How To Connect Bluetooth Smart Glasses To Your Phone

How To Connect Bluetooth Smart Glasses To Your Phone

If you are like most people, you use your smartphone for just about everything. Checking email, browsing the web, and streaming music and videos are all common activities. But what if there was a way to use your phone to do even more? By connecting smart glasses to your phone, you can take your smartphone experience to a whole new level. 

Lucyd Bluetooth glasses provide you with all the functionality of your smartphone while you’re on the move. Not only that, but you’re also able to protect your eyes from the elements. If you’re someone who spends a lot of time behind a screen, you’ll be happy to know the glasses feature a blue light filter that prevents harmful lights from damaging your eyes. 

So how does one go about connecting these nifty gadgets to your device? We’ll provide you with a step-by-step guide on how you can connect your Lucyd glasses to Apple, Android, or Windows phone.

 

Important information on how to connect your smart glasses to your phone

When you disconnect your Lucyd glasses from their charging port, the glasses will automatically begin their Bluetooth sync. Alternatively, if the glasses haven’t been in the charging port, you can hold down each of the power buttons on the left and right sides for 3 seconds to switch them on - they’ll automatically go into pairing mode or connect to a device. 

The left-arm light flashes red or blue when pairing and solid blue when it is connected to a device via Bluetooth.

To find and connect your Lucyd glasses to your smartphone, you’ll need your device on hand. You can identify your glasses by the name of the model, for example, the Lyte model will be named “Lucyd Lyte.”

Once the glasses have been paired with a device, they will automatically connect to your phone for future use. 

 

Steps on how to connect Bluetooth glasses to your phone

The glasses can connect to Apple, Android, and Windows phones; once they’re connected, they’ll function just like wireless headphones and you can use them to listen to music and podcasts, answer and make calls, use digital assistants like Siri, and navigate your way around the city. 

Below, you’ll find the steps on how to connect your smart glasses to your smartphone.

Top tip: If you would like to connect your glasses to a new device, delete the pairing from the old device.

 

Connecting Lucyd glasses to Apple phone

Step 1: Remove your glasses from the charging port. If the glasses aren’t connecting to the charger, simply press down on the power buttons on each of the arms for 3 seconds. 

Step 2: On your Apple smartphone, go to the settings icon and select Bluetooth. Ensure that Bluetooth is on.

Step 3: Your Apple smartphone will automatically search for ‘other devices,’ and you can simply wait for the Lucyd glasses to pop up.

Step 4: Select your Lucyd glasses and wait for the two devices to pair. And just like that, you’re ready to use your Bluetooth smart glasses!

 

Connecting Lucyd glasses to Android phone

Step 1: Remove your glasses from the charging port. If the glasses aren’t connecting to the charger, simply press down on the power buttons on each of the arms for 3 seconds.

Step 2: Once your device is unlocked, swipe down from the top of the screen.

Step 3: Tap Bluetooth and ensure that your Bluetooth is turned on - you can hold down the Bluetooth icon until it turns blue, which means it is on.

Step 4: Swipe the switch to your right to set the Bluetooth accessory in pairing and discovery mode - all nearby devices will be displayed.

Step 5: In the list of available devices, select the Lucyd glasses. Your smart glasses should be paired now.

 

Connecting Lucyd glasses to Windows phone

Step 1: Remove your glasses from the charging port. If the glasses aren’t connecting to the charger, simply press down on the power buttons on each of the arms for 3 seconds.

Step 2: Starting from the home screen, swipe your finger downwards and select “All Settings.”

Step 3: In “All Settings” select “Devices” and then select “Bluetooth.” Slide the status bar to “On.”

Step 4: Your Windows phone will automatically search and display a list of available devices. Select the Lucyd glasses you wish to connect with - your device will now be connected.

 

Ready to connect? Buy your new Lucyd Bluetooth glasses, lenses, and accessories here.