Windows XP contains options allowing you to auto-detect and configure available Bluetooth devices within your local area, making connection of your Polaroid PoGo Printer to your home computer easy. The only caveat is that you must be running at least Service Pack 2 or later, so update your computer with the Windows Auto Updater if you are still operating under the original Windows XP.
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Things you need
- Windows XP SP2 or later
Turn on your Polaroid PoGo printer by pushing the power button on the top of the machine.
Open your "Start" menu, click on the "Run" button and type in "bthprops.cpl" then press "Enter."
Check off the box next to "My device is set up and ready to be found."
Click "Next" and the computer will auto-detect all Bluetooth devices within range.
Select your Polaroid PoGo printer from the list to connect it to the computer.
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