Enabling and disabling Bluetooth® in Dell® Studio XPS 13
How to enable and disable Bluetooth in Dell Studio XPS 13?
Different devices such as cell phones, headsets, and computers can get connected via Bluetooth medium. You can easily share files and other kind of data while you are connected with a Bluetooth enabled device. Dell is integrating Bluetooth utility in its upcoming and currently manufactured laptops, so that user can make use of it anytime they want to, no matter wherever they are. If you have Bluetooth enabled on your system then you can easily get connected to all the devices that are available in your range, and you will be connected to them automatically. Your system will be discovering the Bluetooth enabled devices and will pair with them. If the device is enabled on your system, a message will be shown on your laptop, every time you pair with a Bluetooth enabled device with a message that the particular device is trying to connect with your system. You can turn on your system’s Bluetooth device and it will enable you to have easy pairing.
The following points will provide a better understanding of using Bluetooth in Dell Studio XPS 13:
- How Bluetooth devices work?
- Tips to turn on and off Bluetooth in Dell Studio XPS 13
- Things to keep in mind while doing so
How Bluetooth devices work?
Bluetooth devices are supported by wireless technology that is useful in creating different networks that are operating in 2.4 GHz, and it connects devices within a range of 10 meters. Different devices have Bluetooth technology enabled with it, and are extremely useful and functional when it comes to practical life.
Tips to turn on and off Bluetooth in Dell Studio XPS 13
You can easily turn on and off Bluetooth device in Dell Studio XPS 13, and for that you need to follow some extremely easy steps; you need to click on the Start menu, click on Control Panel, and then select the option which is under the heading of ‘Hardware and Sound’. Then you need to click on the Bluetooth Devices tab, and then open the Bluetooth options. If you are not able to access these options in your Dell laptop, this means that your system is not integrated with Bluetooth. After this, you need to click on the “options” tab. Under the discovery head, enable the Bluetooth devices to find under the range. Click ‘Finish’ and apply the settings, and this will enable Bluetooth on your Dell Studio XPS 13.
Things to keep in mind while doing so
While you are enabling the Bluetooth device on your system, you need to make sure that you always pair with such devices that are known to you. This is because if you pair with unknown devices, you may get some kind of external threats into your system via those devices. Therefore, you need to be careful while you are trying to pair with various Bluetooth devices.
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