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Setup Pairing iPhone Calls in Mac OS X Yosemite

Mac OS X Yosemite included various new features that make it easier for Mac hardware to interact and share information with each other. One of the most interesting features in Mac OS X Yosemite is the ability to make and receive phone calls right on Mac when paired with iPhone.

– Mac running OS X Yosemite
– iPhone running iOS 8
– Both devices connected to same Wi-Fi network
– Both devices sign in the same iCloud account

Setup Mac Running OS X Yosemite:
1. Open FaceTime app located in Applications Folder.
2. Click on FaceTime in the menu bar on the upper left-hand corner of screen.
3. From the drop down menu, click Preferences.
4. Check the box next to iPhone Cellular Calls.

Setup iPhone Running iOS 8:
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Click FaceTime.
3. Locate the setting titled iPhone Cellular Calls and toggle it into the ON position.

It is important to note that even though the feature lies within FaceTime app on your Mac, the application itself doesn’t have to be running in order to receive calls.

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