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My iPad does not seem to connect to Bluetooth


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I turned my blue tooth on but it does not connect to my headphones or any thing else. What am I doing wrong?
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Have you paired the headphones? You don't indicate that you have. Most headphones need to be paired with a passcode, which is almost always "0000" (no quotes).
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My iPad does not even find the headphones , so I have not been able to pair them. The wheel just keeps turning for ever and nothing happens. I hold the Bluetooth switch on the phones as it tells you, but nothing happens. The only thing it did find was the Bose Music Mobile Speaker my son has.
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Did you put the headphones in discovery mode?

(it would save time if you'd just mention what, if anything, you've already tried)
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I have tried everything, I had them paired with the first iPad immediately with no worries. Thank you any way for trying to help. I can't be bothered with them any more.
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