Change Bluetooth settings to allow access
Article ID: ART159310 | Date published: 06/09/2015 | Date last updated: 08/18/2015
 

Description

Change Bluetooth settings to allow access

Solution

Checking if access from a Bluetooth compatible device is refused.

Check the printer access setting using the Canon xxxx Setup Utility. ("xxxx" denotes model)

Windows:

  1. Check that the printer is connected with the computer with a USB cable, and that the printer is on.

  2. Click 'Start' , 'All Programs' , 'Canon Utilities' , 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' , 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' , or double-click 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' icon on the desktop. The Canon xxxx Setup Utility will start.

  3. If 'Refuse' is selected in Access in Bluetooth Settings on the Canon xxxx Setup Utility screen, click 'Change'.

  4. On the Enter Passkey dialog, enter a passkey and click 'OK'.

    Note: The default Passkey is 0000.

  5. On the Bluetooth screen, uncheck 'Refuse access' and click 'Send'.

  6. When the confirmation message appears, click 'OK'. If the POWER lamp is flashing green, the printer is initializing. Wait until the POWER lamp stops flashing and changes to a steady light.

Macintosh:

  1. Check that the printer is connected with the computer with a USB cable, and that the printer is on.

  2. Double-click to open the Application folder on the hard disk where the printer driver is installed, and double-click the 'Canon xxxx Setup Utility' icon in the Canon xxxx Setup Utility folder. The Canon xxxx Setup Utility will start.

  3. If 'Refuse' is selected in Access in Bluetooth Settings on the Canon xxxx Setup Utility screen, click 'Change'.

  4. On the Enter Passkey dialog, enter a passkey and click 'OK'.

    Note: The default Passkey is 0000.

  5. On the Bluetooth screen, uncheck 'Refuse access' and click 'Send'.

  6. When the confirmation message appears, click 'OK'. If the POWER lamp is flashing green, the printer is initializing. Wait until the POWER lamp stops flashing and changes to a steady light.


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