Use a Hudl Bluetooth Remote with Mobile Device

Tips for Pairing the Remote

  • The four digit code on the back of the remote is the remote’s unique Hudl ID.
  • When you see a blinking red light after a button is pressed, the remote is ready to be paired.
  • If there is not a blinking red light on the remote, the remote is already paired with another device. Find this device and disconnect before connecting to a new device.
  • A yellow light blinking in the top right corner of the remote indicates a low battery. The faster the yellow light blinks, the lower the battery.
  • Your iOS device will list the Hudl Bluetooth Remote as a “Bluetooth Keyboard”.
  1. Go to Settings.

  2. Tap Bluetooth.

  3. Turn on Bluetooth. The green tab indicates Bluetooth is activated.

  4. Tap Hudl- followed by your remote’s Hudl ID.

After initial pairing, swipe up on your iOS device, and tap the Bluetooth icon on/off and connect to the remote.

Tips for Pairing the Remote

  • The four digit code on the back of the remote is the remote’s unique Hudl ID.
  • When you see a blinking red light after a button is pressed, the remote is ready to be paired.
  • If there is not a blinking red light on the remote, the remote is already paired with another device. Find this device and disconnect before connecting to a new device.
  • A yellow light blinking in the top right corner of the remote indicates a low battery. The faster the yellow light blinks, the lower the battery.
  • Your computer will list the Hudl Bluetooth Remote as a “Bluetooth Keyboard”.
  1. Go to Settings. 

  2. Select Bluetooth.

  3. Swipe to the right to turn on Bluetooth.

  4. Tap Hudl- followed by your remote’s Hudl ID to connect the remote.