So how many times you wanted to connect or sync the bluetooth on your Windows Phone 7 and couldn’t do that just because of some complex settings? So, not anymore from now as we will see on how you can easily sync or connect the Bluetooth on your Windows Phone 7 with other devices be it Android, Blackberry or call it with any other device in the due course of this article.
Procedure to Sync or Connect Bluetooth on Windows Phone 7:
- So first up from your Windows Phone 7, you will have to just slide the glass of your screen so as to get into the list of options. Now, as soon as you get into the options, you will see that there are many options which are listed. So, from all of these, you will have to find and tap on the “Settings” option to get into the same.
- In the “Settings” option, you will see that there are many system applications which can be seen that are “ringtones and sounds”, “themes”, “airplane mode”, “Wi Fi”, “Bluetooth”, “email and accounts” along with many other applications can be found on this screen.
- Now, let’s say if you wish to pair with an Android Phone then first up you will have to enable the bluetooth in your Android phone and ensure that the device is made visible. After doing this, you will have to tap on the “Bluetooth” option to get into the settings and then you just tap on the Bluetooth option so that it turns ON after which the Windows Phone 7 will detect the device as you can see in the video which is shown below.
- Now, from your Android device or the device which you wish to pair, just tap on the Windows Phone 7 bluetooth device connection and after which just tap on the same after which it will ask for the PIN confirmation in your Android device and the same will be asked to confirm on your Windows Phone 7.
That’s it you have now successfully paired the device which has a bluetooth with the Windows Phone 7 easily by following the above mentioned procedure. You can also refer to the video which is mentioned below for a better understanding on how you can Sync / Connect Bluetooth on Windows Phone 7.