Question about Dell Inspiron 4150 Notebook
You are going to have to find it in your hard drive or your applications and right click and make a shortcut to were ever you want.
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You can find the Control Panel by clicking on the "Start" menu and selecting "Control Panel."
Click on the icon that reads "Hardware and Sound." Then, select the tab that reads "Bluetooth Devices."
Click on the "Add" button. This will put your computer in "Search Mode."
This means that it will search for any compatible Bluetooth devices in the area.
Put your Bluetooth device in "Discovery Mode."
This can be done by pressing and holding the button on the side of the device.
This will cause the device to send out a signal that will be received by the laptop computer.
Select your device from the list of found devices on your laptop.
Once this is done, your laptop and Bluetooth device will be permanently connected as long as they are both turned on.
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