Make sure you have download bluetooth driver for your computer/laptop from Internet or download from CD. Most laptop now have built-in Bluetooth transceivers that can accommodate several Bluetooth devices and peripherals. When connected, the built-in Bluetooth technology of both the Samsung cell phone and PC allows the user to share documents, music, video, and to sync email and other programs.
Activate Bluetooth on PC
Click the "Start" button and type "Services.msc" in the search box. Press "Enter" on the keyboard to launch the "Services" window. In many laptop there is shortcut button through which by pressing one key you can activate bluetooth.
Right-click "Bluetooth" from the services list. Click "Properties" from the pop-up menu.
Click the "General" tab. Click the drop-down menu next to "Startup type." Click "Automatic." Click "OK" to save the changes and return to the "Services" window.
Right-click "Bluetooth" services. Click "Start" from the pop-up menu. Close the "Services" window and return to the desktop.
Click "Start" and type "Bluetooth" in the search box. Press "Enter" on the keyboard to launch the "Bluetooth" services window.
Click "Change Bluetooth settings." Click the "Options" tab, and under "Discovery", check "Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer," then "Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect". Click "Apply" then "OK" to close out of the window.
Activate Bluetooth on Samsung Cell Phone
Press the "Menu" key from the Home screen. Locate and tap the "Settings" icon. From the "Settings" menu, tap "Wireless and network," then "Bluetooth settings." You can also activate by tapping top section and then pressing down and then just click B/T.
Tap "Bluetooth" located at the top of the "Bluetooth settings" list. Tap "On" to activate the service.
Tap "Visibility" or "Visible" to change the device from "Hidden" to "Always Visible" or "Visible for 3 minutes."
Connect the Devices
Click "Start" and type "Bluetooth" in the search box. Press "Enter" on the keyboard to launch the "Bluetooth" services window. Click "Add a Bluetooth device." Windows will search for the Samsung cell phone.
Select "Pair without using a code," and enter the Samsung cell phone passkey. Click "Next."
Click "Close" once the two devices are connected.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012