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Connect up to five Bluetooth devices to the phone? (Galaxy S9+)

(Topic created on: 09/07/20 15:01)
Grodanhoppar
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Hi, 

I have read that there was an option on Android 9 to connect up to five bluetooth devices when changed maximum number of connected bluetooth devices in developer option. 
But now on Android 10 I can't find that option. 

Is there any way to have three bluetooth devices connected at the same time? 

I want to connect smartwatch, ear buds and a personal safety alarm which are connected via bluetooth to send GPS position thru phone when activated. (The alarm need to be connected with bluetooth to work correctly)

If i have two connected devices and try to connect a third, one of the connected devices loose connection. 

 

 

Thanks for any help :smiling-face: 

 

 

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Steven9761
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whichever device loses connection, open up your Bluetooth settings, and unpair the disconnecting device from the list, then scan for new bluetooth devices. it should pair from there.

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Steven9761
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whichever device loses connection, open up your Bluetooth settings, and unpair the disconnecting device from the list, then scan for new bluetooth devices. it should pair from there.

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Grodanhoppar
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Works now, thanks!

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