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Can't connect To Bluetooth device on my HP pavilion 15-au003tx

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Pavillion 15-au00tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

It keeps on searching for devices but doesn't show any. I am able to see my laptop as Bluetooth device using my phone but not vice versa. No device is able to connect to my laptop.

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@Protoco1 

 

You need to allow other devices as discoverable before your laptop/notebook can see them.

 

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As I said that I am able to see my laptop as a Bluetooth device from my laptop that mean I am aware that I have to keep any device as discover before trying to pair it.

Thus it doesn't show device even after they are on discover 

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