Important note: These instructions are for iPhone users. If you have an Android phone, please check out our article on listening to music wirelessly on an Android device.
Setting up wireless audio
To listen to music wirelessly with Halo Sport 2, your headset needs to be on and the audio function must be connected through your iPhone or computer’s Bluetooth settings. To do this, open the Bluetooth settings on your phone or computer 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. You’ll know that your headset is connected to an audio source when the light on the headset is flashing green (a blue light means that audio is not connected).
Switching between music sources
If you want to switch between music sources (for example, controlling music from your computer instead of your phone), you’ll first need to disconnect your headset’s audio from the current music source. You can do this by going into your device’s Bluetooth settings, locating the “Halo Sport 2 XXXXX (Audio)” listing and disconnecting that listing.
You’ll know that your headset is ready to pair to a new audio source when the headset’s light is flashing blue. You can then go into the Bluetooth settings of your desired audio source device (smartphone or computer), locate the “Halo Sport 2 XXXXX (Audio)” listing and connect.
Controlling your music with the headset’s buttons
On the back side of your headset’s right ear can, you will find a set of three buttons located underneath the power button. The raised +/- buttons can be used to control music volume, and the center button (between the volume controls) can be used to either play or pause your music.
If you’re not hearing music through your headset, please try the following steps to get your audio connected:
- Go into your Bluetooth settings and “forget” the “Halo Sport XXXX (Audio)” listing.
- Put your headset into pairing mode (hold down the pause button until the light on the headset begins to quickly flash blue. The pause button is located below the power button, between the two volume adjustment (+/-) buttons).
- Within your Bluetooth settings, locate the “Halo Sport 2 XXXXX (Audio)” listing and connect.