Connecting the Printer to a Windows 10 OS
Connecting the Printer to a Windows 10 OS

Connecting the Printer to a Windows 10 OS

Before adding (also called pairing) a Bluetooth-enabled device to your central device, make sure the device to be paired is turned on and discoverable.
Your Windows device may need a Bluetooth adapter to connect to a Bluetooth device. Check with your Windows device user guide for details.
Some non-Microsoft Bluetooth dongles and built-in Bluetooth devices in the host PCs have ONLY marginal driver support for Secure Simple Paring (SSP) printing and may not complete the
Add printer
wizard normally.
You may need to access
Bluetooth Devices
under Windows
and activate SPP for the 'device' (the Bluetooth-capable printer you are setting up).
Install the printer to a local printer (USB, for your printer), and then change the
after the completing the installation to SPP (virtual serial port) COM port.
  1. Click the
    Windows Start
    ( ) button, then select
  2. Click
  3. Click
    If your PC does not have Bluetooth installed, the Bluetooth category is NOT displayed in the list of device categories.
    The printer is identified by its serial number as shown here.
  4. Click the printer icon, then click
    The printer prints a passcode.
  5. Compare the passcode with the one on the screen. If they match, click
The printer status changes to Connected when pairing is complete.