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Download and install KeyRemap4MacBook. Open EventViewer: open /Applications/KeyRemap4MacBook.app/Contents/Applications/EventViewer.app Press the key that you wish to customise and note the KeyCode::: Create a private.xml like this: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <item> <name>Modifier Remapping</name> ...
Macworld explained the procedure for a unibody MacBook, but I imagine the procedure is similar for an Apple wireless keyboard: In order to bring the MacBook’s number pad functions back from the dead you need do nothing more than install KeyRemap4MacBook and restart your Mac. If you’re running Snow Leopard you don’t have to remap anything or even open the ...
System log Look at the error messages relative to the blued daemon: grep blued /var/log/system.log (this is a command to type within Terminal). Check in this system log if you don't have connexion attempts from an unknown Bluetooth equipment. To be able to detect the intruders note your own Bluetooth address within: System Information > Hardware > ...
You'll also likely need to turn your keyboard off/back on and make it discoverable. See: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1809 for a complete walk-through, but to be safe, turn off first mac, off keyboard, then back on while searching on the second Mac (using bluetooth control panel)
if you have iPhone you could try Messuzz!
A bit late, but as of today it can be done with this application http://www.getdialogue.com/ With that application a pc running OS X can be used as a Bluetooth handsfree headset for ones mobile phone. Allowing one to originate and answer calls without reaching for the phone and then have the audio through the speaker and microphone of the PC or an attacted ...
If you are a programmer I have posted instructions on how to use a MacBook with Mavericks as an iBeacon. You can find the instructions on my blog at http://www.blendedcocoa.com/blog/2013/11/02/mavericks-as-an-ibeacon/ If/When I get a chance I may create an app that you can use to advertise an iBeacon. This is the answer I gave to a similar question on ...
Create a VM that will work like an iBeacon. http://developer.radiusnetworks.com/ibeacon/virtual.html :)
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