How Google plans to sync Bluetooth headphone pairing across your devices

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Google is taking an extra step toward making Bluetooth headsets and speakers easier to pair on Android. Now your Google account can remember Fast Pair-compatible headphones you’ve used and automatically transfer the connection to another phone.

Google plans sync Bluetooth

Google plans to sync Bluetooth headphone

Fast Pair isn’t a new Android feature: it originally launched in October of last year. However, adoption has been slow, even with JayBirds producing a few Fast Pair headsets. Today’s Google announcement also pledges more support from the likes of Anker and even Bose. Taking it a step further, Google is also bringing Fast Pair to Chromebooks next year with the same features.

Like before, turning on compatible Fast Pair headphones or speakers will automatically generate a pop-up on your Android 6.0+ phone, hastening the pairing process. With this update, your Google account will remember the headphones you’ve paired to, then carry the information to other smartphones you sign into. Apple’s AirPods follow a nearly identical pairing procedure, including syncing with an Apple ID to transfer across devices.

It’s added convenience for what should be a standard feature in high-end Bluetooth headphones, especially with the number of phones with headphone jacks decreasing and USB-C earbuds slowly taking their place.

Google plans to sync Bluetooth headphone Steps

Step 1: Pair
  1. Open your phone or tablet’s Settings app.
  2. Tap Connected devices Connection preferences Bluetooth. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on. …
  3. Tap Pair new device.
  4. Tap the name of the Bluetooth device you want to pair with your phone or tablet.
  5. Follow any on-screen steps.

Features of Google plans sync Bluetooth

Like before, turning on compatible Fast Pair headphones or speakers will automatically generate a pop-up on your Android 6.0+ phone, hastening the pairing process. With this update, your Google account will remember the headphones you’ve paired to, then carry the information to other smartphones you’re signed into.

How to enable google fast pair

Setup you need to make a successful pairing with Google …
  1. Make sure the Bluetooth device has not paired with the phone before. …
  2. Make sure the Bluetooth device has not associated with the Google Account on the phone before.
  3. Enable pairing mode on the Bluetooth device.
  4. Place the Bluetooth device within 60 cm (24 in) of the Android phone.

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