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I found a gist that removes the launchds & the kernel extensions for the bluetooth. It will make the system incapable of using the bluetooth features : #!/bin/bash # disable bluetooth # OS X 10.8.2 # 2012-10-08 home=$HOME bk=$home/backup-bluetooth-extentions mkdir $bk # sudo reboot with Shift Key # Safty Boot # Login as Admin usert. ...
My it helps you to reset the SMC (System Management Controller), as the SMC is responsible for all components that are associated with power supply and, according to an Apple Store Genuis, a SMC reset would reset the bluetooth chip as well. (Here is the link to Apples Support Page with a tutorial to reset the SMC)
Since there's an active bounty on this question it would be harsh to get it closed for being a duplicate. However, if you check out Bluetooth Corruption on 2013 Macbook Pro you see a very detailed answer on how to track this issue. The answer is not the accepted answer, but there are many steps you could follow to trace the issue. I hope it will help your ...
You cannot just disconnect it easily, below the way to unpair your device. You can't disconnect them unfortunately! I've got the same issue with my Plantronics Go 2. On your iOS device go to: Settings Bluetooth Devices Click the blue (i) button and remove the device. You can remove(unpair) a device.
The procedure of photo transfer from iPhone to Mac is astoundingly simple and takes few minutes. You can simply follow below steps: Download iPhone to Mac Wifi Transfer Firstly you will need to download the iPhone to Mac Wi-Fi transfer app to your iPhone through Apple App Store. No installation on your Mac required! Connect your iPhone and Mac to the same ...
This little menu bar app works for me to quickly switch audio sources: http://www.spikesoft.net/downloads.php#as It's more of a Band-Aid then an actual fix of the problem.
It worked for me (Iphone 4 BT connected with MacBook Air 13 2012): Turn ON iPhone's Personal Hotspot (old Tethering) Turn ON iPhone's Bluetooth and perform the Bluetooth pairing with your Mac in the usual way
You can use iBlueNova; it is a commercial app that you have to pay for. Alternatively, you can jailbreak your iPhone and maybe then you can send pictures and files to other phones without needing a commercial app.
I had a similar problem and found the solution in the following link: https://discussions.apple.com/message/17665845#17665845 Try option 3. I hope this helps, MAP.
After digging in the aforementioned Apple discussion, I discovered at one point that an Apple technician recommended to one of the participants that they should remove their com.apple.Bluetooth property list. I did so: $ sudo rm /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist and rebooted. When the reboot was complete, Wi-Fi was working flawlessly with ...
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