When you first set up your Halo Sport 2, you’ll need to connect through Bluetooth twice - once for the Neuropriming function, and once for the wireless audio function. The Halo Sport app will walk you through the connection process for both Neuropriming and audio.
Halo Sport’s Neuropriming function must be connected to your phone using the Halo Sport app. To do this, you’ll first want to put your headset into pairing mode. To enable pairing mode on Halo Sport 2, hold down the pause button until the light on the headset begins to quickly flash green. The pause button is located below the power button, between the two volume adjustment (+/-) buttons. Once your headset is in pairing mode, open the Halo Sport app and select “Pair.”
To listen to music wirelessly with Halo Sport 2, you’ll need to connect to the headset’s audio function through your phone or computer’s Bluetooth settings. To do this, open the Bluetooth settings on your phone and look for the “Halo Sport 2 XXXXX (Audio)” listing. Select the listing to connect. You may need to change the settings in your music application to select your headset as the audio source.