Bluetooth and Yosemite

Dsteller

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Jun 24, 2013
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Hi guys, I'm having some bluetooth issues with Yosemite where whenever I try connecting my phone with my computer, it says that I need to 'Make sure network access is enabled.' I guess this is a two part question, is it a problem with Yosemite, and if not, how can I fix this?

I wasn't sure where to post this so tell me if there is another spot where I will get more feedback! Thanks, anything you guys have to say will help a ton!
 

TeToslaw

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Jun 17, 2013
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Hi guys, I'm having some bluetooth issues with Yosemite where whenever I try connecting my phone with my computer, it says that I need to 'Make sure network access is enabled.' I guess this is a two part question, is it a problem with Yosemite, and if not, how can I fix this?

I wasn't sure where to post this so tell me if there is another spot where I will get more feedback! Thanks, anything you guys have to say will help a ton!
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1741423
 

MacVidCards

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This falls in the silly department. You can't pair a phone and a Mac, but somehow you are supposed to accept that this new magic works where they communicate, but don't "pair".

Which is perhaps why DP2 introduced the "3 yes" section in profiler. Eager to see if it all gets easier to comprehend in DP3
 

Dsteller

macrumors member
Original poster
Jun 24, 2013
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This falls in the silly department. You can't pair a phone and a Mac, but somehow you are supposed to accept that this new magic works where they communicate, but don't "pair".

Which is perhaps why DP2 introduced the "3 yes" section in profiler. Eager to see if it all gets easier to comprehend in DP3
Sorry if I am wrong, but there is a way to connect your phone and mac via bluetooth to use some apps.

But your answer doesn't much help as my problem is the fact that I can't enable my network for bluetooth.