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M7 Smart Monitor Bluetooth Pairing Issue

(Topic created: 10-31-2021 08:21 PM)
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gb21
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I just bought an M7 Smart Monitor and it is not recognizing any of my Bluetooth products while doing a search.  I've tried connecting the following products with no success. 

1) Samsung Galaxy Bud Pro Earbuds

2) Apple Air Pods

3) UE Megaboom Speakers

4) Jabra Evolve 2 Headsets

I also did a factory reset and the problem still exists. 

Please suggest how to solve this problem.  Thanks.

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gb21
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Here's the solution:

1) Connecting a Bluetooth Device that is NOT a mouse or Keyboard

- Select Sound

- Select Sound Output

- Select Bluetooth Speaker List

- Search for your Bluetooth device (i.e. Galaxy Ear Buds, Apple Air Pods, External Speakers, etc)

2) Connecting a Bluetooth Mouse or Keyboard

- Select Settings

- Select General

- Select External Device Manager

- Select Input Device Manager

- Select Bluetooth Device LIst to search for your keyboard or mouse

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ddaniel51
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An M7 User manual stated it's Bluetooth works with  keyboards, mice, and gamepads.  There was no mention of connecting to audio devices.

 

 

SammyJung
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My galaxy buds bro connects to the monitor.
gb21
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I'm sure it was seamless like any other bluetooth feature in a device and that you didn't have to enable anything in the Smart Monitor.  I think I may have a defective monitor.  This is the only feature that is not working.

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gb21
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Here's the solution:

1) Connecting a Bluetooth Device that is NOT a mouse or Keyboard

- Select Sound

- Select Sound Output

- Select Bluetooth Speaker List

- Search for your Bluetooth device (i.e. Galaxy Ear Buds, Apple Air Pods, External Speakers, etc)

2) Connecting a Bluetooth Mouse or Keyboard

- Select Settings

- Select General

- Select External Device Manager

- Select Input Device Manager

- Select Bluetooth Device LIst to search for your keyboard or mouse

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