Bluetooth helps to connect Mac with other devices for transferring various types of files wirelessly. But if it is not working or showing a problem while using in your MacBook how you will share data to other devices using this wireless technology.
Actually, there are multiple reasons that can cause Bluetooth related issues in MacBook devices. And you may encounter random appearance and disappearance of Bluetooth functionality even after rebooting your system.
When you try to open Bluetooth menu of Mac OS X you will find “Bluetooth Not Available” error displaying on your screen and sometimes “No Information found” also appears there through hardware system profiler. And situation becomes critical when Bluetooth frequently disconnects from our MacBook which can be solved by following troubleshooting process.
Remove Bluetooth from System and Shutdown Your Mac
Go to Bluetooth plist file under system preferences and delete “com.apple.Bluetooth.plist” permanently from your MacBook system. You can also use shortcut Command+Shift+G through OS X finder where you will find the “com.apple.Bluetooth.plist” that should be deleted to install new one. However, if you face any kind of technical problem you can take MacBook tech support help for quick online assistance at your desk.
Reboot Mac SMC on Your System
Now reset the SMC that stands for “System Management Controller” which may affect other hardware settings and power functions, which is also use to solve other hardware issues. Now shutdown your Mac properly and remove battery and connected adapter. If you have MacBook Air get MacBook Air support to perform this action.
To boot your Mac as normal mode hold down the power button for less than half minutes and then place the battery and adapter in right manner. If your MacBook battery is non-removable you can shut down your Mac while pressing Control+Shift+Option+power button together for at least two seconds before releasing all of them.
Reset Power Functions or PRAM
Similarly you have to reset PRAM by pressing power button then hold down Command+Option+P+R keys simultaneously till you receive the computer sound two times. The processes of resetting of these functions are slightly different as per the hardware configurations of different MacBook devices.
MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iMac all have minor differences to complete this process. However, despite all these efforts if your Bluetooth is not working properly or you are unable to fix Bluetooth Not Available Error, you can get MacBook technical support to check the problem at professional level, perhaps there is could be hardware problem affecting it.