Turning Off Unnecessary Radio Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a radio wireless technology that is designed and developed to share different types of data over a short distance, without applying the wires. Bluetooth relies on short range radio technology to connect your mobile device with other Bluetooth enabled devices to share documents, images or other type of data.
This short-link radio technology, named Bluetooth, was invented and initiated in 1989 by Nils Rydbeck, CTO at Ericsson Mobile in Lund, Sweden.
Bluetooth uses the 2.45 GHz frequency for the data transfer up to 33 feet (10 meters) distance.
There are about 5 devices which applies the Bluetooth for their functioning. These are Phones, cameras, televisions, speakers and hand-free devices.
A Bluetooth mobile phone be connected, wirelessly, to any headset to make hands-free calling, easier. This can also be used to send or receive the pictures, videos, data files to any other phone, computer or any other device which is connected by wireless.
Settings > Connections > Bluetooth (On) > Bluetooth (Off)
Step by Step Instructions
- At the ‘Settings’ screen, tap the ‘Connections’ icon to open up the Connections screen.
- See; at the Connections screen, ‘Bluetooth’ icon is blue, i.e. it is ‘On / Enabled’.
- Tap the ‘Bluetooth’ icon, open up the Bluetooth screen. Here, see; the Bluetooth is blue, i.e. ‘On / Enabled’.
- Tap the Bluetooth icon, which is blue. It will turn the icon to grey, i.e. it is turned ‘Off / Disabled. Now, tap the grey icon of Bluetooth.
- This tap will take you back to Connections screen where the Bluetooth icon is now grey, turned ‘Off / Disabled’.