- iPhone 5 (with iOS 8.3)
- MacBook Pro Early 2013 (with OS X Yosemite 10.10.3)
- iPad Air (with iOS 8.3)
My iPhone is paired with the MacBook, so e.g when my phone rings, I can see it in my computer. But when I want to AirDrop photos from my iPhone the MacBook, then I can't see the MacBook in my iPhone AirDrop targets.
I can see the iPad, I can see my wife's iPhone, but not the MacBook.
On MacBook, I can see the iPad, my wife's phone and even my iPhone and I can drop to there, but not the other way around.
Before I started troubleshooting, the iPhone and MacBook were mutually invisible (I only saw iPad from both). After a while of trying things and sending files back and forth, my MacBook started to see the iPhone, but I did not manage to make it work from the other way. Still, the iPhone seems to be much "less" visible than the iPad - which I see almost instantly and always, the iPhone only seems to appear after a while.
Just to make it clear:
- both iPhone and MBP have BT turned on
- both have AirDrop visibility set to Everyone
I would be glad for any suggestions to fix this - what settings to check, logs, whatever.