I Can’t Locate Bluetooth on Mac PC

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I have a new Mac computer. When buying it, I was told it has a wireless input device that uses a similar technology to that of Bluetooth. Of late, I have been trying to use Bluetooth on it, but I have not been able to. How do I find out whether my computer has Bluetooth?  How do I activate Bluetooth on a Mac Computer? All help is appreciated.

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I Can’t Locate Bluetooth on Mac PC


Solution to find out Bluetooth on MAC

Solution 1:

Look for Bluetooth Icon in the menu bar. If the icon is there, your computer has blue tooth.

Solution 2:

1. From the Apple menu choose System Preferences.

2. Choose Bluetooth from the View menu.

3. If the Bluetooth preferences list options for enabling Bluetooth and making your device discoverable, Bluetooth is installed. 

Solution 3:

1. Choose ‘About this Mac’ option from the Apple menu,

2. Then click More Info.

3. Select Bluetooth from the Hardware section.

4. If the Hardware Setting section populated with information, your system has Bluetooth installed.

Solution to activate Bluetooth on MAC

Use the Bluetooth Setup Assistant to set up your device to work with your computer by “pairing” the device with your computer.

1. Find the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar in the upper-right of your display.

2. Choose ‘Set up Bluetooth Device’ from the Bluetooth status menu.

If the Bluetooth status menu isn’t visible in your menu bar, use these steps to open the Bluetooth Setup Assistant:

1. Choose ‘System Preferences’ from the Apple menu, then choose ‘Bluetooth’ from the ‘View’ menu.

2. Enable the "Show Bluetooth status in the menu bar" option. After you pair a device with your computer, you should see the device listed in Bluetooth preferences.

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