Bluetooth is a wireless networking technology used extensively by phones to transfer data and connect to external devices like wireless and hands free headsets. Laptops and netbooks also have good support for Bluetooth, where it can be used to connect wireless mice and keyboards.
While this technology is designed to be easy to use, establishing a Bluetooth connection (especially a secure one) can be tricky. This guide will step you through the process of setting up a connection between various devices such as mobile phones, headphones, GPS devices and more, as well as providing advice on securing your Bluetooth connection.
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