Restoring Lost Bluetooth Icon to Your Windows System Tray

Missing Bluetooth IconThe Bluetooth icon in the Windows system tray provides an easy way to connect and manage Bluetooth devices on your Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 computer, and many Bluetooth users rely on it. But an accidental click in the wrong place can cause you to lose that icon, leaving no obvious way to access Bluetooth settings. Here is how to restore it.

The Problem

When Bluetooth is activated in a Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10 computer, Windows places a Bluetooth icon in the System Tray—the collection of easily accessible icons near the clock. It will either appear on the task bar or can be accessed by clicking the upward pointing triangle.
Clicking the Bluetooth icon displays a menu with entries for adding and managing Bluetooth devices. At the bottom of the menu, in a location that is easy to click by mistake, there is a Remove Icon entry. This removes the icon and closes the menu with no notification or confirmation. The next time you go to use Bluetooth, the icon is unexpectedly gone. With no icon or other indication that Bluetooth is available, it is easy to assume that Bluetooth is broken or no longer exists on the computer. It is difficult to understand why Microsoft included this, since icons in the System Tray can be easily hidden using the Customize link on the menu.

Although it is extremely easy to remove the icon by accident, Windows provides no easy way to restore it. Despite the importance of Bluetooth these days, especially to tablet users, Windows provides no Bluetooth control applet in the Control Panel. In Windows 8/8.1, a Bluetooth settings panel is available several levels deep from the Settings icon in the Charms menu, but like most Charms panels, its functionality is limited, and it includes no method to restore the Bluetooth icon.

Restoring the Icon

A detailed Bluetooth control applet does exist. Called Change Bluetooth Settings, it can be opened by searching for it in the Start menu. The procedure is slightly different in Windows 7 and in Windows 8/8.1/10, but once found, the icon is easy to restore.

Windows 7

1. Click the Start button.
Search Change Bluetooth Settings Windows 7
2. Type “change Bluetooth settings” in the Search Programs and Files box directly above the Start button.
3. “Change Bluetooth Settings” should appear in a list of search results as you type. Click it to open the Bluetooth Settings window shown below.
Change Bluetooth Icon in Windows 7
4. Under the Options tab, place a check in the box next to Show the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.
5. Click OK and restart Windows. The icon should reappear the next time you log in.

Window 8/8.1

1. Right-click the Start Button.
2. Select Search
Search Change Bluetooth Settings Windows 8
3. Making sure Everywhere is selected, type “change Bluetooth settings.”
4. “Change Bluetooth Settings” should appear in a list of search results as you type. Click it to open the Bluetooth Settings window shown below.
Change Bluetooth Icon Windows 8
5. Under the Options tab, place a check in the box next to Show the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.
6. Click OK and restart Windows. The icon should reappear the next time you log in.

Windows 10 (Creators Update and Later)

1. Click Start.

2. Click the Settings gear icon.

3. Click Devices. This will open the Bluetooth & Other Devices window

4. At the right of this window, click More Bluetooth Options. This will open the Bluetooth Settings window.

5. Under the Options tab, place a check in the box next to Show the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.


6. Click OK and restart Windows. The icon should reappear the next time you log in.

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106 comments on “Restoring Lost Bluetooth Icon to Your Windows System Tray”

  1. grahamft Reply

    Sorry, no, doesn’t work. The problem is that since I upgraded to Windows 10, the Bluetooth icon *only* appears in the System Tray when Bluetooth is turned on. If Bluetooth is turned off, the icon disappears. In Windows 7, the Bluetooth icon *always* appeared, whether on or off.

    • David Roberts Reply

      The Bluetooth icon appearing only when Bluetooth is turned on is the normal behavior for Windows 10. However, you turn on Bluetooth and the icon does not appear, then the procedure in this blog post may help you recover it.

      • Nil Reply

        Hi David,
        I’m interested in how-to override this “normal” behaviour of win10 and return back to normal behaviour of win7 – within win10 -, where the bluetooth icon indicates its ‘off’ status too. Have you any idea how to reach this habit?

