Bluetooth connection

Discussion in 'Bluetooth Speakers' started by mdol20, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. mdol20

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    I have an iPad 4 with ios 6.1.2. and I can not see any dispositive via bluetooth

    Can anybody help me?
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  2. goofy8275

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    Hi,
    Please be more specific. What are you trying to connect?
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  3. mdol20

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    It is an speaker DBL. I have not problem to connect with my iPhone but the iPad can not see the speaker
     
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    Bluetooth on the iPad is limited to headphones, speakers and keyboards. The ipad can also operate as a personal hotspot and connect to other devices for the purpose of sharing a data connection.

    if you can't make a connection, there is a good chance that what you are trying to connect is incompatible.

    EDIT: Ignore the above then. Try turning off Bluetooth, and restarting it. That might help. Make sure the speaker is in pairing mode when you turn on Bluetooth.
     
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  5. mdol20

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    It is a speaker and it is compatible with iPad4, that is my iPad
     
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    I have also turn-off and turn-on the bluetooth severaltime but it does not detect the device. My iphone has not problem to connect with the speaker
     
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    Moving this to the Bluetooth speakers section for better assistance.

    Thank you!
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  8. smithlander

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    Dispositive? What you mean, are you referring to negative instead?
     

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