Why Won’t My Cricut Air 2 Connect?

The Cricut Air 2 is a cutting machine used to create intricate designs from paper, fabric and more. It also features a Bluetooth wireless connection that allows users to send projects wirelessly to the machine.

However, many users have encountered problems with their Cricut Air 2 not connecting wirelessly.

The most common cause of this issue is that the Bluetooth settings on the computer have not been correctly configured. To fix this, go to the Control Panel on your computer, then click on “Hardware and Sound” and select “Bluetooth Devices”.

Click on your Cricut Air 2 from the list of devices and make sure it is checked as “Connected”. If it is not connected, you can try clicking the “Add Device” button and follow the instructions to connect your Cricut Air 2.

Another possible cause of this issue could be that there are too many other Bluetooth devices in close proximity to your Cricut Air 2. This can interfere with its ability to connect wirelessly.

To fix this, try moving any other Bluetooth devices away from your Cricut Air 2 or turning them off if possible. You should also make sure that no other device is trying to connect at the same time as your Cricut Air 2.

Finally, if you are still having trouble connecting your Cricut Air 2 wirelessly, it may be due to a hardware issue such as a faulty or outdated Bluetooth adapter or antenna in your machine. If this is the case, you will need to contact Cricut support for assistance.


There are several possible causes for why your Cricut Air 2 won’t connect wirelessly including incorrect Bluetooth settings on the computer, interference from other Bluetooth devices nearby and hardware issues such as an outdated or faulty adapter or antenna in the machine. The best way to troubleshoot these issues is by following the steps outlined above and if necessary contacting Cricut support for assistance.