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    Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Recently bought a bluetooth mouse for my Macbook which runs with Snow Leopard and now even when my lap is off the bluetooth control is still like in On state. Why is that? Is there anyway I can control it like even when the Macbook on I need the control to be off and not by pulling it out. Can you please give me the steps to follow for it? Thanks you.

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    To turn on the bluetooth and connect the mouse go to the system preferences from the menu....

    MacOSX-SystemPreferences-1.jpg


    Then choose mouse from the menu.....

    ===>You can use the mac touch pad to setup the bluetooth mouse.....

    ====>Now click setup bluetooth mouse from the lower right corner from the mouse preferences ..

    ====>Now turn on the mouse on button....

    ====>Now your mouse name will appear on the system preferences....

    ====>Now click continue and the setup will guide to pair the bluetooth mouse....


    blue.jpg


    ====>Now your mouse will be paired to the mac...

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say............

    1.Firstly click on the 'Apple icon'.

    2.Then click on the option 'System Preferences'.

    3.Then a new window will open.

    4.Then you click on the 'Mouse' option.

    5.Then click on the option 'setup Bluetooth mouse'.

    6.Then continue the process.

    7.it will take some time wait till then you can connect your mouse to Mac through bluetooth.

    I hope it will help you to solve your problem.

    Have a nice day......

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Steps are:

    Open menu.

    Select system preferences.

    Press mouse.

    Select bluetooth mouse and set it.

    Then off it.

    !!!!!GOOD LUCK!!!!!

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Dear,

    For switching off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in macbook follow these steps:

    Go to settings.

    Click system preferences option.

    Choose mouse option.

    Choose bluetooth mouse.

    Now turn off it.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Dear Friend..

    There are two ways to switch off your Bluetooth in Mac.

    1. The first is to turn off the Bluetooth via system preferences.
    For that, follow these steps:-

    a) Go to your Mac start up menu
    b) Now enter in system preferences option.
    c) Here you get hardware notifications.
    d) Now choose mouse option in this menu.
    e) Finally you get Bluetooth mouse option which is on now,
    f) Just turn it on off mode.

    Its done now,

    2. The next option is to go to your Apple Start up menu.

    a) Find the search bar in the startup menu
    b) Type Bluetooth and search it over there,
    c) once you get Bluetooth notification in a folder, go there and switch of..

    Its simple again.

    Hope you get it,
    Thank you..

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hi friend,

    The following are the steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook.

    Go to menu screen.

    Now press the settings option.

    Then tap on to the preferences option.

    There you need to press the mouse option.

    After that tap on to the bluetooth mouse.

    Now you have to turn it to the off mode.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hello dear...........
    Go to the system preferences...
    And then you can see mouse optiion there tap on it.
    Now click on bluetooth mouse and you can see options there ....
    Now click on turn off.
    TS3048_09-OS_1060-Bluetooth_Prefs-001-en.jpg
    Then it's done you had turned off your bluetooth mouse in Mac with turning off the whole bluetooth....

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hi friend,

    Definitely i will help you to switch off the bluetooth control in your macbook using the mouse.Follow the below steps for turn off the bluetooth control.

    ---> Tap the on button for turn on the system.

    ---> Now go to the startup menu and tap the control panel.

    ---> Again in control panel tap the preferences option.

    ---> In preferences tap the bluetooth option.

    ---> After tapping bluetooth you will see the off option.

    ---> So,tap the off option.


    Thank you..............

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Firstly Need To Installed The Driver Of Bluetooth.

    >> Than Installed The Driver Of Bluetooth Mouse (Which You Have Get With The Mouse)

    >> Than They Automatically Recognized But On The Bluetooth

    >> After Few Mins. Access The Bluetooth Mouse.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Hello guestIt is not a very bis problem to solvejust do as i say1 goto bluetooth setting2 click on switch off icon3 you will find bluetooth option from your mac control pannel menu and cheange it via tapping to its option good luck.

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Its very easy to solve out your problem.
    Follow me as:::>>>

    Tap on menu.

    Then on the system preferences.

    There you simply have to tap on the mouse options.

    here you have to tap on the bluetooth.

    here you will get the option to turf off or turn on it.

    Hope you will get it.

    thanks.................

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    you are facing a problem in bluetooth connectivity to pair the device.
    first , you should have to switch off the macbook and then make on and off your bluetooth of Macbook as well as your connectivity device which you want to connect(bluetooth mouse)
    if still problem found ,then you require to delete the pair device in your macbook and then pair the device which you want to connect with macbook.
    sometimes , It's happen that new bluetooth device cannot found due to more number of pair device exist.In such situation , we should unpair the unnecessary pair device and then try to connect new device to be pair


    Unpair the device which you not want to connect


    --> Go to "Apple" menu from upper left side in Mac
    --> select "system preference"
    --> click "bluetooth" and then "Device"
    --> select device which you don't want to pair with Mac
    --> press "delete pairing button"
    --> now click "delete"

    Pair the device which you want to connect with your Macbook ( Connect bluetooth Mouse)

    --> Go to "Apple" from menu at upper left corner
    --> select "system preference"
    --> now select "mouse" from view menu
    --> select "setup bluetooth mouse" in mouse preference in right pane
    --> now switch on your bluetooth mouse
    --> After 10 to 15 seconds , your bluetooth mouse will pair with your Macbook


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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    hello friends..

    to solve the problem:

    @first of all,go to Apple menu

    @ click on preferences

    @click on mouse options

    @ select Bluetooth mouse and switch off

    for more details

    watch the following video


    your problem will be solved

    all the best

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Dear Sir .....

    I will solve your problem into easy steps .....

    So first of all go and turn on your device and then just go to the home screen and then just click on to go to menu screen...And then just press on to the settings option...After that just tap on to the preferences option...And then just press the mouse option...Now at the end just tap on to the Bluetooth mouse...And turn it to the off mode....ALL Done .....

    Hope you like that info ....
    Thank you .....

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    Re: Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook?

    Steps to switch off the bluetooth control for connecting mouse in Macbook:


    • Go to menu screen
    • Now press the settings option
    • Then tap on to the preferences option
    • There you need to press the mouse option
    • After that tap on to the bluetooth mouse
    • Now you have to turn it to the off mode


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