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I am not sure about its compatibility with El Capitan but Teleport will let you do exactly what you want. I used it for years to connect one keyboard and mouse between 3 Macs, but have not used it in awhile.


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If you've paired it before, clicking the mouse after turning it on should do it.


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This question has an open bounty and can't be closed right now as a duplicate... but there's duplicate question+answers, which probably would be the main reference, and the current question could be closed. Anyways, I have given the extended reply there. Just to summarize in your context: There's no easy way to do this by standard means of iOS (current ...


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QuickerTek makes a card that replaces the Apple WiFi/Bluetooth card. A bit pricey at $149: http://www.quickertek.com/products/Ucard.html This works in 2011-2012 13" and 15" MacBook Pros (non-retina). The version for 2011-2012 MacBook Pros (non-Retina) uses Apple's driver. Also have versions for: 2010 15" MacBook Pro - uses a firmware patch 2009-2010 13" ...



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