When you hear someone say the Samsung Galaxy S9 is a complete package then take their word for it because it is very true. The device comes with several apps that can be used to transfer files such as videos and music between devices. One of the simplest methods of transferring data between devices is using the Bluetooth app which does not need any data. If you own a Samsung Galaxy S9 and would like to transfer data but don’t know where to begin, then this read is perfect for you.
By default, your device name will be set to Samsung Galaxy S9 but nearly all Samsung Galaxy S9 user will want to change the name to something unique. It will serve as your identifier when pairing with other devices or sending and receiving files. It is important that you set a unique one to avoid confusion.
Changing the Bluetooth name of your device is easy. Here is the step-by-step guide on how to do this.
How to Change Bluetooth Name on Galaxy S9
- Power on your Samsung Galaxy S9 device
- From your home screen, locate the settings menu
- In the Settings menu, go to Connections
- Tap Bluetooth
- Select the overflow menu
- Tap on Rename phone
- There will be a pop-up window allowing you to change your device name to anything that you prefer
- Type in your desired device name and hit OK
This will appear when other people are trying to detect wireless devices. You can confirm whether your operation was successful by connecting to a different Bluetooth device. On that particular device, you should be able to see the name that you gave to your Galaxy S9. By following the steps above, you should be able to change the Bluetooth name of your Samsung Galaxy S9 device. You may now enjoy using Bluetooth, just tell the other party your device name for them to send files to. T