Step 1: Checking whether it is a speaker issue. Most probably you will face screws open those screws by the screwdriver so you can access the wires that connected to the speaker internally. CAUTION: Be sure that you have already removed the batteries that are inside the wireless headphone just in case if there could be any short circuit with the wires so no defection would occur. Bring the additional aux cable that has a jack on one end If you do not have such a cable you can either cut a similar cable from another old speaker or headphone from one end and leave the jack on the other end or bring an aux cable and manually fix the jack on it. Twist each cable end on one cable of the speaker tightly temporarily without soldering it NOTE: To do it the proper way, you need to use the soldering tool to remove the solder from the points were original cables are soldered on the speaker, then solder the new cable on the same points, but remember that you have to remove the temporary cable again by using the soldering tool. Plug the other end of the cable the jack plug into a media device player socket.
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Email Using a Bluetooth headset can be a liberating experience. Instead of holding your phone, you pop a headset into your ear. These instructions apply to devices running iOS 7 or later. How to Pair a Bluetooth Headset to an iPhone Before you begin, make sure that both your smartphone and your Bluetooth headset have plenty of battery left.
Alternatively, you can turn on Bluetooth using the Control Center. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen, and then tap the Bluetooth icon. The button will turn blue when the feature is active. Many headsets go into pairing mode automatically the first time you turn them on. Once the headset is in pairing mode, your iPhone should "discover" it.
Tap the name of the headset, and the iPhone will connect to it. Some headsets may ask you to enter a PIN to verify paring. The headset manufacturer should supply the number you need.
Now you can begin using the headset. Tap the Bluetooth headset icon, and the call will go there. Now you should be connected.
Accept Calls Using Your Bluetooth Headset When a call comes into your iPhone, you can answer it directly from your Bluetooth headset by pressing the appropriate button.
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