How to Pair Bluetooth with an iPod


IPod personal audio devices originally required a set of wired headphones for listening to loaded audio files. You can connect a Bluetooth device to your iPod if it is equipped with Bluetooth functionality. Most iPod models are Bluetooth-capable. Add wireless headphones in minutes, providing more flexibility in your day-to-day activities while still listening to your favorite music.

  • Set your Bluetooth device in discovery mode. The exact process for this will vary based on the device and the manufacturer. Check the instructions that came with the device.

  • Tap the Settings menu on your iPod. Select the General menu option followed by Bluetooth.

  • Select On to activate the Bluetooth service on your iPod. Select the Bluetooth device in the list of available devices that pops up once you turn the Bluetooth service on.

  • Enter the passkey or PIN supplied with the Bluetooth device, if necessary. Click "OK." Wait for the iPod screen to confirm that pairing is successful.

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  • "Apple iPod Touch User Guide"; Apple, Inc.; 2009
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