Automatically pair the same set of Bluetooth Devices, while booting MACOS from 2 independent partitions:
(Each partition contains the whole MACOS)
Use identical Bluetooth.plist file on multiple partitions:
I presume that your partitions both contain the entire MACOS, and they do not share any system storage space. I recommend simply to:
Setup all the ...
This is just one of the many things that you can do with Keyboard Maestro which is $36 but which enables you to do at least 1,000 different things with your Mac. You can have triggers for sleep/wake, or when you are on a certain Wi-Fi network, or at specific times of day, etc.
Those triggers can then run AppleScript events, or execute keyboard commands, or ...
I turned out that because I paired it with my phone, it was not in the pairing mode anymore. So, I held the power button for 10 seconds or so and it went into the pairing mode again and I was able to see it in my bluetooth menu.
1st Answer Alt. Using The Interface Answer (Credit user3439894)
Does the command line version from my understanding.
Open System preferences
Open Bluetooth Settings
Click on Advanced
Uncheck the 2nd Box "Open Bluetooth Setup Assistant at startup if no mouse or trackpad is detected"
Note: this may look different on your Mac as I am running ...
I cannot find any Apple documentation stating that the original Magic Mouse is unsupported in newer OS versions.
Your problem is more likely to be just one of Bluetooth connectivity. Apple provides a troubleshooting document that describes the Magic Mouse and Magic Mouse 2 together. Other remedies for problems can be found here.
The Magic Mouse is not one ...
Running Mojave 10.14.5 and also experiencing the EXACT same issues as described.
Currently tried deleting bluetooth preferences files, resetting the bluetooth module, and restarting my macbook to see if I run into the same issues.
If same issues persist, then hotel rooms may be a pain in the a** till a concrete solution is found.
Followed answer ...
No. (Not that we’ve found)
These devices are designed to pair like rabbits. Rapidly, without delay and as often as possible.
People prank each other at our work as well by taking a keyboard and plugging it into all the iMac down the row. (Or shuffling up the mice)
The best you can do is set a name for each keyboard and laugh when a charge turns into a ...
I will add the answer.
Looking through discussions.apple.com, as usual, yields bad advice: reset, reformat, disk cleanup. Essentially do a bunch of random nonsense until the problem sorts itself out.
Before you do anything overly-complex or even irreversible. I recommend you try what I call the monkey's gambit:
Repeat steps 1, 2,...