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How to Set up Bluetooth on Your AnyTone Radio

How to Set up Bluetooth on Your AnyTone Radio

"Unlock Seamless Connectivity: Mastering Bluetooth Setup on Your AnyTone Radio"

Are you an amateur radio operator looking to enhance your experience? Our latest video tutorial, "How to Set up Bluetooth on Your AnyTone Radio," is tailor-made for you. Dive into the world of wireless convenience as we guide you through the step-by-step process of seamlessly integrating Bluetooth technology with your AnyTone radio.

In this insightful tutorial, we demystify the Bluetooth setup, making it accessible to all amateur radio operators, whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out. Discover how to pair your AnyTone radio with compatible devices and elevate your communication game.

Don't miss out – watch our video tutorial now and harness the power of Bluetooth technology in your radio operations.

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0:00 intro
0:10 what were gonna be using
0:32 how to setup Bluetooth
0:48 how to turn on Bluetooth for the push to talk button
1:42 connecting other Bluetooth devices
3:52 entering a PIN code to get Bluetooth to work
4:07 how to change the volume on the Bluetooth device
4:21 back to the PIN number
4:34 outro

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