To get to your Bluetooth settings, you first need to open the Settings app, of course!
In Settings, you need to click Bluetooth to get to your Bluetooth settings. Here, make sure Bluetooth is on and your product is connected. You can only change the name of connected products.
Here is where you can tap your products to rename them. In my case, I am trying to rename my laptop from the generic default name that it's given to "Christina's Laptop."
In order to rename the Bluetooth device, click the name. You'll notice it has the name and an arrow to the right of the name. Once the name has been changed, you'll know because the new Bluetooth name will be reflected here.
Once you click "name," the keyboard automatically pops up so that you can enter whatever Bluetooth name you choose. Here, I chose to name my Bluetooth device "Christina's Laptop." Once you are done, click done.
And that's it, your Bluetooth product has been renamed! If you want to take it one step further, and get super organized, select a device type in the next step. By giving your product a device type, you can actually improve the audio quality, because the audio levels will then match your product type.
After you've renamed your Bluetooth product and click done, you will be taken back to the Bluetooth settings. Here you can chose your device type to make sure the audio levels are specified to the device type. Here's how:
- Click "device type."
- Chose the closest option given.
In my case, my laptop fits best in the "other" category. Chose as closely as you can to make sure the audio levels match the product type.
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