICE: From the Bluetooth screen, select the Settings icon next to the desired paired device. Select Unpair to unpair the device.

    Note: If having trouble pairing/unpairing your device with your vehicle, please refer to your vehicle's user manual for additional information.

    Step 5

  6. QUICKLY TURN ON/OFF BLUETOOTH: Swipe down from the Notification bar, then select the Bluetooth icon.

    Note: For additional information on pairing, please see the Pair Bluetooth Accessory article.

    Step 6

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