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The Bluetooth connection in our electronic devices is very important, as we mainly rely on it to connect peripheral devices constantly, and if you use a Mac computer, you may face some problems related to the Bluetooth connection, especially in new computers that work with the new (M1) processor, as well as in Some computers running an Intel processor.

5 Tips to Fix Bluetooth Problems on Mac Computer


5 Tips to Fix Bluetooth Problems on Mac Computer

Here are 5 tips to fix Mac Bluetooth connection issues:

1- Update the operating system and restart the Bluetooth connection:


  • Update the operating system on a computer to the latest version.
  • Make sure that the device you want to pair with the computer is charged via Bluetooth.
  • Turn off the Bluetooth on the device and turn it back on. You can do the same with Bluetooth on a Mac computer.
  • Unpair the device and then re-pair it again.
  • Restart your Mac computer.

2- Remove interference between devices:


In a support document published by Apple, Bluetooth issues between devices and a computer often arise if multiple interfering things are obstructing the connection, and it recommends the following actions:

  • Bring the device you want to pair with your Mac computer closer together.
  • Remove other devices such as: phones, cameras, power cables, etc. that may be on or near your desk.
  • Turn off unused USB devices.
  • Ensure that there are no physical barriers between the computer and the device.

3- Reset Bluetooth on Mac:


If you are still having trouble with Bluetooth connection, you can reset it on your Mac computer, and do so, follow these steps:

  • While pressing the Option + Shift buttons on the keyboard, press the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar.
  • From the list that appears to you, press the option (Reset the Bluetooth module).
  • In the pop-up window that appears, press OK to confirm the command.
  • The devices will be disconnected from the Mac computer via Bluetooth for a short period of time and then will be reconnected automatically.

4- Remove all peripheral devices:


You can remove all devices connected to the computer via Bluetooth, then reset the Bluetooth again, and re-pair the devices, and do so, follow these steps:

  • While pressing the Option + Shift buttons on the keyboard, press the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar.
  • From the list that appears, click on Remove all devices.
  • In the pop-up window that appears, press OK to confirm the command.
  • Reset the Bluetooth connection on the Mac computer as mentioned in the previous step.
  • Re-pair the devices with the computer again.

5- Using an external USB provider:


Sometimes the use of a direct external USB flash drive or so-called (dongles) to connect your devices to the computer provides a useful solution to avoid the intermittent Bluetooth connection between the computer and the peripheral devices, and the most common peripherals that you can connect directly to a computer using this method are third-party mice and keyboards.
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