How to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Devices to One Phone [Android/iPhone]

If you ever need to use different Bluetooth speakers and headphones on the same time with just one device, then you have stumbled on How to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Devices to One Phone on both Android and iPhone.

We all have that moment when it seems almost impossible to share music with someone on a headphone because the device is already connected to a speaker. What you may not know is that, it is 100% possible to connect just one Android or iPhone to Multiple Bluetooth devices at the same time.
This feature is is known as dual audio on Android and audio sharing on iPhone, but before we go into detail on how to use this feature let's understand how it works.
First, you need to learn that connecting multiple Bluetooth speakers or headphones depends on the native Bluetooth version which is supported on your phone.

For instance, only newer versions of Bluetooth like v5 and above allows you to expands connection to up to 120 metres and also pair up to two devices at once. Bluetooth devices below v5 like v4.2 only supports one-on-one device connection of up to 30 metres. Here are the steps to check Bluetooth Version.
On Android
Step 1: Turn ON Your Bluetooth.
Step 2: Navigate to Phone Settings.
Step 3: From Settings select App and then Select the “ALL” Tab or “Show System”.
Step 4: Scroll Down and Tap on Bluetooth App to find you current Version.

How to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Devices to One Phone

For Android
1. First go to Bluetooth Settings and pair either Bluetooth headphones or speakers.
2. Once connected, tap the three-dot icon on the right and click on Advanced Settings.
3. Toggle on the ‘dual audio' option if not already turned on. 
That's all on how to use the dual audio feature on Android. For Android 10 users and above, they can access their connected Bluetooth devices by clicking on Media in the Quick Panel and selecting both the paired devices for audio output.

For iPhone
1. First go to Control Center.
2. Tap on Airplay icon and select either the paired wireless headphones or speakers to output audio simultaneously.
Note that deselecting any one of the headphones or speakers will stop the sharing of audio on that particular device.

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