Complete the following steps:
Right-click the BlackBerry Device Manager icon in the system tray and select Properties.
Select the Enable Bluetooth Support check box.
Note: If the Enable Bluetooth Support check box or the Configure Bluetooth button is not enabled, see Additional Information below.
Click Configure Bluetooth.
The Add Bluetooth Device dialog box appears, displaying instructions on how to verify that your BlackBerry device is properly set up.
Click OK in the dialog box.
The Add Bluetooth Device window appears with an animated flashlight indicating that the application is searching for your BlackBerry smartphone. When your paired BlackBerry smartphone is found, it appears as an icon in the dialog box.
Note: If your BlackBerry smartphone is not found, an Unable to locate message appears. To repeat the search, click Search Again. If your BlackBerry smartphone cannot be found, see Additional Information below.
Select the BlackBerry smartphone icon and click OK.
The new BlackBerry smartphone icon appears in the Bluetooth Configuration window.
Click OK in the Bluetooth Configuration window.
The BlackBerry Device Manager Properties window is displayed.
After a few seconds, an entry entitled Bluetooth - <Your PIN> is added to the Connection Settings list in a Connected state.
In BlackBerry Desktop Manager, in the Options menu, select Connection Settings.
In the Connection drop-down list, select Bluetooth-PIN: <Your PIN>.
Select the Automatically switch from Bluetooth to USB when USB is connected check box and click OK.
The BlackBerry Desktop Manager status changes to Connected.