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Blue Tooth

2017-01-16, 1:14 AM

how do you turn off blue tooth

went to net work connection 

turned it off there but that does turn it off

in advanced settings theres no switch to turn it off

windows 8.1

Lenovo 3000 J105 (8258HBU)
Lenovo H50-55 90BG

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Re: Blue Tooth

2017-01-16, 12:23 PM

The best way is to just disable the adapter in Device Manager

 

  • Right Click on Start and select Device Manager
  • Left Click to expand the bluetooth section
  • Right Click on your bluetooth adapter and select Disable

No restart is required, and to re-enable, just do the same steps and choose Enable

 

Cheers,

 

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Re: Blue Tooth

2017-01-16, 12:23 PM

The best way is to just disable the adapter in Device Manager

 

  • Right Click on Start and select Device Manager
  • Left Click to expand the bluetooth section
  • Right Click on your bluetooth adapter and select Disable

No restart is required, and to re-enable, just do the same steps and choose Enable

 

Cheers,

 

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Re: Blue Tooth

2017-01-16, 17:54 PM

Thanks 

That worked

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Re: Blue Tooth

2017-09-20, 6:20 AM

Hi there! My LENOVO ideapad110 laptop has lost it's bluetooth device. I can't find it in the device manager and it's not working anymore. I've known that it was a built-in device so how can I restore it when it's not visible? Please help me solve this problem. Thanks!

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Re: Blue Tooth

2017-09-20, 6:46 AM

It may be listed in Device Manager as an unknown device, or if you go to the View menu within Device Manager, and select Show Hidden Devices, it may be shown there.   If you have any unknown devices, then you probably need a driver, if it is hidden, the bluetooth part of the Wireless Lan card may have gone bad, and would either need to replace it, or get a USB Bluetooth Adapter to replace it.

 

The first thing I would do is make sure you have the latest driver available from Lenovo by going to https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/, allow the site to detect your system's serial number (under detect your product), and then after it detects your system, and making sure it is also on set for the right version of Windows, downloading and installing the latest (Bluetooth and Modem section) version of the Bluetooth driver.  

 

You do not mention what exact model of Ideapad 110, or Windows version you are using, so I cannot point you any closer, but hopefully an updated driver will fix your problem.

 

 

Good Luck,

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