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Are you plugging the keyboard into the USB 3.0 port? The signaling rate of USB 3.0 can cause RF emissions that can interfere with Bluetooth, WiFi, and other devices. Intel has a detailed paper on USB 3.0* Radio Frequency Interference on 2.4 GHz Devices My suspicion is that the extension cable has better shielding than the keyboard's cable and moving the ...
This will sound insane, and I admit that, but it worked for me for some reason. If I used the USB extension cord with my usb keyboard, the pair option magically reappeared in bluetooth. I can only assume it has to do with grounding, but it is worth 2 secs to try and find out if it might work for you.
I've just gone through this process for a second time but the last action I performed was a complete reset of the SMC. After then re-pairing the MacBook to the UE Boom it seems the drop out issues have in fact gone completly. How to reset your SMC
I was experiencing this problem when i had my phone on my desk and I would walk away from it. When I came back I found that the watch would refuse to re-pair with my phone again. I found a quick way to force the watch to re-pair with my phone: Flick up on the watch face to get to the "Glances" menu Tap the airplane button to turn on Airplane mode Tap the ...
I recently bought the h8 headphones as well and was looking extremely looking forward to them. I have the same problem though with the bluetooth dropping out. I believe it is the weak signal from the h8's not the mac (i am on a 2013 mac pro). I have a pair of harman/kardon headphones I had been using previously with the same computer over the last year, ...
I found this answer here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6803542, a guy named 'Todd Berliner' had similar issues. Credits for him if this fixes your issue Todd has similar problems and worked with an Apple senior supervisor for several weeks and came to the following fix: Turn off bluetooth. Disconnect all peripherals from your computer. Open System ...
You have explicitly written that you tested both 2.4GHz en 5GHz, nevertheless I am still giving this as an anser. In short: In your new software setup, I think your bluetooth uses the same frequency as your WiFi, they are proberbly both on 2.4GHz. Change your WiFi to fixed 5GHz if possible or choose try 2.4GHz channels (some users see big differences on ...
Dave Meehan's technique worked for me as well. http://davemeehan.com/technology/how-to-reset-an-apple-wireless-bluetooth-keyboard-mouse-or-trackpad
Turning off wifi fixed the problem. Turn off the wifi. Mouse will be discovered automatically.
According to the steps listed here, you have to connect it with a USB cable first, press the PS button until the blinking lights speed up, then disconnect the cable. The faster lights indicate it is trying to pair. Once the cable is disconnected, the Mac should request the pairing passcode which is 0000. This pairing process should only be a one-time setup, ...
Bluetooth volume is set independently of internal speaker volume. Same control, the +/- buttons on the side of the iDevice, but once you are streaming to bluetooth, the actual control is then adjusting Bluetooth send volume, not speaker volume.
It should have come with a charger, or you can use USB cable. It has a rechargeable battery. The keyboard has an internal battery that’s charged with the included miniUSB cable.
Apparently Apple Watch has Airplane Mode, which turns off both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. [To] Turn on Airplane Mode. Swipe up on the watch face, swipe to the Settings glance, then tap the Airplane Mode button. The Connected status at the top of the screen changes to Disconnected. Or open the Settings app settings icon, then tap Airplane Mode. When Airplane ...
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