After the first couple of months of buying a new bluetooth-enabled speaker, I’ve noticed that my speakers are getting more and more like they were brand new.
They’re no longer the same old Bluetooth speakers, they’re different colors and even the size of the speakers has changed.
While I’ve seen some pretty significant improvement in the quality of my speakers after they’ve been out for months, I’m still getting occasional drops.
That’s not good news.
The speaker’s Bluetooth function is a great way to connect to a speaker system, but it’s not always easy to set up.
If you’re not familiar with Bluetooth, you might be wondering how to connect a Bluetooth speaker to your smartphone or tablet, and how to get the speaker to talk to you.
But for now, let’s go over how to wire up your Bluetooth speaker and how you can use it in the simplest way.
The Bluetooth connection process We’ll assume that you’re already familiar with the basics of Bluetooth, and that you have an iPhone, Android or Windows Phone.
If not, it’s a good idea to take a look at our guide on how to set everything up with Bluetooth.
Now that you’ve got everything set up, let us walk you through how to make sure your bluenote speakers work.
Connecting your blueter cable You can connect your bluener cable to your bluemode by following these steps: Plug in your blueteeth device to the speaker’s speaker port.
Make sure the blueter is plugged into the right port.
If it’s the right one, you’ll see a green LED.
Press and hold the speaker button to turn on the Bluetooth feature.
The blueter will vibrate once to indicate that you are connected.
If the Bluetooth Bluetooth is on, you can hear the speaker start to talk.