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How to Pair a Bluetooth Device with Windows 10

Support Bluetooth Device windows 10

Support Bluetooth Device windows 10

Support Bluetooth Device windows 10
Bluetooth is a wireless technology that uses short-range radio signals to communicate with devices. Previously, we showed you how to share files over Bluetooth in Windows 10. Connecting Bluetooth devices is an important activity we might need to do sometimes. Whether it’s a Bluetooth-enabled device such as a headphone, smartphone, smartwatch or even peripherals such as a mouse or keyboard. Windows 10 makes it easy to setup and configure such devices over Bluetooth. Let us show you how.

Connect Devices Over Bluetooth in Windows 10

You will need first to confirm if both devices support Bluetooth. To find out if your computer has Bluetooth installed, press Windows key + X then click Device Manager. You should see Bluetooth listed in the device tree. If there is no Bluetooth listed, an alternative is to install a third party USB Bluetooth Dongle.

Bluetooth Device Setting

ou can also use the Bluetooth device pairing wizard to connect your devices. Click Start, type: devicepairingwizard then hit Enter. Ensure Bluetooth is enabled on your device, so it is discoverable by the wizard. Select the device in the Add a device window, then click Next to begin pairing. Once your device is paired, it will be displayed in the Devices and Printers window.

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