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By 6jaipur6, Senior Member on 27th January 2014, 08:57 AM
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Hello people, i have a big problem with my G2,it can stay connected with Galaxy Gear and a bluetooth headset...Anyone here who manage to connect both of them?I can connect each but is easy to me to answer from the Gear and to speak at the headset(with the Gear all people around can hear my conversation).Can this phone connect with 2 bluetooth devices at the same time?
 
 
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Hello people, i have a big problem with my G2,it can stay connected with Galaxy Gear and a bluetooth headset...Anyone here who manage to connect both of them?I can connect each but is easy to me to answer from the Gear and to speak at the headset(with the Gear all people around can hear my conversation).Can this phone connect with 2 bluetooth devices at the same time?

For the final question; yes, I've connected to my Bluetooth GPS and Bluetooth tethered to my Nexus 7 a few times.

As for the rest; no idea. Since they're both audio device you might have to choose which one gets the audio etc.
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Hello people, i have a big problem with my G2,it can stay connected with Galaxy Gear and a bluetooth headset...Anyone here who manage to connect both of them?I can connect each but is easy to me to answer from the Gear and to speak at the headset(with the Gear all people around can hear my conversation).Can this phone connect with 2 bluetooth devices at the same time?

I have the same problem using G2 with my Sony Smartwatch 2 and my Volkswagen Golf VII.
I can connect each but not at the same time.
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Hello people, i have a big problem with my G2,it can stay connected with Galaxy Gear and a bluetooth headset...Anyone here who manage to connect both of them?I can connect each but is easy to me to answer from the Gear and to speak at the headset(with the Gear all people around can hear my conversation).Can this phone connect with 2 bluetooth devices at the same time?

Does the g2 work with the gear??

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Does the g2 work with the gear??

I have no problem, with pebble and BT plantronitsc voyager pro HD.
Or with pebble and my BT car setup.
ouu and I had even connected the third one but I could not get it pair, I dond0t know my pin number. (But to think of it maybe it was the nr.3 BT that didn't want to connect)
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I connect my LG Tone BT headsets and my MacBook and can hop from one to another without problems.
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I can connect to my Bluetooth speaker and car ODBII scanner at the same time.
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Yes bluetooth 4.0 can support 7 or 8 connections
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