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Connect Bluetooth Speakers to my Laptop.

HP Pavilion X360-S101TU
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey,

 I just bought myself a bluetooth speakers to use along with my devices including my laptop. But I'm not able to connect the bluetooth speakers to my laptop. It's able to connect and play music with my smartphone and my tablet. I just can't use the option Allow a Device To Connect in my laptop, though it has the option to send and recieve files which works fine with my smartphone. Plz help me figure a way to connect the bluetooth speakers to my laptop. 

 

Laptop Info:

 

HP PAVALION X360-S101TU.

PRODUCT NUMBER- T0Y57PA#ACJ

BLUETOOTH DEVICE- INTEL AC 3165 WIFI+BLUETOOTH

 

It will be a pleasure to receive support from you guys.

 

Thanks.

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Connect Bluetooth Speakers to my Laptop.

 

Hi @viveksh30,

 

Welcome to the HP Support Forums.

 

I read your post about your HP Pavilion 13-s101tu x360 not detecting the Bluetooth Headphones. Here is a link that shows you how to check that Bluetooth discovery settings are turned on and file sharing is also turned on.

 

If you need additional assistance please include your Notebook Model number and type of Headphones.


Please let me know how this goes.

 

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