How to Connect Bluetooth Headset To Laptop/TV

If you’re looking for a guide on how to connect your Bluetooth headset to your laptop/TV, or any other device, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll show you how to do it in a few simple steps. So read on and get started!

First, we will tell you three ways by which you can connect the Bluetooth headset to the laptop. then we will talk about some other tips and then a conclusion.

Methods to Connect Bluetooth Headset to Laptop/TV

First Method:

1. Make sure that your Bluetooth headset is turned on. To do this, press and hold the power button until the LED light turns on.

2. On your laptop, go to ‘Control Panel’ and then open the ‘Devices and Printers’ menu.

3. Click on “Add a device” in the left pane of the window that pops up. A new window will pop up asking you to choose what kind of device you’re connecting to your PC (TV, speaker, etc.). Press “Bluetooth Device”.

4. You’ll find yourself back in the previous window with a list of all Bluetooth-enabled devices available for pairing displayed below it. Select your headset from the list and click Next when ready:

5. Enter 0000 if asked for a password and click OK:

The connection is now established and your TV or music system should be working perfectly with your headset. Enjoy!

Second Method:

If the first method didn’t work, you can try this one. It’s not guaranteed to work with all devices, but it does in some cases.

1. Turn on your TV or music system and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on (if its device supports Bluetooth connectivity of course).

2. On your Bluetooth headset, press and hold the power button until the LED light blinks rapidly; this means it’s in pairing mode now.

3. On your laptop or PC, press Windows+R on your keyboard to open up the ‘Run’ menu:

4. Type “control” into the text field and click OK:

5. Click “Add a device” in the left pane of the window that pops up.

6. Your TV or music system should appear in the window below. Click on it to select it, then click Next:

7. Enter 0000 if asked for a password and click OK:

8. You’re done! Enjoy your new Bluetooth setup.

Third Method:

And last but not least, here’s an alternative method to connect your TV or music system to your Bluetooth headphones. We haven’t tried it out, but it looks like a pretty solid solution on paper. If you follow the steps and get everything working perfectly, please let us know in the comments below so we can update this guide and share the information with everyone! 

1. On your laptop or PC, press Windows+R on your keyboard to open up the ‘Run’ menu:

2. Type “services.msc” into the text field and hit OK:

3. A new window will pop up showing all currently installed services and their status. Scroll down until you find “Bluetooth Support Service” and double-click on it:

4. A window will pop up asking if you want to stop the service. Click “Stop”.

5. Select “Handle Bluetooth Accessory Connections” and check “Service status” in the right pane of the window below. Then click Apply at the bottom of the screen, followed by OK:

6. Close all open windows by pressing Windows+D on your keyboard (this minimizes all open windows).

7. Now press Windows+R again and type “%programfiles%\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe” into the text field then hit Enter on your keyboard (replace %programfiles% with the correct path if you installed Windows somewhere else):

8. When asked which file you want to open, click OK:

9. A new window will pop up asking what kind of file you want to create. Click “Stream” and “Next”:

10. In the following window, make sure that the “Filename” box is empty and check “Seekable” under Format options. At this point, Windows Media Player should be starting up, but it won’t because we didn’t specify a URL for it to play yet (which is needed for streaming). So right-click on the white space in the middle of the screen and select “Paste” from the menu that pops up.

11. A new window will open up, this is the window where you’ll paste the Bluetooth connection URL. To enter “bluetooth://device_name” into the text field (replace device_name with the name of your headset as shown in the list of available devices when you first turned it on), and click OK:

12. You’re done! Your TV or music system should now be playing audio through your Bluetooth headset. Enjoy!

Some Other tips:

If these methods did not work then you can go with the best wireless earbuds review to know more about other related information.

Conclusion:

If you still can’t get your Bluetooth headphones to connect, please leave a comment below. Tell us more about the problem or device you’re trying to connect and we’ll try our best to help.

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