Fix Bluetooth problems in Windows 10 Mobile: FAQ

Connecting your Windows 10 Mobile phone to different Bluetooth devices lets you do lot of things on your phone. For example, you can:

  • Play music over Bluetooth speakers or headphones, or in your car.
  • Use Cortana in your car.
  • Pair with some NFC–capable accessories, such as some Bluetooth speakers.
  • Make hands-free calls using the hands-free system in your car.
  • Have incoming text messages on your phone read aloud and reply to them—all hands free.
  • Share files over Bluetooth with other phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs.
  • Use a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
  • Track your fitness using a fitness sensor
  • Share your cellular data connection over Bluetooth when using your phone as a mobile hotspot, so you can connect to the Internet on other devices.

If you’re having problems with Bluetooth on your phone, check out the questions and answers below for things you can try.
 

I don't know the PIN for an accessory I want to pair with. Where can I find it?
My voice isn’t recognized when using Speech, so I can’t hear turn-by-turn directions or Narrator when I use my car's Bluetooth hands-free system. What should I do?
I paired a Bluetooth device with my PC or phone, but I don't use that device anymore. How do I remove it?
My Bluetooth device shows as Paired, but it isn’t working. How do I fix this?
I'm having problems with the Bluetooth hands-free system in my car. What are some of the first things I should try to fix it?
I'm having problems streaming music over Bluetooth in my car. What can I do to try to fix this?
I can’t get my keyboard to pair with my phone. How do I fix this?


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Article ID: 14170 - Last Review: Aug 31, 2016 - Revision: 25

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