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    Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    suppose that one device is already paired with another android device.Is it possible to pair another device at the same time with the same device? If yes then how.

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    pankaj26 pankaj26 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    no dude you cant connect multiple devices at a time,because bluetooth protocol is only one-to-one.
    ie., one phone or one headset, or any other device at a time.bluetooth can only handle uni-cast.but not the multicast(one to many) .
    and it might be depending up on the bluetooth class also .

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    Good Evening ,


    Yes , you should be able to pair multiple bluetooth device at a time

    This is the main and nice feature of Android phone

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    Android is one of the most developed operating systems for mobile phones and tablets these days and android phones can surely get paired as well as connected to more than one device simultaneously over Bluetooth ..For getting done the same , you would have to follow the below given procedure :

    1) Turn your Bluetooth on .
    2) Send a connect request from your one Bluetooth device to your mobile and accept the same from your mobile .
    3) Now send a connection request from another bluetooth device to your mobile and accept the connect request in a similar way you did in step 1 …

    I would also like to inform you that when you connect multiple devices to your phone via Bluetooth , the quality of connection decreases ….e.g if you and your friend are watching a movie over Bluetooth headsets from the same mobile , a noise continuosly interferes with your audio …It would be better if you could go for combo packs that include keyboard , mouse , headsets in one single device ….besides if you are using them individually , be sure you connect keyboard first , mouse second and headset at the last of all . I believe that this could lower down the interference a bit .

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    I think you would not be able to pair with more than one device at same time via Bluetooth

    Off course you can add several devices but you can only pair one at time

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    Hello Dear Friend,

    As you want to know about Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth for this as you should be able to pair multiple bluetooth device at a time as this is the main and nice feature of Android phone in comparisons to others one.
    Thanks you for contacting.....Hope this will help you a lot......All the Best..............!!
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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    I tried to connect my device with more than one device & it worked.I was able to connect it with 2 phones at a time,it could have connected with more than 2 phone..But it is important to have pair with other device also.When switch on the Bluetooth then you need to scan & make pair with one device & then immediately with other device.While connecting be sure that you & pair maker not doing anything.It drain lots of battery.If you want to experience then do it.

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    yes it possible to connect with two or more then two devices together
    there should not be any problem while connecting
    just switch on bluetooth of all device an try to connect it will sure

    thank you

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    Nope its till now not posssible.But Samsung is working on it as per letternews.
    Actually it works on TCP/IP protocol and uses J-K flip flop
    It makes connection to a single bluetooth at a time.
    But you can see all the devices in your surrounding which is having bluetooth ON

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    Hey dude..
    you can pair up as many devices as you want with Bluetooth..
    but can never use multiple of them at same time..

    Bluetooth connection is meant for transferring files between two devices only at a given time..

    So no, you can not transfer files to multiple devices at same time..

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    Re: Can an Android Device Pair up with More than One Device at the same time via Bluetooth?

    Hello

    Yes you can pair with as many bluetooth devices as you want. But while sending it will get queued so the pics or videos will go one by one in a queue

    And while receiving you can receive from any number of devices you want. Just try it out and you will be surprised to see you will be receiving pics from 7 different devices at a time.

    Thank You

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