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[[!meta title="Enable a wireless device"]]
-When Tails starts, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WWAN and WiMAX
-devices are enabled.
+When Tails starts, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WWAN and WiMAX devices are
+enabled (but Bluetooth doesn't work by default, see below to enable
+it)
But all other kinds of wireless devices such as GPS and FM devices are
-disabled by default. If you want to use such a device, you need to enabled
+disabled by default. If you want to use such a device, you need to enable
it first.
+Enable a wireless device
+------------------------
+
This technique uses the command line.
1. When starting Tails, [[set up an administration
@@ -67,3 +71,13 @@ This technique uses the command line.
2: gps0: GPS
Soft blocked: no
Hard blocked: no
+
+Enable Bluetooth
+----------------
+
+Bluetooth is not enabled by default in Tails because it is insecure
+when trying to protect from a local adversary.
+
+To use Bluetooth in Tails nonetheless, you have to
+[[set up an administration password at boot time|doc/first_steps/startup_options/administration_password]]
+and install the `gnome-bluetooth` package.