        • Andy D. Reply

          Currently, in Windows 10 when using the recommended driver distributed through Windows Update for the Plugable Bluetooth, the tray icon is handled entirely by Windows. As far as I’m aware, the behavior of the tray icon in Windows cannot be modified beyond what is described in this article.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for asking! I’ve updated the blog post to include instructions for Windows 10. The procedure is basically the same, just the method to open the Bluetooth Settings window is different.

        • Andy D. Reply

          It could be that you’re behind on Windows Updates, or it could be that there is some other issue that may need to be looked into by the manufacturer of your Bluetooth solution on your PC.

  2. Jerry Reply

    Bluetooth no longer appears on the menu since I refreshed my PC. “Change bluetooth settings” only gives me a “No items match your search” result.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Jerry, Thanks for your question. This is likely because Bluetooth itself is not working. I would check the Bluetooth Support Service to make use it is running. It it isn’t, try setting to “Automatic” and restart your computer. If this doesn’t work, I would be happy to help if you have a Plugable adapter. Please contact us directly at If you have an adapter from another company, the next step would be to contact them to help. Thanks!

  3. I D C Reply

    This did not work for me on windows 10. Searching “change bluetooth” in the control panel gives no results.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for posting. I just tested it, and it still works. The “change Bluetooth settings” link will be under the words “Devices and Printers.”

    • Jena Prabhakar Reply

      I have have a new laptop with window 10, can’t find the Bluetooth icon. I have been searching to locate the icon by following all instructions but of no help. It is like frustrating situation, wasting of time and a lot. It seem to me that window 7 was better and much much easier to operate than window 10. Need help.

      • David Roberts Reply

        Hi Jena, If the Bluetooth icon isn’t showing up on a new Windows 10 laptop, then the most likely causes are either that there is no Bluetooth installed, or its drivers haven’t been installed. I would check the specs to make sure Bluetooth is included, and if it is, I would contact customer support at the laptop maker to find out why it isn’t working.

  4. Arne Reply

    As others have said searching for ‘change bluetooth’ yields no results. The bluetooth support service is running, I have several bluetooth dongles yet I have no bluetooth functionality at all, no option to turn it on or off anywhere.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Arne,

      The “Change Bluetooth Settings” will only appear if your computer has recognized and connected a Bluetooth adapter. If you have connected several adapters without removing the drivers from previous ones, they could be conflicting with each other, and preventing any from working correctly. If any of your adapters is a Plugable one, please contact us at, and we can help straighten this out. If not, try plugging each adapter in one by one, then remove its driver in Device Manager by right-clicking, then selecting Uninstall. In the next window, select to delete the driver completely. Once you have done this for each adapter, plug in just one of them, and install its driver if it comes with one for the Windows version you are using. With Windows 10, you should be able to just plug it in. If the Bluetooth icon still doesn’t appear, and you aren’t able to find Change Bluetooth Settings in Control Panel, then there is probably a more serious problem in your Bluetooth software that needs to be addressed.

      I hope this is helpful.


  5. grahamft Reply

    Create a shortcut on your Desktop. Make the URL “ms-settings:bluetooth”. Instant access to your Bluetooth settings. Sorted!

  6. jovita Reply

    i could not find it when i typed ”change bluetooth”. and i use window 8.

    • David Roberts Reply

      If it isn’t showing up, make sure Bluetooth is actually working on your computer. You should be able to see it in Device Manager.

  7. Oscar L Guimmayen jr Reply

    hi im oscar i have window 7 before then i download window 10, my problem is bluetooth how to restored, in my device there is no list bluetooth..

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Oscar, Probably either the proper drivers for your Bluetooth adapter haven’t loaded after the update, or your adapter doesn’t have a Windows 10 driver available. If you have a Plugable adapter, I would be happy to help with this. Just email us at If you have another company’s driver, it would probably be good to contact their customer support.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for asking! If the icon has been turned off in the Bluetooth settings by removing the check mark from “Show the Bluetooth icon in the Notification area” in the Change Bluetooth Settings window as mentioned here, you should be able to access that Window as explained in this blog post, even though you don’t have admin access. However, if the problem is that the software isn’t installed, or there is a driver issue, you may need to obtain Admin rights to resolve it.

