Using Bluetooth® in Samsung® R780 Notebook
How to turn on and turn off a Bluetooth device in Samsung R780 Laptop?
Samsung R780 has a 17.3 inch screen with good resolution. It is powered with Intel Dual-Core i5 processor. It is designed with an NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M with 1 GB GDDR3 SDRAM. This would support high-end graphics in your system and enhances gaming and movie experience. It comes with 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM and hard drive of 500 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm. It supports DirectSound3D, High Definition Audio which enhances your music experience. System password, hard drive password, and security lock slot are the other features which come with this system. Bluetooth is a technology through which you could send and receive data between two systems or devices having Bluetooth facility.
Tips to turn on and off Bluetooth in Samsung R780 Laptop are discussed below:
- Attach a Bluetooth adapter
- Turn On the Bluetooth
- Turn Off the Bluetooth
Attach a Bluetooth adapter
If your system does not have an in built Bluetooth technology, then it is possible to use an external adapter to provide this feature. It is easy to attach an external Bluetooth Adapter. First you need to locate the Bluetooth port and then connect the Bluetooth adapter. Once the adapter is attached, you can always use other Bluetooth enabled devices like keyboard, and PC mice and create a wire free system. You need to install correct drivers for the Bluetooth in your Samsung R780. Incompatible drivers would bring in installation issues. You need to update the drivers for better application performance.
Turn On the Bluetooth
When your Samsung R780 Notebook is adaptable to Bluetooth, you could check if the Bluetooth icon appears on the tool bar. After you enable Bluetooth from the 'Network Connections' option, you can right-click on the Bluetooth icon on the Taskbar and click the 'On' option from the popup. Now you can send data between devices. You need to install a licensed antivirus in the system to make sure that the data received through Bluetooth is clean. The antivirus installed would scan the files for viruses. This would protect your system from any kind of threats.
Once you do not need Bluetooth, you could very well turn it off from the toolbar. Right-click the icon on the Taskbar and click the 'Off' option. It is possible to disable Bluetooth either from the 'Network Connections' option or from the 'Device Manager' option. This would avoid automatic initialization of Bluetooth during startup.