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Learn how to connect to Bluetooth on the LG Aristo 2 PLUS.

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Pair

Android version 8.0.0

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select the Network tab or scroll to and tap Connected devices > Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth switch to the ON setting.
  4. Tap SEARCH.
  5. Tap a device to pair with.
  6. If prompted, verify the passkey, and then tap Pair.
  7. If prompted, enter the PIN and tap OK.
  8. If prompted, accept the pairing on the other device.
  9. For some Bluetooth headsets, the device may pair and connect without a password or pairing request,
  10. Once connected, the device displays as connected under PAIRED DEVICES.

Android version 7.1.2

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select Networks tab or scroll to WIRELESS NETWORKS > tap Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth switch to the ON setting.
  4. Tap SEARCH.
  5. Tap a device to pair with.
  6. If prompted, verify the passkey, and then tap Pair.
  7. If prompted, enter the PIN and tap OK.
  8. If prompted, accept the pairing on the other device.
  9. For some Bluetooth headsets, the device may pair and connect without a password or pairing request,
  10. Once connected, the device displays as connected under PAIRED DEVICES.

Turn on / off

Android version 8.0.0

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select the Network tab or scroll to and tap Connected devices > Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth switch ON/OFF.

Android version 7.1.2

  1. From any home screen, swipe left to locate and tap Settings.
  2. Select Networks tab or scroll to WIRELESS NETWORKS > tap Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth switch ON/OFF.

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