a.Swipe in from the right to bring up the charms, and select
b.Tap or click
Change PC Settings.
Update and recovery, then select Windows Update.
Check for updates. Make sure to look at the Optional updates in the results.
2.Check the device manufacturer’s site for updated drivers.
3.Check the radio manufacturer’s site for updates. To determine what make and model of Bluetooth radio you have:
a.Swipe in from the right to bring up the charms and select
Search, and search for device manager. Open Device Manager from the search results.
b.In Device Manager, expand Bluetooth, and look for a device with a name starting with Broadcom, Intel, or Qualcomm Atheros (these are the major radio manufacturers).
Check the website of your radio manufacturer for driver updates.
c.If you don’t see one of these manufacturers, but instead see Generic Bluetooth Adapter:
i.Press-and-hold or right-click on Generic Bluetooth Adapter, and select
4.Once you have updated your Bluetooth drivers, please try using your device again. In many cases, updating to the latest drivers will resolve the issue. In some
instances, you may need to un-pair and re-pair the device from the Bluetooth settings (from the
Settings charm, select Change PC Settings, and then select Bluetooth) to completely fix the issue.
If, after updating to the latest available driver and re-pairing the device, your Bluetooth device is still not working, please provide the following information in your post:
·PC manufacturer and model
·Bluetooth radio manufacturer and model
·Remote device manufacturer and model
This information will help Microsoft to further understand your issue and determine if it is a known issue or a new problem that needs additional investigation.
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