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Can the Crusher content to more than one device?

This question relates to connecting a Skullcandy Crusher Wireless to a Samsung Galaxy note 10.1 2014

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I have connected with my Hauwei P9 lite, but can't connect to my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition.
Can the Crusher connect with more than one device?
I did switch my P9's bluetooth off when trying to connect with my Note.
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Submitted by Ren on 9:14pm, 11th August 2017

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A response by Admin on 14.08.2017, 20:09:00 (2 months ago)
You need to just manually initiate pairing again on the headphones, then with the new device actively searching for them it should pick them up.

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