Connect Digital Paper to a Windows® computer using

Connect Digital Paper to a Windows®
computer using Bluetooth® function
To connect the Digital Paper to your computer using Bluetooth function:
• 1st, complete Bluetooth pairing between the Digital Paper and computer.
• 2nd, launch Digital Paper App (DPA).
Note
The Bluetooth pairing process needs to be performed only the first time a Bluetooth
connection is established.
If Bluetooth pairing has already been completed, click here.
If Bluetooth pairing has not yet been completed, follow the steps below.
Checking the Bluetooth icon on the computer
Check that the Bluetooth icon is displayed in the notification area of the task bar on the
computer.
Bluetooth icon
If the Bluetooth icon is displayed, click here.
If the Bluetooth icon is not displayed, follow the steps below.
Displaying the Bluetooth icon in the notification area
Select the link below for the Windows OS version that is installed on your computer.
Note
You may need to log in as administrator.
For Windows 10 (Tablet mode is on)
For Windows 10 (Tablet mode is off), Windows 8.1, Windows 7
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For Windows 10 (Tablet mode is on)
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Tap the Windows start button, then the Windows Settings icon > [Devices] >
[Bluetooth].Check that [Bluetooth] is set to [On], and then tap [More
Bluetooth options].
2
In the [Options] tab of the Bluetooth Settings screen, tap [Show the
Bluetooth icon in the notification area], add the check mark, then tap
[Apply].
3
Check that the Bluetooth icon is displayed in the notification area of the
taskbar (system tray).
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Hint
If the Bluetooth icon is not displayed in the notification area in step 3, long press on the
taskbar to confirm that [Show all notifications icons] is checked. Tap the
icon on the
notification area to check the Bluetooth icon.
For Windows 10 (Tablet mode is off), Windows 8.1, Windows 7
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Click [View devices and printers] in the Control Panel.
Hint
To display [Control Panel]
• For Windows 10 (Tablet mode is off)
Click the [Start] menu > [Windows System] > [Control Panel].
• For Windows 8.1
Right-click the [Start] button > [Control Panel].
• For Windows 7
Click the [Start] menu > [Control Panel].
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2
Right-click on the computer icon which is displayed in [Devices] of the
displayed screen, and then click [Bluetooth settings].
Computer icon
3
In the [Options] tab of the Bluetooth Settings screen, tap [Show the
Bluetooth icon in the notification area], add the check mark, then tap
[Apply].
Pairing the computer and the Digital Paper with
Bluetooth function
The following steps for Bluetooth pairing are required when using the Bluetooth connection
for the first time.
* For step 1 through 3, operate on the Digital Paper.
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Press the home button on the Digital Paper to display the home menu, and
then tap [Settings].
2
Tap the [Bluetooth] box on the [Settings] screen to add a check mark.
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3
Tap [Bluetooth Settings] on the same screen, and then tap [Bluetooth
Pairing].
[Bluetooth Pairing...] is displayed when the Digital Paper is ready for pairing.
[DPT-RP1_XXXXXXX] is displayed as the Bluetooth device name, which will be the device
name for the Digital Paper in the following steps.
* For step 4 and after, operate on the computer.
Depending on the Windows OS version, the operation will differ.
For Windows 10, Windows 8.1
For Windows 7
For Windows 10, Windows 8.1
4
Click the Bluetooth icon in the notification area of the taskbar (system tray),
then click [Add a Bluetooth Device].
5
Click [Bluetooth] from the menu on the left of the screen. From the Bluetooth
device list displayed on the right, select the Digital Paper device name, [DPTRP1_XXXXXXX], and then click [Pair].
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• Windows 10
• Windows 8.1
Hint
The Bluetooth device name for the Digital Paper is displayed in the [Bluetooth
Pairing...] dialog of the Digital Paper.
Note
It may take time for Digital Paper to be recognized by your computer. If the Digital
Paper icon does not appear before the [Bluetooth Pairing...] dialog window on Digital
Paper disappears (i.e., times out), repeat step 3.
When [Paired] is displayed, Bluetooth pairing is complete.
For Windows 7
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Click the Bluetooth icon in the notification area, and then click [Add a
Device].
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5
Select the Digital Paper device name, [DPT-RP1_XXXXXXX], from the
Bluetooth device list on the screen, and then click [Next].
Hint
The Bluetooth device name for the Digital Paper is displayed in the [Bluetooth
Pairing...] dialog of the Digital Paper.
Note
It may take time for Digital Paper to be recognized by your computer. If the Digital
Paper icon does not appear before the [Bluetooth Pairing...] dialog window on Digital
Paper disappears (i.e., times out), repeat step 3.
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When [Successfully added] is displayed, click [Device and Printers] to check
the status of the driver installation.
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Find the icon to check that the driver is installed.
Hint
The following icon appears while the driver is being installed. Wait until the installation
is complete.
Note
The icon or device name may differ depending on the usage environment of your
computer.
When the driver is installed, the operation is complete.
Connecting the computer and the Digital Paper
with Bluetooth function
If Bluetooth pairing has been completed between the computer and the Digital Paper, they
can be automatically connected wirelessly by launching the Digital Paper App.
Note
This may take up to 60 seconds.
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When the connection is successfully completed, [Connected] is displayed on the upper-left
corner of the DPA screen.
Note
If [Bluetooth automatic connection] is set to [Off] on the Digital Paper App setting, the
Digital Paper cannot be connected automatically via Bluetooth function even when
launching Digital Paper App. To change the settings of the Digital Paper App, click
[Tools] > [Settings] > and set [Bluetooth automatic connection] to [On].
Hint
You can also display the [Settings] screen by clicking [Settings] on the toolbar of Digital
Paper App.
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or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
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