With Bluetooth, you can connect your Windows Phone device to just about any Bluetooth accessory you can imagine: Headsets, speakers, keyboards, other phones, anything. If you’re asked for a passcode, try 1234 or 0000. If those don’t work, you’ll need to grab your device’s manual to find the exact passcode.
- In the App list, tap Settings.
- On the Settings screen, tap Bluetooth and change its status to On.
- Your phone will search for nearby Bluetooth devices. Your phone will also be “discoverable” meaning other Bluetooth devices can see and pair with it when you’re on this screen.
- Ensure the Bluetooth device you want to pair is turned on and is discoverable. The process for making your device discoverable varies; you might need to check the Bluetooth device’s manual.
- In the list of available Bluetooth devices, tap the accessory you want to pair with.
- If the device requires a PIN or pairing code, enter that code on your phone.
Tip: To find instructions to make your Bluetooth device discoverable and to find the PIN or pairing code, check your devices manual or search for your device on headsets.com.