Why Can’t My Bluetooth Find My Cricut?

Bluetooth is a great way to connect your electronic devices wirelessly, but it can be a source of frustration if it can’t find your Cricut. Many people have experienced this issue, and it can be caused by a variety of different factors. In this article, we’ll look at some of the most common causes of this issue and how to fix them.

Interference from Other Devices

One of the most common reasons why Bluetooth may not be able to find your Cricut is interference from other nearby devices. This could be anything from another Bluetooth device to a cell phone, or even the router itself.

To fix this problem, try turning off any other devices in the vicinity. If that doesn’t work, you may need to move your Cricut further away from the interfering device.

Outdated Drivers

Another possible cause is outdated drivers on your computer or laptop. If your computer isn’t recognizing the Bluetooth connection, make sure that you have the latest version of the drivers installed. You can usually download these from the manufacturer’s website.

Incorrect Settings

It is also possible that you have incorrectly set up your Cricut’s Bluetooth settings. Make sure that you are in “discoverable mode” so that other devices can find it. Also check that you have entered in the correct passcode if one is required.


If your Bluetooth isn’t finding your Cricut, then there could be several possible causes including interference from other devices, outdated drivers on your computer or laptop, and incorrect settings on your Cricut. By understanding these potential issues and taking steps to resolve them, you should be able to successfully connect your Cricut via Bluetooth.