With the increasing prevalence of Bluetooth peripherals such as mice keyboards and headsets it can be difficult to imagine using the wired versions of these devices sometimes. On some Linux distributions Bluetooth is set up perfectly for you straight out of the box. Distributions like Ubuntu and Elementary make it easy for you to get Bluetooth set up and working on your machine. However other distributions like Fedora and Arch Linux require you to do some setup before youre able to fully enjoy the benefits of Bluetooth on your machine. Here is how you can set up Bluetooth in Linux. Related How8230 Read more.
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