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NEXUS 5 D820 BLUETOOTH BASICS

Operation Cell Phones Last Updated 04/20/2018
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NEXUS 5 D820 BLUETOOTH BASICS

Bluetooth is an open wireless standard used to transfer data to and from your device. With Bluetooth, you can listen to music with wireless headphones and transfer files to and from a compatible computer.

Access Bluetooth Settings
Pair a Bluetooth Headset to Your Device
Unpair a Bluetooth Headset


Access Bluetooth Settings
  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps > Settings > Bluetooth

  2. Tap the Bluetooth switch to enable.

  3. Tap Nexus 5 to allow other Bluetooth devices to see your phone for pairing and connection.

  4. Tap the Menu key to:

  • Rename phone - Tap to rename your device.
  • Visibility timeout - Tap to set when your bluetooth visibility times out.
  • Show received files - Tap to show your bluetooth received files.
  • Help - Tap to access Google support page for Bluetooth on your Nexus 5. An active data connection is required.
Pair a Bluetooth Headset to Your Device
  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps > Settings > Bluetooth

  2. Tap the Bluetooth switch to enable.

  3. Set your Bluetooth headset to pairing mode. Please refer to your headset's user guide for instructions.

  4. Tap SEARCH FOR DEVICES at the bottom of the screen. A list of available devices will then be displayed.

  5. Tap on the device you want to pair with from the list. If your device requires a pin code you will be prompted to enter it.

  6. After a successful connection, Connected will display next to your headset in the list. Generally, if both your phone (Bluetooth must be enabled) and headset are on, they will auto-connect.
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Unpair a Bluetooth Headset
  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps > Settings > Bluetooth

  2. Tap the Bluetooth switch to enable.

  3. Tap the Action Settings icon next to your headset in the list.

  4. Select Unpair. Your device will no longer be connected to your headset. You will be required to re-pair your device if you want to connect to the device again.

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