fix connections to bluetooth audio devices and wireless displays in windows 10

Fix connections to Bluetooth audio devices and wireless displays

Bluetooth audio

If pressing the Connect button in Action Centre doesn’t find your device, try the following:
Make sure that your Windows device supports Bluetooth and that it’s turned on. You’ll see a Bluetooth button in Action Centre.


If you don’t see the Bluetooth button, try updating your device’s driver. Here’s how: go to Start, enter Device Manager, select it from the list of results, and then, in Device Manager, locate your device, right-click (or press and hold) it, select Update Driver Software, select Search automatically for updated driver software, and then follow the rest of the steps.
If Bluetooth is turned on, and the driver is up to date, but your device still doesn’t work, try removing the device and re-pairing it. Here’s how: go to Start, enter Devices, select Bluetooth, select the device, select Remove device, and then try pairing again.
Make sure that the Bluetooth-enabled audio device is on and discoverable. How you do this varies with devices, so check the info that came with your device or go to the manufacturer’s website.

Miracast devices

If pressing the Connect button in Action Centre doesn’t find your device, try the following:
Make sure that your Windows device supports Miracast by checking the information that came with it or by going to the manufacturer’s website.
Make sure that WiFi is turned on.
Make sure that the display you want to project to supports Miracast and that it’s turned on. If it doesn’t, you’ll need a Miracast adapter (sometimes called a “dongle”) that plugs in to an HDMI port.

WiGig devices

If pressing the Connect button in Action Centre doesn’t find your device, try the following:
Make sure that your Windows device supports WiGig and is turned on. If your PC supports WiGig, you’ll see a WiGig button in Settings > Flight mode.
Make sure that the display supports WiGig. If it doesn’t, you’ll need a WiGig dock.

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34 thoughts on “fix connections to bluetooth audio devices and wireless displays in windows 10”

    1. I have a Swedish key board but I speak English. How can I use this system and what is the best method to switch to US key board when I work with Eng. Language. Thanks, M.

  1. I cannot get a connection to Adobe Flash Player, I have windows 10. Can you connect me to Bluetooth?

  2. I cannot connect my Oontz Bluetooth speaker to Window 10 on my PC. It worked perfectly on Windows 8.. It says paired, but it does NOT work. Nor will it connect to any of my other devices via Bluetooth such as Canon Printer which also worked on Window 8!

    1. I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM TRYING TO PAIR AN OONTZ SPEAKER THROUGH BLUETOOTH. DID YOU FIND A SOLUTION?

  3. how can I connect my phone to my computer when putting usb from phone and into the computer its not recognizing it and wont allow me to connect. what do I do?

  4. I am struggling to connect on the internet with D-LIN Telkom mOBILE. It keeps on telling me my dongle is not trusted. An app is blocking it from setting it up. What do I need to do?

  5. at least most of you sound like you have a connect icon to click on I don’t even have that but I bet it wouldn’t work if I did,…. denon Bluetooth A.V. receiver paired alright but no music in my living room hope no one from Microsoft is involved in our nuclear program

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