How to Connect an A2DP Bluetooth Headset to PC Using a Bluetooth Adapter
If you’re still using an older version of Windows on an older PC, you might be struggling to connect your bluetooth headsets.
In this article, we’ll discuss a few potential setbacks of not properly connecting your devices as well as a brief guide of how to do so.
Improved Quality of Life
The purpose of technology is to improve our quality of life by making living easier. Bluetooth headphones are supposed to add to our standard of living; however, when they’re not properly connecting, they can become major sources of stress and frustration.
How It’s Done
This is only going to be necessary if you’re still using Windows 7 and have a disc port on your computer or laptop, as many newer versions of the Windows operating system contain files that make this vastly easier.
First, install the bluetooth device drivers on your computer. This will enable your computer to understand that “language” of the device.
Next, turn the adapter on and go into your computer’s settings. You’ll find a section labeled “Bluetooth & other devices.” Click “add a new device,” enter the passcode (if any), and begin the installation process.
Once the installation has been completed, simply configure your settings and your device is ready to go!
While this is a relatively simple process for older machines, it is still advisable to upgrade at your earliest convenience, as many newer machines provide much better services at greater levels of efficiency.