How To Pair Samsung Galaxy Note 9 To a Bluetooth Device

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is an Android phablet smartphone designed, developed and marketed by Samsung Electronics as part of the Samsung Galaxy Note series. It was unveiled on 9 August 2018, as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

The Note 9 has a 6.4 inch 1440p Super AMOLED display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The design on the front is otherwise similar to the Note 8, using an “Infinity Display” as marketed by Samsung.

The Note 9 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC in the U.S. and China or a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC outside the U.S. & China. It has 128 or 512 GB storage options. The 128 GB model has 6 GB of RAM while the 512 GB has 8 GB of RAM. All models also have a microSD card slot as well potentially maxing out the phones storage to nearly a Terabyte of data.

The Note 9 has IP68 water & dust resistance and a USB-C connector that supports Samsung DeX without a dock and the phone also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack along with AKG tuned stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support.

 

How To Pair Samsung Galaxy Note 9 To a Bluetooth Device:

 

By following these steps:

Connect to a Bluetooth Device:

Did you just get new Bluetooth headphones you can’t wait to try out? First, make sure the Bluetooth device is in pairing mode. If you are not sure how to start pairing mode on the Bluetooth device, check the user manual that came with it.

 

Notification Panel:

To open the Notification Panel, swipe down from the top of the screen. Touch the Bluetooth icon to turn on Bluetooth accessibility, and then select the device you want to connect to.

 

Settings:

From Settings, search for and select Bluetooth. To turn on Bluetooth, touch the slider, and then select the device you want to connect to.

If needed, follow the on-screen instructions to connect your phone to the Bluetooth device. The instructions will vary by device.

 

Disconnect from a Bluetooth Device:

Bluetooth is super convenient, but it can drain your phone. When you’re done listening to music or using a wireless device, you should turn off Bluetooth to save battery.

 

Notification Panel:

To open the Notification Panel, swipe down from the top of the screen. Touch the Bluetooth icon to turn it off.
Settings
From Settings, search for and select Bluetooth. To turn it off, touch the slider.

 

Unpair from a Bluetooth Device:

Maybe you want to try those headphones with your new laptop next. If so, unpair them from your phone’s Bluetooth, so you can connect them to a different device.

 

Notification Panel:

To open the Notification Panel, swipe down from the top of the screen, and then touch and hold the Bluetooth icon. Touch Settings next to the paired device, and then touch Unpair.
Note: To connect again or connect a different device, you have to pair the devices.

 

Settings:

From Settings, search for and select Bluetooth. Touch Settings next to the paired device, and then touch Unpair.

 

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