Why won’t my Apple Watch find Bluetooth devices?
Try moving your Apple Watch and headphones to a different location, further away from any other active Bluetooth devices. Enable and disable Airplane Mode on your Apple Watch: Put Apple Watch in Airplane Mode.
How do I put Bluetooth back on my Apple Watch?
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap Bluetooth.
- Toggle the switch to the Off position.
- Toggle the switch back on.
- Tap Apple Watch to reconnect it with your iPhone.
Why wont my AirPods connect to my watch?
If your AirPods still won’t connect to your Apple Watch, it may be running an outdated version of watchOS. AirPods are only compatible with Apple Watches running watchOS 3 or newer. To update your Apple Watch, open up the Watch app on your iPhone and tap General -> Software Update.
How do I know if my Apple Watch is connected to Bluetooth?
Check the connection between your iPhone and Apple Watch
or the red X icon on the watch face, you don’t have a connection. or the red X icon , you don’t have a connection. Tap the iPhone icon in Control Center. If your devices are connected, your iPhone should make a “ping” sound.
How do you update an Apple Watch that is not paired?
Update directly on your Apple Watch
- Make sure that your watch is connected to Wi-Fi.
- On your watch, open the Settings app.
- Tap General > Software Update.
- Tap Install if a software update is available, then follow the onscreen instructions.
How do I know if my Apple Watch is paired?
To see if your Apple Watch is connected to your iPhone, touch and hold the bottom of the watch screen, swipe up to open Control Center, then look for the Connected status icon .
Can you connect Bluetooth headphones and Apple Watch to iPhone?
Yes, you can. Most – but not all – Bluetooth headphones that use the A2DP Bluetooth profile can also be used directly with Apple Watch for listening to music from it, potentially including when you are away from the paired iPhone: Listen to music on your Apple Watch – Apple Support. Add music to Apple Watch.