  8. Silver Girl Reply

    Since upgrading to Windows 10, my Bluetooth 4.0 has disappeared from my Device Manager. Bluetooth icon is missing in settings Windows 10, No Bluetooth icon in the device manager, Bluetooth icon is not in Control Panel or SysTray.

    I restarted the Support Service — nothing. I ran the Troubleshooter — nothing. Bluetooth no longer appears on the menu since I refreshed my PC. “Change bluetooth settings” only gives me a “No items match your search” result.

    I have an ASUS R510LA (July 2014) with a Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wifi Adapter.

  9. Oscar L Guimmayen jr Reply

    pls help me to restore my bluetooth in my loptop i dont know how to put it back , i use it before then i directly off my bluetooth speaker then the bluetooth in my computer is missing..

  10. Prafull Rajurkar Reply

    Thank. I tried restoring bluetooth icon and it was sucessfully installed. Thanks a lot.

  11. Eduardo Reply

    In the windows 10 section above, when I type “Change Bluetooth Settings” , the search does not bring anything up

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Eduardo,

      Generally if the search doesn’t bring up the settings when your type Change Bluetooth Settings, then something has gone wrong with the Bluetooth installation. If you have a Plugable adapter, please contact us directly at and we can help with this. Thanks!

  12. Jeremy Reply

    Had Same Issue…Had No Bluetooth Icon + Bluetooth Settings. But Had Bluetooth Adapter Showing Under Device Manager.
    Just Fixed It Like This:
    Right Clicked On Bluetooth Adapter Under Device Manager And Uninstalled It With Delete Driver & Software Ticked.
    That’s All…Pulled Out USB Bluetooth Adapter & Put It Back In…Windows Installed It’s Generic Drivers & My Bluetooth Icon Was Back. I’m Not Going To Update The Bluetooth Drivers Now.

    Hope This Helps.

  13. ostotohotspot Reply

    My Windows 10 laptop bluetooth can’t work after a update. I can’t see it in Device Manager. My brother said that the bluetooth driver for Windows 10 was missing. He gave me a program named Driver Talent to install bluetooth driver for Windows 10.

  14. Kevin Reply

    I Have windows 8.1. When I seasch for “change bluetooth” as per your blog “Change Bluetooth Settings does not come up. Is there a command line instruction I can use for the same purpose?

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Kevin, Thank you for your comment. There isn’t a command that I know of that will activate the Change Bluetooth Settings window from a command prompt. If the setting window isn’t coming up, it probably means there is something wrong with the Bluetooth installation. Some possibilities are the Bluetooth Support Service being turned off or the Bluetooth adapter not being installed. If you have a Plugable adapter, please contact us directly at We will help with this. Thanks!

  15. Felix Reply

    I lose my bluetooth (device becomes inactive/hidden) and the only way it works again is if I run the “Btw_on.exe” file. I need to do this every time. Anyway this can be fixed? All settings within “Services” are set to automatic. Windows 10 is a tough one.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Felix, Thank you for posting. I’ve never seen this particular issue. If you have a Plugable adapter, we would be happy to see if we can figure it out. If so, please contact us at Thanks!

  16. Frederic Reply

    I have lost the bluetooth icon bluetooth pairing and can’t get it back. None of your work-arounds have helped. I reset the computer and reinstalled all Intel and Dell drivers. Not a fix.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Generally when this happens it means that for some reason the Bluetooth support software isn’t running. It could be because it has been disabled, conflicting with other software, or it could be caused by a problem with the Bluetooth adapter itself. Probably the best thing to do at this point is to contact the maker of your computer if the adapter is built in or contact the adapter maker if it in an external Bluetooth adapter.

