Pairing your headset with an Android or iOS device
To pair your headset with an Android device, you can use either NFC or Bluetooth. NFC launches the pairing, connection and setup procedures automatically, while Bluetooth lets you set up your headset manually.
To pair your headset with an iOS device, use Bluetooth.
You must install the host application on the Android or iOS device to use all of the headset functions.
To install the host application
- For Android devices find and tap to open the Play Store™. For iOS devices find and tap App Store.
- Tap the search icon, then search for "SBH56".
- Select the SBH56 host application, then follow the on-screen instructions.
You must install the host application to use all of the headset functions.
To pair your headset with an Android device using NFC
- Make sure that your headset is fully charged.
- On the Android device, make sure that NFC is turned on. Open the host application.
- Follow the on-screen instructions and touch the NFC area of your headset against the NFC detection area of the Android device.
If your headset does not respond to the pairing procedure, you can reset it. To factory reset your headset, first turn it off. Press and hold and at the same time until the LED indicator flashes green and the device restarts.
If your headset is turned off, it will turn on if the NFC detection area touches another NFC device. If you have problems pairing your device with an Android device using NFC, try to connect manually using Bluetooth.
To pair your headset with an Android or iOS device using Bluetooth
- Make sure that your headset is fully charged, and that Bluetooth is turned on.
- Turn off your headset.
- Press and hold down on your headset until the LED indicator flashes in blue.
- Scan for available Bluetooth devices on the Android or iOS device, then select SBH56 from the list of available Bluetooth devices.