Settings Bluetooth® Devices

You can adjust the various settings related to the Bluetooth® feature.

Bluetooth® Feature

To disable the Bluetooth® feature, select the checkbox to remove the checkmark.

For details about the use of the Bluetooth® feature when flight mode is on, see "Flight Mode".

Bluetooth® Device Settings

Saved and found Bluetooth® devices will be displayed.

Bluetooth Device settings screen. Labeled A and C starting from the top.

A )
Audio input/output status
Shows the audio input/output status for the Bluetooth® devices such as the headset.
B )
Device icons
Shows the types of found Bluetooth® devices using icons.
Computer icon Computer
Cell phone, smartphone icon Cell phone, smartphone
Headset icon Headset
Speaker icon Speakers
Mouse icon Mouse
Keyboard icon Keyboard
Printer icon Printer
No icon Other devices
C )
Connection status
Display the connection status of the registered Bluetooth® devices.
Lit Connected
Out Not connected

Pairing Bluetooth® devices

To connect a Bluetooth® device to your system, you must first pair the Bluetooth® device with your system.
To pair the Bluetooth® device with your system, select the Bluetooth® device you want to connect to and enter the pass key. After entering the pass key, the pairing will complete.
For devices that do not require a pass key, you do not need to enter the pass key. Follow the instructions that are displayed.

Connecting Bluetooth® devices

Select the Bluetooth® device you want to connect to and then select [Connect].

  • Bluetooth® devices that support the following profile can be paired with your system. Refer to the instruction manual for the supported profiles on the Bluetooth® device you will use.
    • A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
    • AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
    • HSP (Headset Profile)
    • HID (Human Interface Device Profile)
  • When the number of Bluetooth® devices that can be paired with your system is exceeded, delete any devices you no longer need from the list of devices that are already paired.
  • You can connect up to seven Bluetooth® devices at one time.
  • For details on how to operate the Bluetooth® device, refer to the instruction manual for the device you are using.

Prioritize Bluetooth® Device Microphone

To prioritize the Bluetooth® device microphone over the system microphone, select this checkbox to set a checkmark.

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