A potential fix for connection problems to Bluetooth audio devices – or wireless displays in Windows 10 – is to check that Bluetooth is turned on the device. Please check that Bluetooth is turned on, on the device you are trying to connect to Windows 10.
The guide offers steps to fix two Bluetooth device connection problems: 1, problems connecting to Bluetooth audio devices 2, problems connecting to Bluetooth wireless displays.
Try the following to fix connections to Bluetooth audio devices and wireless displays in Windows 10-
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Confirm That Your PC Supports Miracast
Follow the steps below to check this-
- Right-click Windows 10 Start Menu and select Run.
- Enter dxdiag in the Run command and click OK. The DirectX Diagnostic Tool will open.
- On then bottom right of the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, click Save All Information.
- Then, on the Save as dialogue box, select a location to save the file and note it – then, note the file name and click Save.
- Finally, open the text file and press Ctrl and F keys simultaneously to display the Find box. On the Find what field, enter Miracast and click Find Next. When you Miracast, confirm that it displays Available – see the second screenshot below.
- Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. To do this on your PC, select the Network ( or ) icon at the far right of the taskbar, and then check the Wi-Fi quick action. On your Windows 10 phone, swipe down from the top of your screen to open action center, and then check the Wi-Fi quick action.
- The display should support Miracast and verify it’s turned on. If your wireless display doesn’t, you’ll need a Miracast adapter (sometimes called a dongle) that plugs into an HDMI port.
- Make sure your device drivers are up to date and the latest firmware is installed for your wireless display, adapter, or dock. See the support info on the manufacturer’s website for instructions, or search Microsoft Store for your manufacturer’s app to help you.
- Restart your PC or phone and the wireless display or dock.
- Remove the wireless display or dock, and then reconnect it. To remove the device, open Settings , and then select Devices > Bluetooth & other devices . Select the wireless display, adapter, or dock, then select Remove device. After that, try reconnecting.
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