Unitron Remote Plus app only works with smartphones supporting Bluetooth LE (Low Energy).
The minimum requirements for smartphones:
- iOS version 10.2 and Bluetooth version 4.2 or newer
- Android version 6.0 and Bluetooth version 4.2 or newer
To pair your iPhone to your Unitron Bluetooth hearing aids to make phone calls, follow these steps:
1. Go to your iPhone home screen and tap on the “Settings” icon.
2. In the settings menu, tap on the “Bluetooth” icon.
3. Tap on the slider button next to Bluetooth to turn Bluetooth On.
4. Open the battery door of your hearing aids for 5 seconds and then close the battery doors to turn them back on.
5. After several seconds, the name of your hearing aids will appear on the iPhone screen. Tap on it to select.
6. You will now see a message, “Bluetooth Pairing Request” Click “Pair” or “Ok” (depending on your Android smartphone
7. A connection beep will be heard in the paired hearing aid.
Your iPhone is now connected to your hearing aids.
If the call isn’t automatically routed to the Bluetooth hearing aids, tap on the Bluetooth symbol to enable or disable the transmission to the hearing aids.
If the push buttons on the hearing aids are configured as volume buttons, the call volume and the surrounding environment can be adjusted using those push buttons.
If the above steps still do not work, delete the pairing from the smartphone, reboot
the phone and the hearing aids, and pair again to the smartphone.
- When the phone call ringtone is heard, answer the call using the push button of the hearing aids instead of the phone. This will ensure the call is streamed to the Bluetooth hearing aids.
- Configure the Android smartphone to route the call to the hearing aid by default. See configuration options of the smarphone.
- During a call, the routing of the call can be changed from the phone handset to the hearing aids by following these steps:
1. From the call screen, find the Bluetooth symbol
2. Tapping the Bluetooth symbol will switch the audio routing of the call to the hearing aids
3. The caller should now come through the hearing aids
Other ways to address this are:
- Check reception on the smartphone and move to a location with better reception if necessary.
- During a phone call, the caller's voice is picked up by the microphones of the hearing aids. Check the microphone ports on the hearing aids for debris. If there is debris, use a brush or cloth to clean the microphone ports.
- In a very noisy environment, the hearing aids may have trouble picking up the caller's voice. In such a case, relocate to a quieter environment or alternatively route the call to the phone and directly talk into the phone microphone normally.
- If this does not work delete the pairing from the phone, reboot the phone and hearing aids, and then pair them again to the phone.