I'm new to the community. I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 and would like to activate the Bluetooth feature, assuming it has a Bluetooth feature. There is a Bluetooth symbol on the front left of my laptop, but the light is not lit. I searched my cell phone for new devices to pair with, hoping to find my laptop, but found nothing. Can anyone help?
With most systems,Bluetooth does not come as a standard addition,you have to select it when ordering.There are 2 ways to turn on bluetooth(if you have this feature),there is a switch on the side of the laptop marked for wireless,and bluetooth.Second,hit the fn key + f2 key,this controls the wireless radios.If you do not get the bluetooth light to come on,chances are,you did not purchase it.You can order one it is an easy installation proccess.
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