I see the iPhone in the bluetooth panel, but are you actually supposed to pair the devices? Because when I try to I always get an error of some sort.Here's how it works. No one really knows for sure but this is how I got it to work. On your Mac with DP 3 go to settings > general > enable handoff. On the iPhone/iPad side running iOS 8 beta 3. Settings > general > enable handoff. Then try restarting both devices. On the mac you should see your device in the Bluetooth pannel of the settings app. If this doesn't work try logging out of iCloud on both devices, restart both devices, Log into iCloud on iOS device then log into iCloud on the mac.
Click on Apple icon from top left corner. Then go to System Preferences -> General. And then enable "Allow Handoff between this Mac and your iCloud devices"i am not seeing enable hand off in settings?
In Settings > General,Your Mac may not be compatible then.
After updating the MBP to DP1, settings > general match the MBA. I ordered the mid-2012 WiFi/bluetooth card. We'll see if that works.In Settings > General,
my mid-2011 MBA has the setting for Theme (light/dark) but no choice to enable handoff. It was upgraded to Yosemite starting with DP1.
my early-2011 MBP has NO setting for Theme but I can enable Handoff. It was upgraded to Yosemite yesterday with DP1. Of course there are updates in the MAS. Will see if DP3 removed these.
No, iCloud links that by itself. If you see their devices in the Bluetooth pannel of your mac then your good. You can even test if they are linked with icloud because if you try to delete the device from Bluetooth it will say "this device can't be removed. Please sign out of icloudto remove this device" or something like that. So if you see your device in bluetooth settings pannel automatically you're good.Unfortunately none of this answers my question if you're supposed to actually go through the process of linking your Mac and iPhone via Bluetooth before enabling handoff
yup the option is also gone from my MBA2011This setting is also gone on my Macbook Air 2011 on DP3,
Wish I could say the same. I have the same setup, logged in on the same iCloud account on both devices. No dice, they refuse to communicate. Very unfortunate.I haven't paired anything. I just enable handoff on my 5s and enable handoff on my iMac and that is all I did and it works.
Both of my devices are also on the same iCloud account and signed in with both on the same WiFi network. If this matters, I'm not sure but that is my current setup.
I am receiving phone calls, I can make phone calls and also receiving texts on my Mac from the green bubble people.
Prior to DP3 I was getting green texts on my Mac but phone calling didn't work and handoff was not very consistent. With iOSb3 and 10.10DP3 things are much much better.
They're only supposed to show up on your Mac. You're not supposed to be able to take phone calls on your iPad.I am having the same issue, I get my phone calls on my mac but cant get them to show up on my ipad all on ios 8/yosemite. Hand off doesnt show up either. I cant sign out of icloud on yosemite due to parental controls is what it says.