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    Default Connecting multiple Bluetooth devices to one phone.

    As per the title, anyone know if this is possible with an Android phone, specifically a OnePlus 3T.

    For my upcoming jaunt on the bike it would be nice if I could connect a bluetooth earpiece with my phone as well as the bike computer at the same time.
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    Per the title, yes, per the text, I don't know the specifics of the phone. iKnow it works for a brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    As per the title, anyone know if this is possible with an Android phone, specifically a OnePlus 3T.

    For my upcoming jaunt on the bike it would be nice if I could connect a bluetooth earpiece with my phone as well as the bike computer at the same time.
    When I used a smart watch, my 3T would connect to watch, Sat Nav and car at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    When I used a smart watch, my 3T would connect to watch, Sat Nav and car at the same time.
    Similar.....I think many newer handsets can connect to multiple devices simultaneously......
    My Samsung S8+ is normally connected to my Gear S3, and then happily also connects to the car for telephony/streaming. I believe that the Gear S3 connection remains when connecting to my Garmin Edge 520 for cycling, too
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    I regularly have a set of wireless headphones, a fitbit and a PokemonGo all connected to the same phone via bluetooth, it should certainly be possible
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