You could install blueutil and SleepWatcher via homebrew and set a .sleep code to do a script that do shell script "/usr/local/bin/blueutil -p 0" when going to sleep mode.
To use SleepWatcher, make a shell script in your home directory named .sleep and give it permition with the chmod command.
.sleep script could be
From Mi Mouse manual :
Turn on the Bluetooth function on the computer
Hold down the ''connection mode'' button, until indicator light turns on
On your computer find this Bluetooth device (on bluetooth preferences, device name : MiMouse)
Press "connect" for accomplishment of connection of the device
Note that your computer need a Bluetooth chip version ...
I was having the same issue.
And for me was the apple wireless keyboard and my Logitech MX master mouse.
Basically anything Bluetooth.
As soon as I connected the mouse using the dongle and the keyboard with the charging cable the Apple AirPods 2 start working just fine.
This is very annoying as I can not connect anything to my laptop without getting this ...
Disconnect from Bluetooth accessories (Apple):
Open Control Center and tap [the Bluetooth icon]￼. The icon dims and your device disconnects from any accessory it's connected to, except for Apple Watch, Instant Hotspot, Apple Pencil, and Continuity features, like Handoff. If Bluetooth is turned off, you won’t be able to connect your iOS device to your ...
Firstly, all iPhones since the iPhone 5s support the Message Access Profile (MAP). For more information see Bluetooth profiles that iOS supports.
As for how you can get this to work, it seems to me you’ve done a great job of trying to troubleshoot this. However, one thing you probably missed (because it isn’t at all obvious!) is the fact you may need to ...
I have the Magic Keyboard working with my Windows 10 system. Download the latest Windows Drivers from the Apple Support site (Downloads: Windows drivers) and you should be able to install the keyboard driver from the zip file.
Okay, so I also tried to connect the Apple Magic Keyboard to Windows 10 and I ran into several problems.
As long as I had it connected via USB, it couldn't be discovered by
Even when pairing was then initialized, Windows showed a driver
So I unplugged the keyboard and installed Magic Utilities.
Is there any way to get Bluetooth re-enabled without a USB keyboard/mouse?
If you have accidentally turned off Bluetooth thereby disconnecting Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse/Magic Trackpad, simply hard reboot your Mac by pressing and holding the power button.
Then restart your Mac, and it will trigger the wizard for connecting keyboard and mouse ...
No - there isn’t another way to pair.
I would keep notes on what steps you see when you click Pair.
Does it ask for a passcode? If so, do you enter 0000 or something else?
Can you unpair other devices and re-pair them. Sometimes if there’s a lot of bluetooth devices or a microwave oven or lots of WiFi right where you are, you could get interference.