This post will teach you how to enable music share on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 device. Read on for more detailed instructions.
Music Share is among the new and advanced Bluetooth features of Android 10 devices including the Galaxy Tab S6. This feature is based on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth systems and relies on a Wi-Fi chipset in order to carry out its task.
Music Share can be utilized with any music apps. In order to start using Music Share, you will need to enable the feature on your device beforehand.
And here’s how it’s done on your Galaxy Tab S6.
Easy Steps to Enable Music Share on your Galaxy Tab S6
Time Needed : 5 minutes
Performing the following steps will activate music share and thereby allows you to start sharing the music played on your Galaxy Tab S6 to another device. Screenshots are likewise provided to make navigation a lot easier.
- To get started, access the Apps viewer by swiping up from the mid-bottom of the Home screen.
When the Apps viewer opens, various app icons or shortcuts are displayed.
- Locate and then tap the Settings icon to proceed.
Doing so will launch the main settings menu of your device where basic and advanced features are listed.
- Tap Connections from the menu items.
Another screen opens with a list of wireless and network connectivity features and relevant settings to manage.
- Select Bluetooth from the given items.
The Bluetooth menu opens next.
If it isn't already, toggle the Bluetooth switch to enable it.
Wait for your tablet to finish scanning for Bluetooth-enabled devices within range.
- When it's done scanning, tap the triple-dot or quick menu icon located on the upper-rightmost corner of the screen.
A pop-up menu opens next.
- Tap to select Advanced from the pop-up selection.
Advanced Bluetooth settings will load up on the next display.
- To enable the Music Share feature on your tablet, simply toggle to turn on the switch next to it.
When enabled, Music share will allow you to share the Bluetooth speaker or headset that's connected to your Tab S6 with other devices nearby.
- Android 10
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
With this setting, you can already start playing any music file saved on your friend’s smartphone using your Bluetooth car stereo while keeping it and your tablet connected.
If you have trouble using Music Share or encountered an error when attempting to share music, restarting the devices can help. Otherwise, try turning music share on your Tab S6 off and then back on again.
Also ensure that the other device is within the recommended Bluetooth proximity.
Devices running on the Android 10 platform typically support Music Share feature while available target devices may vary depending on the device model.
To ensure that everything works as intended after enabling Music Share on your tablet, verify and confirm that the Bluetooth speaker is selected and that Music Share is also activated on the other device. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi features must also be turned on. With this setting, you should then be able to locate and select the Bluetooth speaker under Music Share.
And that covers everything in this quick guide.
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