How to Fix Connection to Bluetooth Audio Devices and Wireless Displays
Now a days Bluetooth and Wireless technology are mostly used in Electronic equipment like Audio devices, Visual devices and scientific devices. And the connection between them is quick simple to moderate. In this article we emphasis on fixation techniques to counter problems related to such connections. We will see fixation technique to four types of electronic devices using Bluetooth or Wireless technology. These are Miracast devices, audio devices, WiGig Devices and our PCs. We will illustrate each one by one.
Miracast Devices –
Check 1 – Make sure your windows device supports Miracast, which should be checked by information in PC or by manufacturer website.
Check 2 – Wi-Fi is Turned On.
Check 3 – The display device which you want to project to supports Miracast is turned on. If not check the adapter which should be plugged into the HDMI port.
Check 4 – Device driver should be up to date and latest firmware is installed for wireless display or adapter.
Check 5 – Now restart your PC and Wireless display or adapter.
Check 6 – In case you want to remove the device follow – Go to Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & Other devices > Under Projectors > Select the wireless display or adapter, then select Remove device > Yes.
Bluetooth Audio –
Check 1 – Make sure your window device supports Bluetooth. Check if it is turned on.
Check 2 – If after checking you didn't find the Bluetooth button, then update the device driver. To do so, Goto Start > Device Manager > locate the device, select update Driver > then select "Search automatically for update driver software "and follow the instructions provided there.
Check 3 – If Bluetooth is not working after countering the above errors, then remove and re-pair it once. To do so – Goto start > Devices > Select Bluetooth & other devices settings > Remove Device > Yes.
Check 4 – Now make sure that the Bluetooth enabled audio device is on and discoverable. Check that all issued has been solved.
WiGig Devices -
Make sure that support device support WiGig and is turned On. You can find it in Settings > Network & Internet > Airplane mode.
Personal Computers -
Check 1 - Make sure your windows device supports Miracast, which should be checked by information in PC or by manufacturer website.
Check 2 - The display device which you want to project to supports Miracast is turned on. If not check the adapter which should be plugged into the HDMI port.
Check 3 - Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on.
Check 4 - Make sure that your PC is trying to project to. To do so, Go to Settings > Systems > Projecting to this PC . Make sure it is dicoverable. If any problem persists restart your PC.