  17. Charlie Pearson Reply

    Hi. It looks as if some of the people above are having the same problem as me. Your fixes don’t currently fix the problem for me but this may be because my problem is subtly different or it may be that you needed more details. What I see is as follows:
    1. I have a Lenovo Yoga laptop running Windows 10. Out of the box, and until very recently, it ran a Bluetooth mouse fine – I didn’t know where the Bluetooth settings were on the machine and I didn’t need to: it just worked! Whether I did a ‘start’, a ‘restart’, or simply a ‘resume’ by opening the lid it just worked. (Microsoft arc Bluetooth mouse, not USB)
    2. Suddenly, perhaps as a result of a windows update (I don’t always notice what these are/when they are) the behaviour of the machine has changed: Now, if I ‘start’ or ‘restart’ my laptop the mouse works fine. About half of the times that I ‘resume’ or open the lid to continue it works fine, but on the other half the mouse doesn’t work. When it doesn’t work, the Bluetooth icon in ‘printers and devices’ has disappeared too.
    3. When the Bluetooth icon has disappeared, I can find no way to get it back without re-starting the machine. If I type ‘bluetooth’ in the search box it tells me that perhaps Bluetooth is not installed on the machine. If I ‘re-start’ (so far) the Bluetooth icon re-appears, but I don’t necessarily need to go there because the mouse works again anyway.
    As you can see from the above, this is not consistent: there is no definite trigger that I can see that causes the Bluetooth adapter to become unavailable. Surely if this was a driver problem it would be consistent. (Incidentally: your suggestion of typing ‘Bluetooth change’ in the Control Panel search bar produces nothing at all).
    Do you have any other thoughts?

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for posting. It sounds like there is a deeper problem than just the driver, especially since the icon is disappearing and reappearing. I think this is probably the last thing you want to hear, but I recommend contacting Lenovo about this. If your computer is still under warranty and it turns out to be a hardware problem, you would be covered.

  18. munish sharma Reply

    just try connecting your laptop with a mobile hot spot through wifi, bluetooth icon will appear for sure and you can use it again, if disappeared again do the same procedure.

  19. jenny Reply

    If I click go to devices and printers and right click the name of my computer I can see the Bluetooth settings option, but on clicking it, it doesn’t respond. what do I do?

  20. David Roberts Reply

    Thank you for posting. If the Bluetooth settings don’t appear, there is likely a driver problem with your Bluetooth adapter. If you have a Plugable adapter, please contact us at, and we would be able to help with this. Otherwise, you will probably have to contact your computer or Bluetooth adapter maker.

  21. Aviv Valuevich Reply

    For those who have win10 and this guide didnt help you,search device manager and there click on universal serial bus controllers and enable them all,worked for me

  22. angus h Reply

    I have win10, this guide didn’t help at all. I read the previous comment, searched for device manager, opened it and there was a bluetooth icon there that i right clicked and there was an option to enable. This happened after I updated my pc.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for pointing this out. It may be a change introduced by the update. I’ll check it out and update the blog post accordingly.

    • David Roberts Reply

      After looking into this, I think that probably the Bluetooth adapter in your computer was disabled, and right-clicking the icon for the adapter and selecting Enable caused it to be enabled again.

  23. silvester kisia Reply

    My Bluetooth icon disappeared for windows 7 and i have tried the procedure above it doesn’t bring the ‘change Bluetooth settings’ option.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for posting. If the procedure here doesn’t work, there is probably a deeper problem with your Bluetooth adapter or its drivers. If you have a Plugable Bluetooth adapter, please contact us at, and we can help with this. If you have a built-in adapter or one from another company, please contact your computer maker or the maker of your adapter.

  24. francis Reply

    I have the same problem with my asus laptop, sometimes the bluetooth icon disappeared, but in services the bluetooth services are running.
    I resfreshed these services and the icon reappeared.
    The mouse is paired but can NOT connect !
    Only after reboot it is connected again.
    and now, what to do ?

    • Andy D. Reply

      Hello Francis. If you have not already done so, try removing the existing pairing for the mouse, turn off Bluetooth temporarily on any other devices that the mouse may have been used with, then follow the mouse’s paring instructions to pair it with your computer again.

  25. jbrown Reply

    There is clearly an issue with Windows 10 and Bluetooth connectivity that laptop users are running into and that “help” people are not able to replicate so just don’t understand. Without warning bluetooth is totally inaccessible. If you go to device manager and click to view hidden items bluetooth presents itself and everything extending from the bluetooth tree is greyed out.

    Some people suggest we go to services and make sure that the bluetooth items indicated there are set to “automatic” (mine are, although it says “automatic (trigger start)” on the main screen while indicating simply “automatic” when I’ve opened the properties box. Also, within services, it’s suggested you change from “local services” to NT AUTHORITY/localservices and removed the password.

