Windows 8 & 8.1 - Adding, Connecting & Disconnecting Bluetooth Audio Devices




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Loco Lucas: Thank you 👌😎

Benjamin Lessard: Can anyone tell me how to connect my wireless bluetooth speakers to windows 8.1?

FM Gaming HD: n this work on gaming bluetooth devises ?

Simon Thompson: anyone know how to UNDO the instruction "Ignore this device"?  I am using HP laptop, Windows 8 and Sony Bluetooth speakers.  I thought it could be easily re-set with on/off of PC and Bluetooth speakers.  Now I cannot "find" the damn thing at all, certainly can't pair with my speakers any more.  

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EnjoyableComedian: its wont find the device i want

❤TwightHeart❤: question can you connect your wii remote to your computer this way please answer I been trying to find bluetooth so I could connect with, my computer doesn't have bluetooth and I don't want to buy one either. 

Lourde Antro: I am using Windows 8.1 in my laptop and I tried to connect my phone (samsung s duos) with my lap using bluetooth......... I can see my phone in my lap and then after pairing it shows "Not connected"...... What should I do to rectify it?

Damaris Perez: thank, Your instructions are clear and simple I am trying to activate my first Wireless bluetooth speaker, on Windows 8.1 but I can not continue with the process, because it appears "No device found" really I don't know that to do with the cables that come with the  devices... must be connected to PC?  and turn off the device?

sophia custodia: my icon wont stay pinned in the to the start bar

Fafanimation: What if the headset icon doesn't appear in the playback list?

Thien Ho: Good tutorial video. But it works only if the Bluetooth option's "allow a device to connect" is active.

James Walker: ok so i dont have a wireless tab in settings.... what do i do

Satish Kumar: I always used to remove my audio device and reconnect it. Thanks a lot for sharing this. Makes it much simpler to disable and enable audio devices.

Joey's Modded Lobbies: Or you can right click the audio in the task bar and click "playback speakers"

Kunal Verma: Shortcut really helped :)

Kad Tubo: I cant connect my device and my wireless mouse?

Chad Cooper: Do you know how I would be able to use my laptop as a bluetooth speaker for my phone? I'd like to play music from my phone through my laptop, but whenever I connect my phone to my computer (via bluetooth), they just say that they're paired, and nothing else happens. Every time I right-click the Bluetooth icon (in the task bar) and open the settings, and try to click on "audio" the program stops responding and I have to close it. I'd appreciate any input you can give, as you seem to know what you're doing! I'm running Windows 8.1 and my phone is an HTC One M8. Thanks!

Peter Keogh: Thanks, I wanted to automate this (of course Microsoft has no useful help on the subject) and I found if you set the Bluetooth device as the default device when it is connected it will be the default but when its disconnected the default magically switches back to the integrated speaker. I realise this defeats the point of a default and I have no idea how to change the default default although you may never want to. Hope this is helpful to somone
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Windows 8 & 8.1 - Adding, Connecting & Disconnecting Bluetooth Audio Devices