How to Connect a Bluetooth Phone to a PS3


The PS3 (PlayStation 3) has a built-in Bluetooth feature. This enables users to connect other Bluetooth devices, including cell phones, headsets and computers. As long as you have another device that has a Bluetooth feature, you can sync it with your PS3. Headsets let users have multi-player games and cell phones allow users to download information between electronics. Fortunately, syncing a cell phone with a PS3 only takes a few minutes due to the built-in settings.

  • Power on your PS3.

  • Go to "Settings" > "Accessory Settings" > "Register Bluetooth Device" > "Register Headset/Microphone/Headphones."

  • Bring your cell phone within a few feet of the PS3. Enable the Bluetooth feature on the phone.

  • Click on "Start Scanning" on your PS3 and wait for it to find and display the name of your cell phone.

  • Click on the name of your cell phone on the PS3.

  • Type "0000" as the password when prompted. This is the default password for most Bluetooth features. The two devices are synced until you turn off the cell phone's Bluetooth.

  • Click on "Audio Device Settings" on your PS3 and then switch it to "Output Device" > "Cell Phone."

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