By connecting your iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, or any other phone, you can also quickly transfer files between your phone and a Windows computer.
Connecting your iPhone or any other phone to a Windows 10 computer is easy. Of course, your computer must have Bluetooth hardware and drivers for Bluetooth hardware.
Complete the instructions below to connect your iPhone, Windows Phone, or Android phone to your Windows 10 computer.
Connect iPhone or any phone to Windows 10 computer via Bluetooth
Step 1: The first step is to turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone or any other phone you want to connect to your Windows 10 computer. To turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone, click Settings, click Bluetooth, and then turn on Bluetooth.
Note: On an Android device, tap Settings, then press the toggle button next to Bluetooth to turn it on / off.
Step 2: On your Windows 10 computer, open the Settings app. Navigate to Devices> Bluetooth.
Step 3: In the Manage Bluetooth devices section, turn on the Bluetooth option to enable the same on your Windows 10 computer.
Step 4: As soon as you turn on Bluetooth on your Windows 10 computer, Windows 10 will start searching for Bluetooth devices. In a few seconds, your phone / iPhone name will appear in the Bluetooth device manager.
Step 5: Click on the name of your iPhone / phone to see the Pair button. Click the Pair button.
Step 6: Finally, you will see the following screen on your Windows 10 computer. As you can see, the dialog box displays a passcode.
Check if the same passcode also appears on your phone / iPhone. If so, click the Yes button on your computer and then tap the Pair option on your iPhone to pair your iPhone with Windows 10 PC via Bluetooth.
You’ll see Connected status under the phone’s name in Manage Bluetooth devices.
If you don’t see the passcode screen on your Windows 10 computer, turn off the Bluetooth hardware in Device Manager and turn it on. For instructions, please refer to detailed instructions in our section of the Guide.