Connect A Bluetooth Speaker to The Nexus 7

Here’s a quick ‘how to’ guide on how to connect a Bluetooth speaker to a Nexus 7. Don’t fret if your device deviates from the 2013 Nexus 7 model – the process will be similar on other Android 4.3+ devices

Step One: Unbox and admire your shiny, new Bluetooth Speaker. In this instance, I’m looking at a Xenta 4-04EBY (AKA the Xenta Beatbar) A snap at just £29.99 (~€36). Other models are available but I just happen to like the portability of this particular one. Here are some added benefits;

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  • Wirelessly stream audio from any Bluetooth device within 33 feet
  • Hands-free call answer/end button
  • Built-in microphone with noise-cancellation
  • Volume control buttons
  • 3.5mm Audio in port
  • Power indicator light
  • Charges via USB to give 5-7 hours of playback
  • Ultra Bass Booster Passive Radiator Subwoofer (great sound)
  • Auto-search and auto-reconnect with any compatible device

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Step Two: Switch on your speaker.

Step Three: Navigate to settings on your Nexus 7.

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Step Four:  Activate Bluetooth.

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Step Five: Select your speaker from the list of available devices and wait for it to connect.

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*The Following Steps Are Entirely Optional*

Step Six: Place the speaker beneath the chair of you victim

Step Seven: Download Fart Machine and let rip!

Peter loves all sorts of gadgets, from tin openers to jet fueled micro lights. He particularly likes any outdoor related gadgets, eco-friendly gadgets and anything photography related.When he's not reviewing gadgets you can find him out walking the hills with his pet tamagotchis

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