How To Pair ReSound Hearing Aids To An Apple iPhone or iPad

How To Pair ReSound Hearing Aids To An Apple iPhone or iPad

by | Jun 10, 2024 | Hearing Aids, How To Videos, Patient Resources, Technology

Hearing aids have come a long way over the years—long gone are the days of the clunky, pale pink devices buzzing behind your ear!

Advanced hearing aid technology is not only more stylish and discreet, but it’s also much more powerful, and most models come with Bluetooth compatibility to help connect with your devices, so you’ll never go a second without the sounds you want and you can adjust the settings as you need.

To make the most of your hearing aids, pair them with your Apple iPhone or iPad so you can adjust their settings with ease!

If you’re reading this, perhaps you just received some ReSound hearing aids and you’re wondering how to best utilize them. Thankfully, ReSound hearing aids are easy to connect to your Apple devices.

Most made-for-iPhone hearing aids will pair to your Apple device using the same or very similar instructions. If you have non-rechargeable hearing aids, you’ll need to open the battery door and close it first.

If you have ReSound rechargeable hearing aids, here’s how to connect them to your Apple iPhone or iPad.

  1. Launch the ReSound Smart 3D app on your phone, and make sure Bluetooth is activated on your phone so that your devices can connect. On the welcome screen, tap “Yes, connect now” and then select your type of hearing aids from the list.
  2. The app will ask for permission to use Bluetooth; make sure to grant it, so that your devices can connect. Once permission is granted, the ReSound Smart 3D app will ask you to restart your hearing aids by following the guide as shown on screen.
  3. Once your devices have restarted, the app will search for your hearing aids. When found, the app will ask you to confirm that it found your hearing aids. If it has, click yes.
  4. Next, you’ll have to pair your hearing aids with your iPhone’s accessibility menu. A shortcut will appear to go there, or you can go to your Settings app > Accessibility > Hearing Devices.
  5. Your devices will appear in the Hearing Devices list, and they will show as ‘Not Paired.’ Tap the hearing aids on the screen and a request will pop up to pair them; Tap ‘Pair’ twice for both hearing aids to connect.
  6. Return to the ReSound Smart 3D app, and it will ask you to restart your hearing aids once more to establish a secure connection. Follow the guide on screen to restart them, and your devices will be connected to your iPhone or iPad.

Connecting your devices to your phone or tablet has never been easier! With your phone or tablet connected to your hearing aids, you’ll be able to listen to music, watch videos, and take phone calls with clear, crisp hearing, no matter where you are.

More accessible options like these show that hearing aids aren’t just devices to help you hear; they allow you to live your life to the fullest once more.

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Dr. Shawn Hopkins, Au.D.

Dr. Hopkins received her bachelor of science in communication disorders from Lamar University in 2014. This was soon followed by her doctor of audiology degree, also from Lamar University, in 2017. She is an active member of the Texas Academy of Audiology, the American Academy of Audiology, and the American Speech-Language Association.

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