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You could try the bluetooth generic passwords (0000 and 1234), these usually work with most devices.

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First make sure your hearing aids or streamer is turned on.
Go to the Settings icon on your iPhone and click on it. Scroll down to Bluetooth and make sure it is turned to On, then click on it.
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If it is not, then turn the hearing aids or streamer off and and back on again and it should show up. Click on the device under My Devices. If it asks your for a pairing code, 0000 is usually the default. It might also be 1234.

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Hi Lloyd:
I'm singing the same music and am fortunate to have Hearing aids. (Connect Hearing is name of company).
The hearing aids come with a control device that I wear like a necklace......... It pairs to my phone so it works like a bluetooth and I have hands free phone.
Here's the answer for your dilemma.......
It also pairs to a device that is connected to the TV. It gives me sound through to the hearing aids, and also lets me mute the TV so my wife doesn't have to listen if she's not interested.
It is also possible that some (or all) of the costs may be covered if you were exposed to occupational noise or conditions that contributed to your hearing loss.
The people at the hearing aid clinic will coach you through the process. In some instances they even do consultations at no cost or it may be covered by your medical if you are referred by your Doctor.
Sure can't hurt to give them a call.

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My hearing aid provider (Connect Hearing) provided my unit. It is paired to my hearing aids and is plugged into the audio output.
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you need to go into the tablet settings and find the bluetooth settings most likely under network. then you need to add a bluetooth device.
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http://www.phonak.com/content/dam/phonak/b2b/C_M_tools/Accessories/iCom/Documents/com_icom_pairing_guide_others-xx.pdf
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