Want to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers and Headphones to One Phone At A Time, Follow These Steps

Jul 19 2021 02:02 PM
Want to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers and Headphones to One Phone At A Time, Follow These Steps

Ever you thought hoe to connect more than one headphones or speaker Bluetooth speaker to the same Android phone or iPhone at the same time? Connecting multiple Bluetooth speakers or headphones largely depends on the equipment you have, and the native Bluetooth version you support on your phone. Though that there are a few ways in which you can do something similar with the Bluetooth connection. Take an example, Bluetooth v4.2 supports only one-on-one device connection. Bluetooth v5, on the other hand, expands the connection to up to 120 meters and allows you to pair up to two devices at once. Some speakers from Bose have their own audio apps that offer the functionality to pair two speakers at once. However, not all companies provide these functions.

How to connect two Bluetooth headphones and speakers to one phone


*Android users need to go to Bluetooth Settings and pair either Bluetooth headphones or speakers one by one.
*Once connected, tap the three-dot icon on the right and click on Advanced Settings. Toggle on the ‘dual audio' option if not already turned on. This should enable users to connect to two devices at once.
*Android 10 and above users can access their connected Bluetooth devices by clicking on Media in the Quick Panel and selecting both the paired devices for audio output.
*iPhone users need to go to Control Center. Tap on the Airplay icon and select either the paired wireless headphones or speakers to output audio simultaneously. Deselecting any one of the headphones or speakers will stop the sharing of audio on that particular device.

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