As an unwritten rule, Windows is compatible with the wireless technology of Bluetooth. And Bluetooth has been helpful when you wanted to connect two devices together so that you can share files easily. Bluetooth has not been forgotten, people still use it, even for Windows 10. It is used to pair speakers, keyboards, phones, and tethering. But it also comes with some problems from time to time, especially when it comes to Bluetooth connectivity.
How to Solve Bluetooth Connectivity Problems in No Time
Remove and add again the Bluetooth device
It’s like that situation when you turn off the device, and all works out: it’s the same here, just remove the Bluetooth device and add it again. In order to do this, you need to press the Windows button and open Control Panel. Then, open Devices and Printers. Click-right on the device, then remove it and add it again.
Allow the Bluetooth Device to search for your PC
In order to do this, you need to turn on the Bluetooth discovery in case the Bluetooth from your PC does not show. You need to press the Windows button and open Control Panel. Then, open Devices and Printers. Click-right on the device, then click on Bluetooth Settings to connect to your PC. then click on Allow Bluetooth Devices to Find this PC, then click on OK to save the changes.
Update your Bluetooth Driver
Your Bluetooth Driver may be outdated. This might make it difficult for it to work correctly on Windows 10. You need to update it. In order to do so, you need to click on the Windows button, and then you need to select Device Manager. Click right on the Bluetooth device, then choose Properties. Then, you need to click on the Driver tab, and later on Update Driver.
The Bottom Line
In short, we hope that this quick guide helped you address your Bluetooth connectivity issues.
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