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The wireless UE Boom 2 can be remotely powered on/off through the UE MEGABOOM iPhone app and that's very useful in some cases.

It would be great to be able to do the same but from a MacBook, but Logitech didn't release such an app for macOS. I believe this should technically be feasible from any device with a Bluetooth 4 + LE device (which my MBP Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014 has).

Would you know how this could be achieved, through a Bluetooth software or script?

What I found so far:

This is what my Mac shows for the UE in System Information > Bluetooth

UE MEGABOOM:
  Address:          88-C6-26-89-57-B3
  Major Type:       Audio
  Minor Type:       Headphones
  Services:         Headset, Wireless iAP, LWACP, Hands-Free unit
  Paired:           Yes
  Configured:       Yes
  Connected:        No
  Manufacturer:     Cambridge Silicon Radio (0x8, 0x307D)
  Firmware Version: 0xFFFF
  Vendor ID:        0x000A
  Product ID:       0xFFFF
  Class of Device:  0x04 0x06 0x240418
  EDR Supported:    Yes
  eSCO Supported:   Yes
  SSP Supported:    Yes

I've tried LightBlue but it can't show the available services for the UE:

  • Let's see where this goes to. As long as we are looking at tools/ways accessible to the end user, the question is fine here. If answers tend to require ObjC programming we can migrate it to StackOverflow. – nohillside Apr 21 '17 at 17:29
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    Any progress with this? – Orlandster Jan 5 '18 at 13:51
  • Linking to some ideas in this gist and this gist – Stéphane Bruckert Feb 20 at 18:02

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