How To Use Blootooth On Fire Phone And Pair It With Bloothoth Devices
Blootooth lets you easily pair your Fire phone with other devices like speakers, keyboards, mice or other phones.
In this extra short tutorial you will learn how to use Bluetooth technology on your Fire phone and pair your phone with other devices. Let’s start.
Turn On Bluetooth In Fire Phone
Turning on Bluetooth in your Fire phone is extremely easy.
All you need to do is:
- Access the Quick Actions panel by swiping down the screen or swiveling your wrist.
- Tap on the Bluetooth icon. When it’s gray, Bluetooth is inactive. When it’s orange, it’s active.
- Tap and hold the Bluetooth icon to open Bluetooth settings.
Pair Your Fire With A Bluetooth Device
From the Bluetooth settings, you can pair your Fire phone with a Bluetooth device. Before you do that, make sure that the Bluetooth accessory is within range and is compatible with your Fire.
Here’s how you pair a Bluetooth device:
- Make sure Bluetooth is OK. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi & Networks and then tap Pair a Bluetooth Device.
- Wait while your Fire phone is scanning in search of available devices.
- Click on the device once it’s discovered.
- Follow any additional pairing instructions like the one on the screenshot below.
- When you successfully pair your Fire with another Bluetooth device ,your Fire phone will remember it. If you want to forget this device, just click on it and tap on Forget.
Supported Bluetooth Profiles
In order to be able to pair and use a Bluetooth accessory with you Fire phone, you have to make sure that it has a supported profile. Note that low energy devices (such as some fitness bands or smartwatches) aren’t supported.
Here is the list of supported Bluetooth profiles:
- Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
- Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
- Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
- Human Interface Device Profile (HID)
- Object Push Profile (OPP)
- Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)
- Serial Port Profile (SPP)
You can find more detailed description of each of these profiles on this article on Amazon Fire Phone Help.