Struggling with Bluetooth Connectivity in Windows 10? In this quick tutorial article, we’ll provide you with information to help you resolve this problem.
Most of the time in Windows 10, you are paired with Bluetooth device, but it is shown as not connected. This problem is very common with Windows 10 laptops and desktops that are equipped with a Bluetooth device.
This problem is very annoying as, on one side, the computer shows the status of being paired with the Bluetooth device but on the other side the Bluetooth device show the status of being connected to a device. But you cannot access the Bluetooth device. Normally this problem occurs when you are using more than one Bluetooth device.
People like using Bluetooth because there is no internet or data required. It uses its own hardware to connect with other devices wirelessly.
But most people don’t understand how it works, which can make it very difficult to trouble shoot when the devices won’t connect.
When your Bluetooth device isn’t connecting, you don’t need to check to see if your mobile device has service (for mobile data) or check to see if your Wi-Fi is functioning (or even resetting or restarting the Wi-Fi hardware) because neither of these have anything to do with the connection of your Bluetooth device to another.
How to Resolve Bluetooth Connectivity Problem in Windows 10
In this tutorial, we will guide you how to fix or resolve the Bluetooth connectivity problem in Windows 10. You should follow the below simple steps to overcome this problem:
- All you need is to press windows+A to launch the action centre
- Then you should press the Connect button present at the bottom of the windows.
- At last you should select you device from the list and check whether it is working or not.
This should resolve the issue. Let us know if the problem persists after following the above steps in the comments section below.