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On your other device's Home Screen, tap Settings, then tap iCloud. Sign in. If you don't have one, sign up and follow the instructions. Then tap to turn on Find my iPhone, and when asked to confirm, click Allow.
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Make iPhone Bluetooth Discoverable
First on your iPhone click the Settings icon on the iPhone desktop to display the settings menu
Once on the iPhone Settings screen click the General option located near the bottom of the initial iPhone Settings screen which will open the General Settings as displayed
The iPhone General Settings screen will display the status of Bluetooth which in the above example is On
Click the Bluetooth option to display the iPhone Bluetooth
If Bluetooth is set to Off simply move the slider to the On position
This will make your iPhone discoverable which is where we want to leave the iPhone device while we begin the configuration on the Windows 7 computer
Windows 7 Add A Device
Now on the Windows 7 computer launch the Control Panel by clicking the Windows Start icon in the lower left corner and selecting Control Panel from the Start Menu which will launch the Windows 7 Control Panel
Once Control Panel is open click the Add A Device link underneath Hardware and Sound to launch the Add a Device configuration window If you dont see the iPhone immediately dont worry it should show up in a couple seconds.
If it does not try to move the iPhone closer to the computer to see if that is the problem
Add iPhone To Windows 7 Via Bluetooth
Now click the iPhone icon in the Add a Device configuration window to highlight it and then click the Next button at the bottom of the window.
This will pop open a window on the iPhone as well as a new configuration window on the Windows 7 Computer as displayed below. You need to compare the pairing number on both computers and if it is the same click OK on each device.
Your iPhone will display the below pop up window which should have the pairing code confirmed on both devices before clicking Allow. iPhone Bluetooth Pairing Confirmation
Once the pairing code has been confirmed on both devices you should see a confirmation message
to suit multiple usb devices
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