Control How Your Device Connects

Control Connection Behavior

This feature allows you to control if your device "auto" connects to other devices. You get to decide if you want to allow your smartphone or tablet to automatically connect to specific devices like car infotainment systems or hearing aides.

Only specific devices are supported for this feature. From within My Devices, slide if you want the button next to "allow autoconnect" to be either enabled (allow) or disabled (not allowed). If you leave "allow autoconnect" disabled, the next time you get in your car, the handset won't transfer to the car.

Other Features

Monitor and review multiple settings and pieces of information including connection status, battery levels, services, and protocols. Visually manage Bluetooth devices using icons, colors, and pictures.

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With Signils, you can block devices that you don't recognize so that they can't pair to or connect to your device. You are able to block devices from three areas of the app: My Devices, the device itself, and Found Devices.

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Commonly used terms and terminology related to Bluetooth and Bluetooth security.