How to enable Bluetooth Pan on Mac

Enable or disable Bluetooth on Mac

You can turn off Bluetooth when you are in a place where wireless communication is prohibited, such as on an airplane or hospital.

Ask Siri: For example, say, “Turn off Bluetooth.” Learn more about “Ask Siri”.

  1. On the Mac, click the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar.

    If you don't see the Bluetooth icon, choose Apple> System Preferences. Click on "Bluetooth" and then select "Show Bluetooth in menu bar".

  2. Tap the switch to turn Bluetooth on or off.

    Note: When Bluetooth is turned off, options like Integration, Instant Hotspot, and Handoff may not work between your Mac and other devices.

Open the "Bluetooth" system setting

You can also activate or deactivate Bluetooth in the "Bluetooth" system settings. If you are using an external USB Bluetooth adapter, the “Enable Bluetooth” or “Disable Bluetooth” checkbox may not appear in the Bluetooth settings. If you don't see these options, disconnect the adapter to turn off Bluetooth.