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Although this sounds more like a software issue, I don't think it is impossible that you are dealing with issues related to signal interference. The 2.4 GHz frequency that Bluetooth uses is rather crowded and most notably WiFi can be on the same band and cause issues. I suggest to test your Wifi first. Press alt and click on the WiFi symbol. If under "...


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This shouldn't make a difference since you're talking about an Apple Magic Mouse 2 and not a 3rd party Bluetooth mouse, but one thing I have seen that does work in some cases is to make sure the mouse is the first Bluetooth device paired to your computer. To do this you will need to reset both the macOS Bluetooth Device List and Bluetooth Controller. ...


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Unfortunately the 2.4 GHz band, which Bluetooth uses, is rather crowded. Therefore interference with WiFi (802.11b/g/n/ax), microwaves, USB 3 devices, etc. are quite common. Apple has a support document on the issue and suggests a list of measures (see the link for all suggestions): How to reduce wireless interference These general steps can help ...


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I'm going to defer to people like @nohillside and @Tom Gewecke for internationalization and keyboard setups, but you can rule out a factory reset of Apple bluetooth devices quite quickly assuming you have a Mac computer you can borrow and pair to the keyboard in question. Enable Bluetooth in the menu bar Hold Shift and Option keys when you click on ...


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Airdrop already forms a mesh and doesn’t need WiFi networks to broadcast airdrop. Existing Apple hardware builds a point to point mesh and you can airdrop across the mesh far larger distance than the range of your device alone. So you don’t need to build anything but could have a functioning mesh. There are improvements in hardware about to ship so ...


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Move you speaker fairly close to your computer and go to the bluetooth icon in your menu bar. Click on the and it should open a pane like the one below. I use my Amazon Echo as my speaker and the Disconnect button would read Connect if if my Echo wasn't already connected. Your bluetooth speaker should show up in the list. Click on it and select Connect. ...


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I have come to the conclusion that a VPN simply causes a lot of connection issues when dealing with iOS and watchOS. For example, I found that iMessage and standard texts were not working correctly on my iPhone when my VPN was on. This is all besides the Apple Watch connection issues. My answer is a non-answer in that VPNs and iOS/WatchOS do not play well ...


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That prevents turning off the bluetooth card. It locks the "Turn Off" button with your password [admin users only]. So the bluetooth card cannot be disabled, unless you click the lock again and input your user password (considering you are an admin user) or any other username/password with admin privileges.


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There should be a Bluetooth icon in the menu bar. Click on this and you'll get the following menu: Click on the connect button on the left. Then go to system preferences and open the Sound Prefs and select your Bluetooth headset.


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Basic solutions: Try restarting your device ; Try disabling and enabling Bluetooth back ; Try resetting your Mac Bluetooth cache ; Check this answer from this question. Hope I helped you. Léo


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You could install blueutil and SleepWatcher via homebrew and set a .sleep code to call blueutil in order to disable bluetooth and call "networksetup -setairportpower en0 off" to disable wifi when going to sleep mode or closing the lid. Blueutil comands are "/usr/local/bin/blueutil -p 0" to disable bluetooth and blueutil -p 1 to enable it. To use ...


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Try open JBL Connect and turn on this: Then connect to the MacBook


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