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Sorry, I'm not bringing a solution, because I don't think there's one. The issue here is the car (as you guessed it), so I don't think you'll find good answers on this forum. However, I think I know enough about cars to tell you that there's no such solution that exists: If I understand your request correctly, you want to add a hash code to your address ...


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I had the same problem and I think I spotted a possible cause of the problem. My mouse was called "My Name's mouse" with the apostrophe, maybe that was causing the errors. I have changed the name to avoid using spaces and special characters, now is called just "mymouse" and I don't seem to have the problem anymore.


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I had the same problem and I think I spotted a possible cause of the problem. My mouse was called "My Name's mouse" with the apostrophe, maybe that was causing the errors. I have changed the name to avoid using spaces and special characters, now is called just "mymouse" and I don't seem to have the problem anymore.


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I had the same problem and I think I spotted a possible cause of the problem. My mouse was called "My Name's mouse" with the apostrophe, maybe that was causing the errors. I have changed the name to avoid using spaces and special characters, now is called just "mymouse" and I don't seem to have the problem anymore.


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I've had issues reconnecting my bluetooth keyboard & trackpad since upgrading to Yosimite. I run this script via custom Automator Application: Search for (Spotlight search) and run Automator Click "New Document" at bottom Choose "Application" for new file type Click on "Utilities" from list Double-Click "Run AppleScript" Replace (* Your script goes ...


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I've had issues reconnecting my bluetooth keyboard & trackpad since upgrading to Yosimite. I run this script via custom Automator Application: Search for (Spotlight search) and run Automator Click "New Document" at bottom Choose "Application" for new file type Click on "Utilities" from list Double-Click "Run AppleScript" Replace (* Your script goes ...


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I've had issues reconnecting my bluetooth keyboard & trackpad since upgrading to Yosimite. I run this script via custom Automator Application: Search for (Spotlight search) and run Automator Click "New Document" at bottom Choose "Application" for new file type Click on "Utilities" from list Double-Click "Run AppleScript" Replace (* Your script goes ...


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I found a solution from this comment on reddit: Turn off wifi Reconnect Magic Mouse Turn on wifi again I just noticed that the above doesn't work sometimes and instead you have to reconnect the mouse after turning on wifi again: Turn off wifi Turn on wifi again Reconnect Magic Mouse


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Judging from MS driver download sites http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/wireless-mouse-5000 & http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-gb/p/wireless-comfort-desktop-5000#support they will be natively supported in anything newer than 10.7. If not, try those drivers.


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Yeah, even Microsoft itself says it's compatible with OSX !


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Here is my answer: tell application "System Preferences" reveal pane id "com.apple.preferences.Bluetooth" -- activate set the current pane to pane id "com.apple.preferences.Bluetooth" try tell application "System Events" to tell process "System Preferences" click button "Turn Bluetooth Off" of window "Bluetooth" ...


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Turn off bluetooth on macbook turn off keyboard/mouse turn on bluetooth on macbook Hold power-on key on keyboard WHILE Choose the Bluetooth>Device>Connect from the macbook Connection should succeed immediately Release power button on device This has worked for me repeatedly after trying the PRAM and other no-fix fixes. It's a pain to do, but works ...


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Forgetting a bluetooth device should just mean that it no longer automatically connects. Just do whatever you did to connect the first time if you want to reconnect. There are probably instructions that came with your bluetooth speaker.


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Actually you can get the BT Stack needed to connect to pc but only if you jailbreak your iPod Touch 5Th gen. you can do this simply with pangu and iOS 8.x and you just search for BT Stack in Cydia and install that and you should be good to go.


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In the end, I simply purchased a wired keyboard. Should have gotten that at the start.


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When you say "connect" what exactly are you trying to achieve? Airdrop? Mobile Internet Hotspot? Airdrop? Which Mac, iMac, MBP, MBPA do you have? To cut a few things short, and to save you time. The only connection you'll ever establish between your iDevice and you Mac is purely for internet purposes. ie.. if you're out of reach from wi-fi connection, you ...



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