The Cricut Explore Air 2 and Cricut Maker machines are both Bluetooth compatible. To use Bluetooth with your
machine, you simply need to pair your machine with your computer.
Open your Bluetooth & Other Devices. Make sure your Bluetooth on your computer is turned on and then click “+ Add Bluetooth or other device”:
Make sure the Cricut machine is turned on and relatively close to your computer (10-15 feet away at most). Your computer will display devices available to connect. Select your machine from the list. Note the numbers after your Cricut may vary from what is displayed in this example:
Your computer may ask for a PIN number. Enter in 0000 then click connect. Note: the pin is the same for everyone!
Your device should now be connected to your computer:
Once your machine is connected via Bluetooth, the power button light on the machine will turn from white to blue:
Connecting your machine via Bluetooth may vary depending on the computer you have and what operating system you are using. For more information, check out Cricut’s site: https://help.cricut.com/help/explore-bluetooth-pairing
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