Connecting a Bluetooth Headset:

  1. Using two fingers, swipe the status bar down to access the "Quick Settings" panel
  2. If necessary, tap the "Bluetooth" tile to enable Bluetooth
  3. Tap the "" button associated with the Bluetooth tile
  4. If you don't see the desired handset in the list, press the "Menu" icon depicting three vertical dots, and tap "Scan" to refresh the list
  5. Once the desired headset appears in the list, tap its name
  6. If necessary, provide the headset's passcode. By default the passcode is either "1234" or "0000"

Reconnecting a Bluetooth Headset:

Usually, you can easily reconnect to a headset by switching on Bluetooth on the HTC one max, and then turning the headset on. Nevertheless, if reconnecting doesn't occur, you can do it manually by performing the following:

  1. Swipe the status bar down using two fingers
  2. Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled
  3. Press the "" button associated with Bluetooth
  4. Select the headset's name
  5. If prompted to enter a passcode, try "0000" or "1234"

Unpairing from a Bluetooth Device:

  1. Swipe the status bar down using two fingers
  2. If necessary, tap the "Bluetooth" tile to enable Bluetooth
  3. Tap the "" button associated with Bluetooth
  4. In the paired devices section, press the "Settings" icon associated with the device that you wish to unpair
  5. Tap "Unpair"

Receiving Files via Bluetooth:

  1. Open the "Quick Settings" menu by swiping the status bar down using two fingers
  2. Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled, and tap the "" icon associated with it
  3. Tap your device's Bluetooth name located at the top of the screen. This will make your HTC One max visible to other Bluetooth devices
  4. On the sending device, send the files to the One max
  5. On your One max, accept the pairing request from the sending device. If prompted, enter the same passcode or confirm the auto-generated passcode on both devices
  6. Tap "Pair"
  7. Once your One max will receive a file transfer request, slide the Notifications panel down, and tap the incoming notification
  8. Tap "Accept"
  9. When the transfer is finished, a new notification will be displayed, in the Notifications panel

NOTE: depending on the file type that you've received:

  • Media files and documents will most likely be directed to their compatible applications
  • For vCalendar files, select the calendar where you wish to save the event and tap "Import"
  • For vCard contact files, choose to import one or more contacts from the list

Where is the Sent Information Sent on a PC:

When sending information to your PC using Bluetooth, the files will be saved in the following folders (by default):

  • On Windows XP, the path should be: C: \ Documents and Settings \ [your username] \ My Documents \ Bluetooth Exchange
  • On Windows Vista, the path is usually: C: \ Users \ [your username] \ Documents
  • On Windows 7, the path should be: C: \ Users \ [your username] \ Documents \ Bluetooth Exchange Folder
  • On Windows 8: C: \ Users \ [your username] \ Documents



See More: HTC One max: Enable / Manage Bluetooth, and Pair with a Different Bluetooth Device