How to play music on 2 Bluetooth TWS earbuds on Samsung Galaxy smartphones

Play music on two or more Bluetooth earphones via Samsung smartphones: Here's how to do it.
By HT TECH
| Updated on Jan 15 2022, 09:28 AM IST
You can pair two sets of Bluetooth wireless earbuds and play audio simultaneously on Samsung phones.
You can pair two sets of Bluetooth wireless earbuds and play audio simultaneously on Samsung phones. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)

Have you ever wanted to share the latest pop sensation from Dua Lipa with your friends or family together on their Bluetooth wireless earphones? Generally, one can only connect a single pair of wireless neckband or Bluetooth TWS earbuds to a single smartphone. Hence, sharing your music with others often makes you sending them the link, or play it on a Bluetooth speaker, if the situation permits. That's not an issue with Samsung Galaxy phones.

With all the advancements in the filed of Bluetooth connectivity, Samsung allows you to pair two Bluetooth wireless devices and play music or audio on them simultaneously. And, you do not need to install any third party app for this, or have special high-end earbuds to make it happen.

In fact, it is a 5-minute job that anyone can do it.

Here's what you need for the process:

- A Samsung Galaxy smartphone running on Android 10 or newer.

- Two separate Bluetooth earbuds, could be from Sony, Realme, Samsung, Oppo, Jabra, Sennheiser, or any brand.

- The idea of pairing a Bluetooth wireless pair of earbud to a phone.

Play music on 2 Bluetooth earbuds on Samsung phones

Step 1: Switch on Bluetooth on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
Step 2: Nest, connect to the two Bluetooth wireless earbuds from the Bluetooth Settings menu. Despite connecting to two headsets, your music will initially play on only one of the earbuds.
Step 3: Nest, slide down the Notifications Center and look for the "Media Output" option in the Quick Toggles section (under mobile data, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth buttons).
Step 4: You will the both the connected devices listed in this menu, with one of them already having a blue tick and other one left empty.
Step 5: Tap on the blue tick next to the other Bluetooth earbuds.
Step 6: And voila! Now music plays on both the earbuds together.
Step 7: To disconnect one, simply switch off the desired earbuds. Audio will continue to play on the other connected pair.
Step 8: The trick also works with Bluetooth speakers.

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First Published Date: 14 Jan, 08:52 PM IST
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