Bluetooth® in Lenovo® IdeaPad U550
Tips to turn Bluetooth on and off in Lenovo IdeaPad U550
Lenovo IdeaPad U550 is built with Intel Core 2 Duo Processor. This model is light weighted and sleek. Lenovo IdeaPad U550 is provided with 15.6" high definition wide LED screen. It also comes built with an integrated camera. It is equipped with spill-resistant, full size keyboard and the Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium is genuine. This model provides total memory of about 4 GB and is useful for business purposes. Lenovo IdeaPad U550 system offers an excellent battery life since they contain 6 Cell Lithium-Ion. Lenovo IdeaPad U550 model is ultra-portable. Wireless Wi-Fi/WiMAX and Bluetooth are the other features available in Lenovo IdeaPad U550, which provides continuous connectivity. Bluetooth is a wireless technology which provides communication between the devices that are connected a few distances apart.
Following are the tips to keep in mind while turning on and off the Bluetooth in Lenovo IdeaPad U550:
- Assign passwords
- Running the software
- Turn off Bluetooth
To provide authenticity while accessing Bluetooth you must set a password. This would make your communication via Bluetooth authentic. The user has to enter the password before they are about to access the Bluetooth. After entering the password you could transfer the data. To receive these data by the other person to whom you have sent these data, he or she must know the same password. This makes accessing more secure on Lenovo IdeaPad U550.
Running the software
In Lenovo IdeaPad U550, Bluetooth 2.1 is the version which is installed. Lenovo IdeaPad U550 laptops do need software to be installed for accessing the Bluetooth. If the software are not installed then you could download it from the system websites or also authentic private software that allows communication between the Bluetooth devices. You must download the software only from the authentic site to prevent malwares from entering into the system.
To prevent hackers from accessing your system, you must turn off the Bluetooth after the usage. After its usage, if the Bluetooth is not turned off then a third party can use it as a door way to hack into the data that is stored on the system. Once the transmission of data is completed, then shut down your Bluetooth device via the software that is used to run it on the system, you can also set the Bluetooth to the invisible mode, this would prevent the system from being exposed to the outsider in case the Bluetooth is turned on during the startup of the Operating System.