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How to pair Bluetooth headphones with your Android phone

How do I pair Bluetooth headphones on Android? With Apple getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack on the new iPhone, there has been some speculation as to what's next for Android. Luckily, there is no one, proprietary port that could replace the headphone jack on Android phones… For now. So, whether you want to future-proof yourself or you just want the convenience of wireless headphones, getting a pair of Bluetooth cans isn't a bad idea at all.
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