    I’ve now encountered this situation twice. Both times the only thing that worked was to restore back before the most recent critical update. The second time I noticed that my wifi connection (NOT bluetooth) with my printer is screwed up… and wonder if there’s some conflict there.

    The fact is, there IS an issue with laptops and bluetooth that does not have anything to do with the standard “update driver” and reconnect suggestions – The bluetooth files are on our machines and things are updated but rendered completely inaccessible. Something in the programming is hiding it from use and service. Is it every Windows10 update? Is there a conflict between the bluetooth programming and wifi programming if both are utilized? I don’t know. I’m not a techie; I’m just an incredibly frustrated user that has spent DAYS looking for answers.

    I’ve found multiple threads where a person in search of answers has said they’re giving up on the thread. This appears to be another one. I’ve yet to find a site where the true problem has been identified and a solution found.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thanks for posting. If you have this issue again, could you contact me at Put “For David Roberts” in the subject line, so I’ll get it. We have a diagnostic programs that will let me look at the device and driver situation, and I may be able to figure out what the problem is.

  26. jbrown Reply

    “For those who have win10 and this guide didnt help you,search device manager and there click on universal serial bus controllers and enable them all,worked for me”

    This was the only new suggestion I’ve seen. Next time (because, alas, I’m betting there will be one) I will see if this is possible. Thank you.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Yes, definitely, a USB Bluetooth adapter won’t work if your USB controllers are disabled. That will cause a lot of other problems too.

  27. Con Reply

    Thank you, very clear and straight forward instructions my Bluetooth disappeared from the system tray
    Win 8.1 I remember back in 1997 me talking to my friend about all the problems we were having getting printers and sound cards exec to work and saying in ten years the computer will do it all itself (remember Plug and Pray) pun intended Well I use to reason that twenty years before my Intel 200MhzMMX super computer that computers were sending men to the moon and were in nuclear submarines and power stations yet my 200MHZ twenty year later couldn’t sort out my sound card or a modem exec.
    Once again thank you I have bookmarked your site.

  28. Minerva Moser Reply

    I have Windows 8.1, running the classic interface. I can get the “charms” bar to appear easily enough, but when I right-click the “start” icon, virtually nothing happens. When I select the “search” icon and type in “change bluetooth settings,” a display of various articles appears. I don’t know how to get the bluetooth settings dialog window you show on this webpage.

    For the record, I can see bluetooth listed in the device manager, but it goes nowhere from there.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Minerva, Thank you for posting your question. Click Start then type “control” there. You should see Control Panel listed. Click it to open Control Panel. In the search window at the upper-right of the Control Panel Window, type Change Bluetooth Settings and hit Enter. This should display an icon for Devices and Printers with Change Bluetooth Settings below it. If you don’t see this, then for some reason the Bluetooth software isn’t running on your computer. If you have a Plugable adapter, please contact us at, and we can help with this!

  29. Hadzir Reply

    Oh, Thank you so much, now I can share my file via bluetooth again, I thought I have problem with my driver

  30. sergio ruiz Reply

    nope, doesn’t work 5/12/2017 windows 10
    can even find that setting anymore….

    • David Roberts Reply

      I have the latest Creators Update, version 1703 as show below, and Change Bluetooth Settings does show up. If you aren’t seeing it, there is likely a problem with Bluetooth itself on your computer, for example your Bluetooth Support Service is stopped or disabled.

      Try this to see it:

      1. Click Start.
      2. Type Control
      3. Control Panel will open. In the search box at the upper right, type Change Bluetooth Settings
      4. You should see Change Bluetooth settings listed under Devices and Printers.
      5. Click on it and continue as mentioned in the blog post.

      If you don’t see it, and you have a Plugable Bluetooth adapter, please contact us at We can help. Otherwise contact the maker of your computer or external Bluetooth adapter.

