Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...

  1. Posts : 149
    Windows 7 64-bit

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...

    Neither my android phone nor my Oontz Angle 3 speaker will be recognized by Bluetooth in my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit computer. When I click on 'Add a Device' in the Bluetooth settings none of these devices can be found. When I check the adapter settings in the Network and Sharing Center, the Bluetooth Network Connection is not connected, and has a big red X on it. I suspect this might be the source of the problem, but I can't figure out how to connect this Bluetooth adapter. Does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks for any and all advice!
      My Computer

  2. Posts : 161
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bits

    I see the same thing but it doesn't matter because Bluetooth works anyways.

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt0a.jpg

    Do you see Bluetoooth in the Device Manager OK?

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt1a.jpg

    Here is how I just added my Xbox One Bluetooth controller to my PC

    1. I started pairing mode in the Xbox One Bluetooth controller

    2, I located and selected it in Add Device to computer

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt2a.jpg

    3. Windows searched for a Driver

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt3a.jpg

    4. Windows found a Driver and loaded it

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt4a.jpg

    5. The Device was successfully added to computer

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt5a.jpg

    6. The Controller can now be seen in Devices

    Unable To Connect Bluetooth Devices...-bt6a.jpg
      My Computer


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