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Turn On/Off Pair a Device Rename a Paired Device Share Internet Access Turn On/Off Contact Sharing Unpair a Device Send a Photo/Video
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Turn On/Off

If we want to pair Bluetooth devices, such as headphones, inEars or speakers with the realme smartphone, the general Bluetooth function must first be activated.
This is done either via the Bluetooth settings or via the quick settings of the status bar.

Note: If Bluetooth is not used, we recommend disabling the feature to reduce battery consumption.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Enable or disable  Bluetooth
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Enable or disable Bluetooth
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Pair a Device

In order to use Bluetooth devices such as headphones, in-ears or speakers, the devices must first be connected or paired with the realme smartphone. 

Depending on the type of device being paired, a PIN code must be entered and confirmed by both devices.

Paired devices do not have to be reconnected, but remain stored until the pairing is manually removed.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Select an  Available device
Step 4: Tap on  Pair
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Select an Available device
  4. Tap on Pair
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Rename a Paired Device

Many devices are only displayed with a serial number, the MAC address or the model code after successful pairing, which is not particularly practical if there are already several pairings.

To keep track of the list of paired devices on the realme smartphone, we can rename each individual Bluetooth device.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Select a  Paired device
Step 4: Tap on  Device name
Step 5: Enter a  Name  and tap on  Save
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Select a Paired device
  4. Tap on Device name
  5. Enter a Name and tap on Save
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Share Internet Access

Similar to Bluetooth tethering, the realme smartphone can provide an Internet connection to a paired device. To do this, we navigate to the settings of the paired device and grant permission or enable Internet access.

Note: It does not matter whether these are devices such as laptops, tablets or other smartphones.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Select a  Paired device
Step 4: Enable or disable  Internet Access
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Select a Paired device
  4. Enable or disable Internet Access
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Turn On/Off Contact Sharing

Some paired Bluetooth devices, such as laptops, smartphones or audio systems in the car, can be given access to the stored contacts of the realme smartphone in order to process the available information, voice commands via a compatible car radio being a good example.

Contact sharing can be granted and denied individually for each paired Bluetooth device at any time.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Select a  Paired device
Step 4: Enable or disable  Contact sharing
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Select a Paired device
  4. Enable or disable Contact sharing
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Unpair a Device

The saved pairings to smartphones, tablets or headphones, for example, can be deleted or cancelled on the realme smartphone at any time if a Bluetooth device is no longer to be used.

If a device is unpaired, all corresponding settings or authorizations are cancelled and deleted.

Note: To be able to use aBluetooth device after unpairing, it must be paired again.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 3: Select a  Paired device
Step 4: Tap on  Unpair
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Bluetooth
  3. Select a Paired device
  4. Tap on Unpair
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Send a Photo/Video

We can send files on the realme smartphone directly to paired devices, provided they are within range. This means, for example, that photos or videos can be sent to smart TVs, laptops or other smartphones. 
It is also possible to send (PDF) documents to compatible printers.

This is done via the Share or Send button after selecting an archive.

Android 11 | realme UI 2.0
Step 1: Choose a  Photo/Video
Step 2: Tap on  Send
Step 3: Tap on  Bluetooth
Step 4: Choose an  Available   Bluetooth Device
  1. Choose a Photo/Video
  2. Tap on Send
  3. Tap on Bluetooth
  4. Choose an Available Bluetooth Device
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