It is a selfie bluetooth remote control which can go with the selfie monopod perfectly to use for iPhone/iPod/iPad, Samsung , and other system over Android 4.2.2 and IOS 6.0 and above mobile phone normally. It can reach 10 meters to selfie when there are no obstructions.
Brief introduction usage:
Open the remote control switch and blue lights flashing.
Open the mobile phone bluetooth, and search for new devices (AB shutter 3), then pairing and connecting. If you cannot pairing and connecting successfully, try more times by turning off the bluetooth and remote shutter and turning on them again (make sure that there is only one device pairing and connecting to the bluetooth remote shutter once).
Open the phone camera software when the pairing and connection is completed and take photos.
Put the cell phone into the phone clamp
Attached the mobile phone clamp to the monopod and tighten the screw
Stretch the monopod
Launch the cell phone camera application
Point the camera and press the shutter release button on the handle to take photo.
Note that the Android OS is an open system with no unified standard. Some mobile phone manufacturers use the standard Android OS but others modify it to their own preferences. Even the same brand of may use different versions of the Android OS on different models in their line. Monopod supports most of the mainstream Android systems of release 4.2 or higher. Below are additional tips to help you use it with your Android phone.
On Samsung phones, open the Camera Settings and change the function of the Volume button to Camera / Capture as follows:
Open the Camera
Click on the Gear icon to access the settings
Click on the "Volume Key"
Select the "Camera Key" option
If that doesn't work, some Android users may need to download the free "Camera 360" app from the Google Play store..