In Windows 8.1
- Turn on your Bluetooth device and make it discoverable. The way you make it discoverable depends on the device.
- Select the Start button > type Bluetooth > select Bluetooth settings from the list.
- Turn on Bluetooth > select the device > Pair.
- Follow any instructions if they appear.
How do I turn on Bluetooth on my HP laptop?
Turn on the wireless/Bluetooth switch on your laptop. Click “Start,” then “Control Panel,” then “Network and Sharing Center” and finally “HP Wireless Assistant.” The wireless devices that are installed on your laptop are displayed. Look for “Bluetooth.”
How do I connect my Windows 8 laptop to my phone?
Connect the phone to your Windows 8 PC using the data cable included with the phone. Once connected, on your smartphone, swipe your finger from top to down on the screen to open the notification tray. Under the Notifications section, tap the Connected as a media device option.
How can I add Bluetooth to my laptop?
Click the “Start” button on your desktop and select “Devices and Printers.” This will display your Bluetooth options. You may also see a Bluetooth icon in your system tray. Click “Add a Device.” Set your phone or device as visible to other Bluetooth devices.
Why won’t my Bluetooth headphones connect to my HP laptop?
Press the Windows + W keys on the keyboard, type device manager into the Search field for Settings, and then click Device Manager from the list of results. On the Device Manager window, double-click to expand the Network adapters list and look for Bluetooth. Download the Bluetooth drivers.
How do you know if laptop has Bluetooth?
To determine whether your PC has Bluetooth hardware, check the Device Manager for Bluetooth Radio by following the steps:
- a. Drag the mouse to bottom left corner and right-click on the ‘Start icon’.
- b. Select ‘Device manager’.
- c. Check for Bluetooth Radio in it or you can also find in Network adapters.
How do I know if my HP laptop has Bluetooth?
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