Please see the directions below when you have multiple Bluetooth devices
of same model
and wish to use both of them on one base unit (such as computer/smartphone)
Bluetooth devices of same model are usually paired under the same name.
Please see the directions below if you wish to distinguish from each other.
＜Solution 1: For all the base unit types (computer/smartphone etc.)＞
After pairing each device please turn off the power of the one(s) that
you are currently not using.
Paired Bluetooth device is automatically connected when both of the device
and base unit (computer/smartphone) are powered on.
Therefore turning off the power of the device(s) that you are not currently
using makes base unit unable to connect with it(them)
and just the one you need will be connected.
＜Solution 2 : For Windows Computer only＞
Disconnect (Not delete - still paired) the Bluetooth device(s) that you
are currently not using
(Control Panel > Hardware and sound > Devices and printers)
Please see the directions below to disconnect (and connect again when needed)
１．When multiple devices of same model (icons) are displayed, double click
on the one that is connected at the moment.
２．Bluetooth Device Control opens - Click Disconnect
（This is not unpairing）
３．Double click on the one that you want to connect
Bluetooth Device Control opens - Click Connect
※By doing this you can control which one to connect/disconnect but you
don't know which one is which,
so you still need to try and use to find out which one is connected.
You cannot edit the displayed names.
＜Solution 3: For Android OS devices only＞
Some AndroidOS versions let you edit the devices' displayed names.
１．Turn on Bluetooth then paired devices are displayed
Tap the icon next to the device name.
２．Tap Edit name
３．Erase the current name and enter the new one.
５．Go back to the previous page when finished
６．Now the name has been changed and you can distinguish from each other
※This is a feature only on AndroidOS devices and other OS devices （iOS/WindowsOS
etc.） don't have it.
Also some AndroidOS versions might not have this feature.