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CONNECTING IPAD TO A
BLUETOOTH DEVICE –
IPAD TUTORIAL PART 2
Your iPad or iPad mini is configured to use a wireless
technology called Bluetooth, which enables you to make
wireless con...
Making your device discoverable. Unlike Wi-Fi devices that
broadcast their signals constantly, most Bluetooth devices
only...
Making your tablet discoverable
Your first order of Bluetooth business is to ensure that your iPad
or iPad mini is discove...
www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
Use the Bluetooth screen to make your iPad or iPad mini
discoverable.
Pairing or unpairing iPad
Follow these general steps to pair your iPad or iPad mini with a
Bluetooth device:
1.On the Home...
4.Tap the name of the Bluetooth device. If your iPad or iPad
mini can pair with the device automatically, you see Connecte...
The device name appears in
the Bluetooth screen when it
becomes discoverable.
www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
When you no longer plan to use a Bluetooth device for a long
period of time, follow these steps to unpair it from your iPa...
After you pair a Bluetooth headset, your iPad or iPad mini
usually starts using the headset as the output device right awa...
Tap the AirPlay button to see a list of audio output
devices.
www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
iPad Owners.....
Are You ready To
Get The Most Out Of
Your iPad?!
www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
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Your iPad or iPad mini is configured to use a wireless technology called Bluetooth, which enables you to make wireless connections to other Bluetooth-friendly devices. For your iPad or iPad mini, this includes Bluetooth headsets, keyboards, speakers, and printers.

In theory, connecting Bluetooth devices should be criminally easy: You turn on the Bluetooth feature on each device — in Bluetooth jargon, you make the device discoverable — bring them within 33 feet of each other, and they connect without further ado. In practice, however, there’s usually at least a bit of further ado (and sometimes plenty of it).

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  1. 1. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com CONNECTING IPAD TO A BLUETOOTH DEVICE – IPAD TUTORIAL PART 2
  2. 2. Your iPad or iPad mini is configured to use a wireless technology called Bluetooth, which enables you to make wireless connections to other Bluetooth-friendly devices. For your iPad or iPad mini, this includes Bluetooth headsets, keyboards, speakers, and printers. In theory, connecting Bluetooth devices should be criminally easy: You turn on the Bluetooth feature on each device — in Bluetooth jargon, you make the device discoverable — bring them within 33 feet of each other, and they connect without further ado. In practice, however, there’s usually at least a bit of further ado (and sometimes plenty of it). This usually takes one or both of the following forms: www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  3. 3. Making your device discoverable. Unlike Wi-Fi devices that broadcast their signals constantly, most Bluetooth devices only broadcast their availability when you say so. This makes sense in many cases because you usually only want to connect a Bluetooth component such as a headset or keyboard with a single device. By controlling when the device is discoverable, you ensure that it works only with the device you want it to. Pairing the tablet and the device. As a security precaution, many Bluetooth devices need to be paired with another device before the connection is established. In most cases, the pairing is accomplished by entering a multi-digit passkey — iOS calls it a PIN — that you must then also enter into the Bluetooth device (assuming, of course, that it has some kind of keypad). In the case of a headset, the device comes with a default passkey that you must type into your tablet to set up the pairing. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  4. 4. Making your tablet discoverable Your first order of Bluetooth business is to ensure that your iPad or iPad mini is discoverable. Follow these steps to activate the Bluetooth feature and make your tablet discoverable: 1.On the Home screen, tap Settings. The Settings screen appears. 2.Tap Bluetooth. The Bluetooth screen appears. 3.Tap the Bluetooth On/Off button to change the setting to On. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  5. 5. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com Use the Bluetooth screen to make your iPad or iPad mini discoverable.
  6. 6. Pairing or unpairing iPad Follow these general steps to pair your iPad or iPad mini with a Bluetooth device: 1.On the Home screen, tap Settings. The Settings screen appears. 2.Tap Bluetooth. The Bluetooth screen appears. 3.If the device has a separate switch or button that makes it discoverable, switch it on or press it. Wait until you see the device name appear in the Bluetooth screen. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  7. 7. 4.Tap the name of the Bluetooth device. If your iPad or iPad mini can pair with the device automatically, you see Connected in the Bluetooth screen and you can skip the rest of these steps. Otherwise, your iPad or iPad mini displays a PIN that you must enter on the device. 5.Type the device PIN. Your iPad or iPad mini pairs with the device and returns you to the Bluetooth screen, where you now see Connected beside the device name. 6.Tap Quit, and the device is ready to use. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  8. 8. The device name appears in the Bluetooth screen when it becomes discoverable. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  9. 9. When you no longer plan to use a Bluetooth device for a long period of time, follow these steps to unpair it from your iPad or iPad mini: 1.On the Home screen, tap Settings. The Settings screen appears. 2.Tap Bluetooth. The Bluetooth screen appears. 3.Tap the name of the Bluetooth device. 4.Tap Forget this Device. Your iPad or iPad mini unpairs the device. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  10. 10. After you pair a Bluetooth headset, your iPad or iPad mini usually starts using the headset as the output device right away. If it doesn’t or if you want to switch back to using the iPad or iPad mini as the output device, follow these steps: 1.Double-tap the Home button to display the multitasking controls. 2.Swipe right to bring the audio controls into view. 3.Tap the AirPlay button (it’s to the right of the Next/Fast Forward button). Your iPad or iPad mini displays a list of output devices. 4.Tap the device you want to use for audio output. Your tablet starts playing the song through the device.www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  11. 11. Tap the AirPlay button to see a list of audio output devices. www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
  12. 12. iPad Owners..... Are You ready To Get The Most Out Of Your iPad?! www.ipadvideo.firstnewsupdate.com
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