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No, There is no way to switch bluetooth automatically since there is NO API let you do that except jailbreak. I don't think enabled bluetooth all the time will drain the battery life so quickly, bluetooth is not the root reason. You can follow this Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain


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No, I do not believe the Apple Keyboard has a hotkey to do multi-device switching, but Logitech does have a couple with switching capability. Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard (K480) and the Easy Switch Keyboard (K811).


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http://macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?id=38559 In the above link there's a very nice script I've just updated a bit. Note that it uses blueutil [ git repo ] [ website/binaries ]. Enable Bluetooth: -- Enable Bluetooth and Connect to iPhone property blueutilPath : "/opt/local/bin/blueutil" -- Turn on bluetooth. if execBlueutil("status") contains "Status: ...


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I just went through this using this no-name adapter on OS X 10.10: http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00E38N7QE/ref=pe_386430_30332290_TE_3p_dp_1 The easiest way to use the USB adapter is to reboot. If you hold down the Option key while clicking on the Bluetooth menu icon, the MAC address of the adapter should be different. You can also verify in System Profiler. ...


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Turning WiFi off worked for me - bluetooth immediately saw the mouse and connected. Note, if you've been trying a bunch of things your mouse may have stopped trying to pair. In that case, turn wifi off and then turn your mouse off and back on. Should sync right up.


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That is not possible for the conditions described. You can not use single iPhone that connects to two Bluetooth heads sets at the same time and play audio on both. The audio will be only on one device. http://www.solveyourtech.com/can-two-bluetooth-devices-connected-iphone/


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While it is true that there is no built-in supported method for an iPhone to connect to multiple sets of bluetooth speakers, it is possible to do so. You would need to get an additional device, a Bluetooth splitter. They generally plug in to the headphone jack, and will connect to at least 2 devices. Likely more finicky than using just an iPhone, but ...


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If you are sending audio from a Mac or PC this is very doable using the Rogue Amoeba product AirFoil: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/airfoil/speakers.php It doesn't go over bluetooth, but WiFi similar to AirPlay - but it might be the closest you can get without jailbreaking iOS. I don't know of a specific jailbreak mod, but it's not something iOS/OS X does ...


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Currently there is no way to disable either Wifi or Bluetooth using Apple Configurator profiles. Configurator has gotten much better over the past few years limiting various activities in academic environments, but it does not allow restrictions on a number of things that they deem important, like network & device connectivity. Other activities, like ...



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