Which Cricuts have Bluetooth?

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.

Is there a wireless Cricut?

Connect your Cricut Explore® machine to your computer wirelessly with the Cricut® Bluetooth® Adapter. Send your projects to your machine to cut or write without connecting via a USB for ultimate space, convenience, and freedom!

Do I need a Bluetooth adapter for my Cricut?

The Explore and Explore One machines require the Wireless Bluetooth Adapter in order to be Bluetooth enabled. The Explore Air, Air 2, and Cricut Maker machines contain a built-in Bluetooth module. 1. Ensure your Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker machine is within 10-15 feet of your computer, and powered on.

Why won’t my Cricut maker connect to Bluetooth?

Make sure your Bluetooth is turned on, or connect the USB cable. Make sure that Bluetooth is toggled On -> click Add Bluetooth or other device. Select Bluetooth and wait for your PC to recognize the Cricut machine. Select the machine -> enter the PIN 0000 -> select Connect.

Is the Maker 3 Bluetooth?

Initial setup is also just as easy. Simply plug the Maker 3 into power, then connect the USB cable to your computer. … Once you’ve configured the Maker through a computer, it can be connected to via Bluetooth for a cleaner, wireless cutting experience.

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How do I bluetooth my Cricut explore AIR 2 to my phone?

To pair your Cricut machine, tap on “Settings” and select “Device Connection.” Make sure to “Enable Bluetooth” so your phone can look for your Cricut Machine. Remember, your Cricut needs to be turned on. Your machine will appear underneath “Available Devices;” tap on it to connect it to your phone.

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