How to pair up the new Samsung Note and Gear devices
Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 at IFA 2014 had some big announcements and presentations, rolling out the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Gear S, Gear Circle and Gear VR for all to admire. One of the most unique things about this year’s Unpacked event, besides the individual products, is the fact that many of them are compatible or complementary to each other.
For example, the Gear VR is customized for the new Galaxy Note 4 and the Gear Circle can be paired up with both the Gear S and Gear Note series (and more). However, some of you may be assuming that these ‘pairings’ might require some complicated and tedious process. We are here to tell you that it does not. But not only will we tell you, we’ll show you as well. Here is how to pair up the Gear VR with Galaxy Note4 and Gear S and Gear Circle.
Gear VR with Galaxy Note 4
1. Take out the cover from the Gear VR
2. With the Galaxy Note 4 front display facing towards the inside of the Gear VR, click the bottom of the Galaxy Note 4 on the side of touchpad
3. Hold till you hear a beep.
4. Click the other side of the Galaxy Note 4 to the Gear VR
5. Attach the lens/casing back to the Gear VR
6. Select Contents and play
Gear S with Gear Circle
Of course you can connect both the Gear S and the Gear Circle to your Galaxy Note 4, and use it like everybody else would, but you could also pair the Gear S and the Gear Circle, just the two.
1. Turn on the Bluetooth of both the Gear Circle and Gear S and pair them.
2. When you get a call, detach the magnetic lock to answer the call.
Yup. That is it. We told you that it was going to be simple. Samsung really made it easy for the users to connect their wearable and mobile devices for a better-quality mobile experience. Since it is really hard to deny their stylish design and functionality, if the time has come for you to upgrade to something new, think about what you can do with a couple of Samsung devices!
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