Bluetooth® in Lenovo® Thinkpad T410s
What are the tips to turn Bluetooth on and off in Lenovo Thinkpad T410s laptop?
Thinkpad T410s is one of the new ultra thin laptops launched by Lenovo. The system is powered by Intel Core i5 processor. Thinkpad consists of an optional multitouch display. Lenovo Thinkpad T410s is featured with Intel Integrated graphics, 8 GB system memory, 250 GB hard drive storage and an excellent DVD burner. It comes pre-installed with Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, 2 Megapixel web camera, slot for ExpressCard, and 5 in one media card reader. One of the most attractive features of Lenovo Thinkpad T410s is its switchable graphics. Its advanced graphics features help the users who want to edit or change heavy graphics, which is to change mode from ordinary graphics unit to higher one.
The following are the tips to turn on and off Bluetooth in Lenovo Thinkpad T410s and the things to keep in mind while doing so:
- To turn on and off Bluetooth
- Device pairing
- Avoid hackers
To turn on and off Bluetooth
Bluetooth could be turned on in your laptop by selecting 'Network Connections' from 'Control Panel.' You would get an option for selecting 'Open bluetooth device window.' In the option tab the 'Bluetooth' icon would be shown. By clicking 'Apply,' Bluetooth in your Lenovo Thinkpad T410s would be enabled. Now, right-click on the 'Bluetooth' icon and click 'Open Bluetooth.’ If you need to turn it off than again click on the icon and click 'Close Bluetooth.'
In order to transfer data from one Bluetooth device to another you would need a pair the devices. Make sure that you are pairing to a safe device. Only after pairing, you could transfer data between the devices. For pairing your system with other Bluetooth enabled device you would have to provide a code. Only if the code is correctly verified, your system could start transferring data to the device.
While transferring files from one device to another, there is a possibility that your computer might get hacked. So make sure that you receive files from the people you are familiar with. Accepting data from unknown source could sometimes lead to loss of personal data. Your important and relevant information like PIN number, Account number etc could be easily hacked by unknown users.