Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Bluetooth is a wireless connection method used for two
different devices together, like a computer, cell phone, headset or sync. You
are required to enter code synchronization when connecting two devices, but
most likely you do not want to enter this information each time you want to
sync the hardware. Instead, you can automatically start the Bluetooth devices
in sync with each other.
1. Turn on the Bluetooth device (such as a headset) and the
hardware you want to synchronize with the equipment (such as your computer or
2. Click the "Start" button when using a computer,
select "Control Panel" and finally "Hardware and Sound".
Select "Bluetooth Devices" and click "Add" and wait for the
computer to search for Bluetooth devices. Press "Setup" when using a mobile phone, select
"Bluetooth" and activate the configuration. This allows the phone to
search for the Bluetooth device.
3. Select the Bluetooth device, once it is detected (both
computers and mobile phones) and enter your pair of four-digit code (listed in
the user manual of Bluetooth device).
4. Press "OK" on your computer or mobile phone
connects to Bluetooth. Now each time the devices are enabled on the phone and
the computer automatically detect and connect to Bluetooth devices.
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