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Old 20th March 2017, 03:53 PM
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Bluetooth operation

Fedora 25/KDE

How do I get the Bluetooth Icon to show up on Panel Bar ?

I have two Identical Laptops installed with Fedora-25/KDE and the Icon shows on Panel Bar of one laptop, but I can't get it to show on the other Laptop Panel Bar.

Using systemctl the bluetooth damon is running on both laptops.

How do I fix this problem.
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