Have you recently purchased a new Garmin watch and want to use your Sony earbuds with it? If so, you’re in the right place. Connecting your Sony earbuds to your Garmin watch is simpler than you might think, and this blog post will walk you through all the steps. Let’s get started.
Step 1: Pair Your Devices
Before you can connect your devices, you must first pair them together. To do that, open the Bluetooth settings on both devices and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on. Then select “Search for Devices” or “Scan for Devices” on both devices. This will cause your devices to begin searching for one another; once they find each other, select “Connect” or “Pair” on both devices. Once they are paired together, they should appear as connected in the Bluetooth settings of both devices.
Step 2: Configure Audio Settings
Once your devices are paired together, open the audio settings of both devices. On your Garmin watch select “Sony Earbuds” as your audio output device; on your Sony earbuds select “Garmin Watch” as your input device. Make sure that these settings are selected properly before attempting to play any audio files from either device.
Step 3: Test Your Connection
Now that everything is configured properly, it’s time to test out your connection! On the Garmin watch select a song from your library and then press play; if everything is working correctly then the song should start playing through the Sony earbuds immediately. If not, try adjusting some of the configuration settings until it does work as expected; most of these issues can be fixed by tinkering with a few settings here and there!
Connecting Sony earbuds to a Garmin watch isn’t difficult—all it takes is a few simple steps! Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on both devices before attempting to pair them together; once they are paired up configure the audio settings so that sound plays from the correct device when you press play; and finally test out the connection by playing an audio file from either device. With a little bit of patience and some careful configuration, soon enough you’ll be listening to music or podcasts through your new setup without any issues at all! Good luck!