  31. Leggo Reply

    I have wireless Bluetooth earphones but they don’t work when I have my laptop on the USB display link even though the PC tells me they’re paired. Tried un-pairing and re-pairing still NG. Taking the laptop off of the display link and the Bluetooth earphones work fine. What am I doing wrong? Thanks

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for posting. I think the probably is probably that the default playback device for Windows is changing when you plug in the DisplayLink device. We have a blog post that talks about resetting the default device. Please look at it and follow the instructions there (setting the Bluetooth earphones as the default) and let me know how it goes. Here is the link:

      Is your DisplayLink a Plugable device? If it is, let me know which model you have. We can loop in our specialist for that device too if needed.


    • David Roberts Reply

      This will often work in cases where you have an Intel Bluetooth adapter.

  32. bobcat Reply

    I had a similar problem following Win10 Update— bluetooth was not showing icon, was hidden in device manager, didn’t existed on settings Devices page…, tried restarting services, updating drivers, rebooting etc. Finally powered down PC, unplugged power cord for a few seconds then restarted and blue tooth works fine.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thanks for the tip! Sometimes completely removing power, then restarting is the kick the computer needs.

  33. Nelo Reply

    I am using hp pavilion g6 with windows 8.1. I am unable to add a Bluetooth device to my system. The icon is showing if I want to transfer files and also shows in the notification area icons. When I click on the show notification and icon, it reads the icon is not currently active. How can I activate it in order to add a device? Thank you.

    • David Roberts Reply

      It’s hard to say exactly why this is happening without a look at the drivers and Bluetooth configuration. Do you have a Plugable Bluetooth adapter? If so, please contact us directly at We happy to help with it. Otherwise, I would recommend reaching out to HP if you have a built-in adapter or to the maker of your adapter if it is an external one.

  34. Scott Carter Walsh Reply

    The problem is with Windows 10, it removes the icon automatically every now and then when you restart or turn on your computer, this is a bug in Windows 10 and is extremely annoying!

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Scott, If the icon is coming and going randomly, it may be a problem with the adapter or software. Do you have a Plugable adapter?

  35. Eric Reply

    1. Windows forces us to go open Bluetooth Settings and turn bluetooth ON to enable the bluetooth icon in the tray.

    2. One of the settings in Bluetooth Settings is to turn bluetooth ON or OFF.

    3. If we turn bluetooth OFF (I normally don’t have my bluetooth ON), the icon disappears.

    4. I only use Bluetooth Settings to turn bluetooth ON or OFF.

    5. Therefore, I can never use the icon to turn bluetooth ON, because the icon disappears as soon as bluetooth is turned OFF.

    6. That’s ridiculous! (I’m talking about Microsoft’s inefficiency, not the author’s tips).

    TIP: A quick way to access the Bluetooth Settings is to press Windows key/i, then click Devices. But MS should just let the dang Bluetooth Settings icon stay in the tray even when bluetooth is OFF.

  36. pradeep mishra Reply

    in my pc not showing bluetooth icon anywhere in system also but i have bluetooth feature in my pc

    • David Roberts Reply

      Thank you for commenting!

      If following the instructions in the blog post didn’t help, then there is probably a driver or other issue with your Bluetooth adapter.

      Do you have a Plugable adapter? If so, we can do some troubleshooting to figure out what it is. If your Bluetooth adapter is built into your computer or if you have an external adapter from another company besides Plugable, I recommend contacting their support for help.

    • David Roberts Reply

      Hi Fatin,

      If you followed the instructions in the blog post and aren’t seeing the Change Bluetooth Settings, then there is likely a larger problem with your Bluetooth adapter or its drivers. Do you have a Plugable adapter? I can help with that. If not, I recomemend reaching out to support for your computer maker if you have built-in Bluetooth to the adapter maker if it is an external Bluetooth adapter.

  37. Ahmed Rakib Reply

    Thanks a lot for this guide!
    I can finally have my bluetooth icon in my windows 10 computer all over again.

  38. Harold Reply

    On Windows 7 click start and type device manager, go to Bluetooth radios right click and enable. Typing change Bluetooth settings doesn’t do anything.

  39. Bhagyoday Reply

    It does not help. In my windows 7 there is no option of ” change bluetooth settings”

    • Andy D. Reply

      The same configuration window can be found by going to Control Panel > Devices and Printers. In that window, locate the icon for the Bluetooth adapter, right-click it, and choose ‘Change Bluetooth settings’.

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