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When you say that you see devices connected to your Mac, are you in the Bluetooth Preference Panel or are they appearing in a different app? Normally your BT is not in discoverable mode, meaning other devices can't see/pair with it unless it has already been paired. When you open up the BT Pref Pane, the discoverable mode is automatically switched on. ...
I have re-installed the software on the computer and pulled off the battery, but the problem persists. So I believe it's a hardware issue and there is no solution... Which means that there is seemingly no answer to my question.
Hy buddy, I am with the same problem. I am 99% sure that it's the bluetooth capacity that does it. In my case, when I use only the bluetooth headphone, it's all fine, but when I connect the keyboard and mouse (bluetooth), than the sound fails/gaps/lag. A detail is that, if I change my bluetooth headphone to headset mode (which reduces the quality of sound) ...
I've struggled with this problem for 2,5 days (MBPr, magic mouse). My wifi signal dropped on occasion. When I put my MBPr close to the Airport Extreme (so when the wifi signal was very strong), this problem did not occur. Deleting the Bluetooth prefs file made no difference. I found out eventually that Bluetooth interfered with the wifi signal. The solution: ...
I don't know if there would be a way to change the app that plays but maybe in your car's Bluetooth settings there may be an option for disabling auto play. Not exactly what you're looking for but at least the same song from Music won't keep playing?
Unfortunately there are few Mac games that come with PS3 controller support. Portal 2 isn't one of them—like most Steam games, it only natively supports the Xbox 360 controller. You can map controller actions to keyboard and mouse events with software like ControllerMate. It has a learning curve, but it's very configurable. To make a Portal 2 configuration ...
Emulate the controller as a Xbox360 controller
I recently had some Bluetooth device issues in Windows 8. I found that booting into OS X and removing the paired device from OS X, then booting into Windows 8 allowed me to pair the device. Remember to boot back into OS X and pair the device against once it is working in Windows. I also replaced the Broadcom drivers as well. I wrote about this here: Apple ...
More people have this annoyance. For me the solution was to use slightly fatter/bigger batteries (Duracell for example), or a piece of paper. When I very gently slammed my mouse on the table from a small hight, the connection would drop. Properly due to a short disconnection/movement of the batteries.
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