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    Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    I am trying to pair Bluetooth enabled devices on Windows powered Lenovo laptop. How can I bring in controls to this pairing?

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    expert Array
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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    To control on how your Lenovo laptop running windows pairs with Bluetooth enabled devices, follow the steps below
    • First of all open the control panel from the start menu
    • Tap on ‘Change Bluetooth settings’ after typing Bluetooth in Control Panel search box
    • After tapping options from Bluetooth settings, you can do the steps below
    • Select the checkbox to allow the bluetooth enabled devices to locate this computer, so that this system would become discoverable during the pairing process
    • The click the check box to allow these Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer
    • Finally click on the check box near to give an alert when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect with the system
    This is how you can control on how your Lenovo laptop running windows pairs with Bluetooth enabled devices

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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    Hello,

    1.Click Start,and click Control Panel.

    2.Now click Devices and Printers.

    3.Click Add Device button.

    4.Click the Bluetooth enabled device you want to add to your computer, and then click Next.


    Thanks!!!!!!!

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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    Offcourse you can control Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    To control Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop, you have to follow some steps :


    Steps:
    1. Go to Start
    2. Select Control Panel
    3. Type “Blutooth” in the search box
    4. Click on “Change Bluetooth settings”
    5. Check box enabling Bluetooth devices to search this PC
    6. For connect the Bluetooth devices to PC ,check the box
    7. Now checkbox for providing alert o connect new device
    8. Done !!

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    anuj patel Array
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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    dear friend....
    this is very simple process...
    you have to follow some steps.
    these steps are as follow....

    1. go to control panel

    2. go on device and printer

    3. go to device and click on add device

    4. go and enable bluetooth device....

    thats it......

    Hope this will help you
    thank you....

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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    For using bluetooth device you need a bluetooth hardware in your PC.
    After that you need install all software of bluetooth .
    Then after this Turn on adapter.
    Then right click on icon .
    After this choose "show the bluetooth device".
    It will show all device will avaiable. So pair the device by double click.

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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: Controlling Bluetooth enabled devices pairing in Lenovo windows laptop

    Hello,

    Follow these steps:

    1.Click Start,and click Control Panel.

    2.Now click Devices and Printers.

    3.Click Add Device button.

    4.Click the Bluetooth enabled device you want to add to your computer, and then click Next.


    -Regards

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