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How to Connect Your Android Phone to a Windows PC Using Bluetooth

Three Methods:

This wikiHow teaches you how to connect wirelessly an Android phone to a Windows PC's Bluetooth network.

Steps

On Windows 10

  1. Open your Android's Settings.This is a grey, gear-shaped app typically found in the App Drawer.
  2. Scroll down and tapBluetooth.It's usually under the "Wireless & networks" heading in the Settings app.
  3. SlideBluetoothright to the "On" position.This switch is at the top of the screen.
  4. Switch to your computer.You'll need to enable Bluetooth on your Windows 10 PC now.
  5. Open the Start menu.You can do so either by clicking the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen, or you can press the key on your computer's keyboard.
  6. Click .It's near the bottom-left corner of the Start window.
  7. ClickDevices.This option is in the middle of the page.
  8. ClickBluetooth & other devices.You'll see this tab on the left side of the Bluetooth window.
  9. Click the switch beneath the "Bluetooth" heading.Doing so will enable your computer's Bluetooth.
  10. ClickAdd Bluetooth or other device.It's at the top of the page.
  11. ClickBluetooth.This option is at the top of the page. Clicking it will open a page with any parable devices.
  12. Click your phone's name.Doing so will prompt your phone and computer to begin connecting.
  13. Wait for a number to appear.You'll see a window on both devices pop up with a six-digit number, which you'll use to verify the connection between them.
    • Make sure the number on your phone and computer matches before continuing.
  14. Click on your computer.This button will appear on the window with the six-digit number.
  15. Tap on your Android.You must do this quickly, or the connection between your Android and your PC will expire. As long as you tapPairin time, your PC and Android will be connected.
    • You may first have to tap a checkbox confirming that you wish to connect your Android to your PC.

On Windows 8

  1. Open your Android's Settings.This is a grey, gear-shaped app typically found in the App Drawer.
  2. Scroll down and tapBluetooth.It's usually under the "Wireless & networks" heading in the Settings app.
  3. SlideBluetoothright to the "On" position.This switch is at the top of the screen.
  4. Switch to your Windows 8 PC.You'll need to enable Bluetooth on this device as well.
  5. Open the Start menu.You can do so either by clicking the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen, or you can press the key on your computer's keyboard.
  6. Typepc settingsinto the search bar.The search bar is near the top of the Start window.
  7. ClickPC Settings.It should be the first option in the Start window.
  8. ClickPC and devices.This tab is on the left side of the page.
  9. ClickBluetooth.It's on the left side of the page.
  10. Click the switch below the "Bluetooth" heading.Doing so will enable Bluetooth on your Windows 8 PC.
  11. Click your phone's name.It should appear under the "Bluetooth" switch.
  12. Click .It's in the bottom-right corner of the phone's name area. Doing so will prompt your phone and your PC to begin connecting.
  13. Wait for a number to appear.You'll see a window on both devices pop up with a six-digit number, which you'll use to verify the connection between them.
    • Make sure the number on your phone and computer matches before continuing.
  14. Click on your computer.This button will appear on the window with the six-digit number.
  15. Tap on your Android.You must do this quickly, or the connection between your Android and your PC will expire. As long as you tapPairin time, your PC and Android will be connected.
    • You may first have to tap a checkbox confirming that you wish to connect your Android to your PC.

Enabling Windows 7 Bluetooth

  1. Open your Android's Settings.This is a grey, gear-shaped app typically found in the App Drawer.
  2. Scroll down and tapBluetooth.It's usually under the "Wireless & networks" heading in the Settings app.
  3. SlideBluetoothright to the "On" position.This switch is at the top of the screen.
  4. Switch to your Windows 7 PC.You'll need to enable Bluetooth on this device as well.
  5. Open the Start menu.You can do so either by clicking the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen, or you can press the key on your computer's keyboard.
  6. ClickDevices and Printers.This option should be on the right side of the Start window, just below theControl Paneloption.
    • If you don't see this option, typedevices and printersinto the "Search" field at the bottom of the Start window, then clickDevices and Printerswhen it appears.
  7. ClickAdd a device.It's in the top-left side of the Devices and Printers window.
  8. Click your Android's name.It should be listed in the middle of the page.
    • If you don't see your device listed here, your Windows 7 might not natively support Bluetooth, in which case you'll need to purchase a USB Bluetooth adapter for your PC.
  9. Click .It's in the bottom-right corner of the window..
  10. Wait for a number to appear.You'll see a window on both devices pop up with a six-digit number, which you'll use to verify the connection between them.
    • Make sure the number on your phone and computer matches before continuing.
  11. Click on your computer.This button will appear on the window with the six-digit number.
  12. Tap on your Android.You must do this quickly, or the connection between your Android and your PC will expire. As long as you tapPairin time, your PC and Android will be connected.
    • You may first have to tap a checkbox confirming that you wish to connect your Android to your PC.

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  • You can also connect to a computer via Bluetooth by turning on the computer's Bluetooth, turning on your phone's Bluetooth, and selecting the computer's name (e.g., "DESKTOP-PC") from below the "Bluetooth" switch on your phone.
  • If you need to purchase a Bluetooth adapter, you can find well-reviewed options on Amazon from around .





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