How to Change the Language in My BlueAnt ST3


The BlueAnt Supertooth 3, also called the ST3, is a wireless speakerphone that uses Bluetooth technology to connect to a mobile device so that it can play the audio from the device. The ST3 will give you voice commands while you use it and will also read out your caller ID on incoming calls, so you need to set up the correct language if you want to be able to use the speakerphone. When you first paired the ST3, you were given an option between six languages, but once you made your decision, the only way to change the language is to reset the ST3 and go through the pairing process again.

  • Delete the Supertooth 3 from any device that it is currently paired with. This process will vary based on what type of device you have, but for most devices it will involve accessing the ""Bluetooth" menu, selecting the SuperTooth 3 and choosing "Delete." Consult your device manual for instructions specific to your device.

  • Press and hold the green button on the face of the ST3 for about five seconds until the device powers down.

  • Press and hold the volume up button and the green button for about three seconds. When you hear the ST3 emit a loud beep, release the buttons. The device will turn itself on.

  • Press and hold the green button for about five seconds to turn the device off again. The ST3 is now reset.

  • Press and hold the green button for about six seconds until the LED starts to blink between red and blue. Listen for the voice commands from the ST3. The device will say, "Press the green button to select..." and then give a language. When you hear the language that you want, immediately press the green button once.

  • Go to the "Bluetooth" menu on your wireless device and search for nearby devices. Some devices will automatically search when you enter the "Bluetooth" menu, while on others you will have to press "Search" or "Add."

  • Select "BlueAnt ST3" from the list of devices. Enter "0000" when you are asked for a password or PIN code. Press "OK" or "Done" to complete the pairing process.

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