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When you want a bluetooth device to connect to your computer's bluetooth receiver, you have to set up the 'password' (which you decide) on both your PC/laptop AND your external device (e.g. BT enabled mobile phone). Generally on the PC/laptop this will be via the drop down menus got by right clicking the BT symbol on your desktop and selecting 'properties' (or via the start menu listing for BT device etc). Then for example your mobile phone's BT menu, via its settings. Do this for each external device. Sometimes devices come with a preset passkey/pairing code which can be a default of 0000. Consult device documents. If the device has no preset then set it up to be the same as the one you set for your PC BT receiver. Test the link by sending (TX) a file to the external device & vice versa (receiving device must be set to receive FIRST)
Generally, connecting phones via bluetooth to a laptop just allows for file transfer between the two devices. It is not to input sound from the phone through the speakers of the laptop. You would need a bluetooth audio device for that such as bluetooth speakers or headphones
Does you laptop have Bluetooth? Open start menu, search, type Buletooth, Does it come up? OR, Open Device Manager, Network Adapters, is Bluetooth adapter listed? OR, Open Services, do you see Bluetooth? If you find the Bluetooth Software, open Settings.
Check to make sure that the driver is installed correctly. Just because it is paired doesn't mean that windows sees it as an audio device. It probably sees it as just another piece of equipment with a bluetooth receiver.
You need to choose listen on your black berry mobile and than search for devices from laptop.
Below given is the online user manual of your blackberry. On Page 26 it tell you how to connect it to bluetooth devices.
Pair with a Bluetooth enabled device
Some Bluetooth® enabled devices have a passkey that you must type before you can pair
1. In the Bluetooth setup application, click Search or Listen.
2. If necessary, click a Bluetooth enabled device.
3. If necessary, type the passkey for the Bluetooth enabled device on your
4. If necessary, type the passkey for the Bluetooth enabled device on the Bluetooth
please refer to pairing bluetooth devices. you,ll need to get the computer to scan/search for the required device, or pair to the device. this usually involves, using the vol up/down buttons or on/off of the receiving device, while the computers bluetooth scans for a signal.
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