Bluetooth® in Samsung® Go N315
Learn how to enable and disable Bluetooth in the Samsung Go N315 computer
Samsung Go N315 is a very powerful netbook computer. It has lots of advanced features including the connectivity options and graphics features. It has a three-in-one memory card reader and three USB ports. One among this USB port is a sleep and charge USB port. The user can use this port for charging any type of USB device. The greatest advantage of this feature is that it would help the user to use this facility even if the laptop is not powered. The user can make use of other USB ports to transfer data from their digital camera, MP3 player etc. The keyboard design in Samsung Go N315 is slightly different from the other netbooks. It has a pebble type design that provides a better typing environment for the user.
The following are the tips to turn on and off Bluetooth in Samsung Go N315 and things to keep in mind while doing so:
- Turn on and off Bluetooth
- Finding devices
- Avoid hackers
Turn on and off Bluetooth
Bluetooth is widely used nowadays for transferring files between devices that support Bluetooth functionality. The main advantage of using Bluetooth is that it does not require any wires or cables for establishing the connection. You could enable or disable the Bluetooth within the system from the icon on the system tray or by selecting ‘Network Connection’ from the ‘Control Panel.’
In order to transfer data between two Bluetooth enabled device, there must be proper pairing between them. In order to add a new device to your list you need to select the Bluetooth icon from the system tray and select the option to open Bluetooth settings. You could click the ‘Add’ button in order to search for the other Bluetooth devices. Once it is detected you would be asked to enter a valid code. If this code is verified, you can start sending data.
There is a chance of hackers to attack your system while transferring data via Bluetooth. Make sure that you send and receive data only with the known users. Never accept data from an unknown user because it might contain virus. If your system contains crucial information like ATM card number, PIN number etc., the hackers would detect the crucial information and cause serious problems.