Turn on Bluetooth on your phone(Android, iPhone)

Bluetooth is one of the best, most reliable approaches to transferring data from one phone to another, or basically any other device that is using it. There is not a shadow of doubt that this is one of the reasons why it has been used by millions every day. Roughly talking, there is probably no phone today that does not support this feature. What is more, nowadays many other products as headsets for example, are using bluetooth as well. Therefore, it is a good idea to know how to turn it easily on and off whenever you need. On the whole, the process is very simple, especially for people who have previous experience working with it. All you need is a little patience, while you are simply going through the guide, provided below.

How to turn on Bluetooth on your Android phone? 

Step 1 - Navigate to the settings app

In the applications tab in one of the pages on your phone, you will most surely find one called “Settings” or “System Settings”. Another way you can access it is by pulling down the menu from the top and choosing the little gear(represents the icon for the settings) in the upper right corner of the screen.

Once you have found it, go ahead and open it so we can begin with the process.

Step 2 - Turn the bluetooth on

After you have entered the application, take a quick look around and you will most surely notice the bluetooth icon. Most of the times, it is in the second row, after the Wi-fi. Once you have located it, simply tap the trigger next to it, until it gets green. This means that is now working. Another way that you can use for knowing if your bluetooth is on, is by looking at the very top of your home screen. If the Bluetooth sign is there, then it is working.

How to turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone? 

Using bluetooth on your iPhone is pretty much the same. We will go over it so you are sure that everything is as it is supposed to be.

Step 1 - Open the “Settings” application

Go around your phone and find the settings as it is obvious that we will be working from there. As stated before, the process is fairly close to the Android one.

Here is a relevant video that will help you turn your bluetooth on.

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