How to connect and turn on Bluetooth in a Nikon 3200 camera

How to connect and turn on Bluetooth in a Nikon 3200 camera

Different ways how to achieve the connection

1. Connecting the Nikon 3400 to the Snap Bridge app

In the menu’s camera, ensure Airplane Mode is off and the Network connection section is active.Click network set up and select network connectionOn the network, set up press Airplane modeAfter ensuring that there is a need for you to download the Snap Bridge app to your mobile device or any iPad. Open the app to see the applications they offer.On opening the app, a message pop "Use the Snap Bridge app to send photos to your device and send them online.To skip this message and set Snap Bridge another time through the MENU, kindly press MENU to take you to the next step."Using the camera, click the setup (spanner icon) and enable the connection to your mobile phone.After the connection, there is a lot of space to enhance connections to the user. Usually occurs between the Nikon d3400 camera and the mobile phone. The instructions from the screen will inform you quality reasons why and what you should perform in each procedure. The first thing you should ensure first is the connection between your mobile phone and the Nikon d3400 camera via the Snap Bridge application. Then ensure the pairing code is enabled and matches. After enabling the connection, the system should direct you to the primary screen that enables you to download and have a visualization of your images from the Nikon d3400 camera. You can even enable the automatic download function without having to do it manually.

2. Paired devices available

You can find the list of available Bluetooth devices connected under the main menu and then you select the setup (wrenched icon).3. Status of the BluetoothYou can be able to see if Bluetooth is enabled in the background of the screen. To see the Bluetooth status, click the Infor button at the back of the Nikon d3400 camera. Most of the Bluetooth icons appear at the top left corner of the Nikon camera. You can read the status and the compatibility terms of the Bluetooth.

The Bluetooth ranges to a distance of not more than ten meters.Things to noteEnable the connection directly to your Nikon d3400 camera through the Snap Bridge app. It is only the snap bridge app that enables the connection. Don’t try to enable the connection via Bluetooth settings. It won’t work.Intervalometers or Bluetooth remotes are examples of random Bluetooth devices that cannot enable connection to the Nikon d3400 camera.Bluetooth connections or wireless can be turned off by putting the Nikon d3400 camera into airplane mode.

This can be achieved by clicking the menu settings and pressing the setup (wrench icon).If the Bluetooth is enabled and instructed to send data to the wireless end device your Nikon camera will likely stay on even if you turned it off. When the main Nikon camera is off Bluetooth will always stay on your camera.To deactivate the operation, disable the “Send while off” application under:Setup menu Then Bluetooth Lastly, send while offThe Bluetooth can still be deactivated by deactivating the network connection:

Click setupThen Bluetooth

Followed by a network connection

If your Snap Bridge keeps on disturbing your phone like it takes too long or too many tries to connect. What you have to do is have patience when dealing with your devices on the network. There is no magic to do that but try the following steps:

Try at least three to four trials before giving up. The connection was successful on your last attempt.After deleting the Snap Bridge app reinstall it again.Disconnect the camera connection from the mobile Bluetooth memory.Do a reset procedure although you might lose a lot of data.

Franklin Obibo

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