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Orocessor 2.6 GHz Intel Core 17
Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
OS X version 10.8.2
When I search for Bluetooth Setup Assistant this is the message I get:
You can't open the application "Bluetooth Setup Assistant" because PowerPC applications are no longer supported.
I went to " Find" in the Finder menu. When I click on Bluetooth Setup Assistant I get the box with the message.
I didn't transfer the data – it was done at the Apple Store – about a month ago from my old computer.
Opened Blue tooth from System Preferences.
Got box that said No devices . .
cliicked on Advanced
Got box with padlock
clicked on plus sign under box on the right
it said "serial Port added"
Went back to B S A in Finder and it still gives me the same box "You can't open . . . "
Yes, I get the searching for devices box with the rotating wheel but there is no plus sign.
I get a box that says No Devices with a bar that says "Set up new devices"
At the top is a a line that says "Bluetooth Mac (14-10-af-db-42-ac) and two boxes underneath – both checked – that say Discoverable and ON.
I am traveling and am in a hotel room. I have an iPhone. I have no idea if Bluetooth is on my iPhone.
I could replace the AA batteries but I don't have them now.
Opened BT in settings. It is on.
Rotating cog searching.
"Now Discoverable" in untappable grey.
I have an app't now for about an hour.
Please continue and I will respond when I return.
Thank you so much.
yes, I opened SP and nothing.