Enable Bluetooth via Voice Command in iOS 11

This Tutorial addresses:
  • Apple
  • Siri
  • Devices
  • Bluetooth
  • iOS 11
  • Command Prompt
  • iPhone
Siri in iOS 11 is better and more accurate as compared to its previous versions. Siri can not only search the web for the stuff you need, it can also enable or disable features in your iDevice.
That said, enabling Bluetooth via your voice command is pretty simple. All you need to get this done is have Siri enabled on your iDevice.
Here’s how you can enable Bluetooth in your iOS 11 device via voice command:
  1. Get to the Siri & Search window
    Go to Settings > Siri & Search. This opens the Siri & Search window that lets you configure Siri and manage searches.


  2. Check if Siri is turned on
    On the Siri & Search window check if the Listen for “Hey Siri”, Press Home for Siri, and Allow Siri When Locked toggle buttons are turned on. This ensures that Siri is available, and is ready to respond to your voice commands. Having Listen for “Hey Siri” enabled is optional as you can activate Siri by long pressing the Home button as well.

  3. Enable Bluetooth with voice command

  • Long press the Home button (if Listen for “Hey Siri” is turned off) or say “Hey Siri, turn on the Bluetooth”. This makes Siri enable Bluetooth on your device. While doing so, Siri acknowledges your command and responds back confirming that it turned on the Bluetooth on your device.

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