wf bluetooth manager

From their README

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🚨 Supports Alfred 4 🚨

Workflows created or edited in any version of Alfred are fundamentally incompatible with earlier versions, even if no new features are used.

I am using alfred 4, therefore I cannot make it compatible with alfred 3

💻 Installation 👾

Install brew

And then run this command on a terminal:

brew install blueutil

Python 2 and macOS Monterrey

This is the recommended solution by Alfred and the solution implemented from release 3.0.0 and above, therefore I don't recommend to upgrade your workflow if you don't have macOS Monterrey, bu if you installed version equal or major to 3 you will have to this anyway.

export PATH="/opt/homebrew/bin:/usr/local/bin:${PATH}"
eval "$(brew shellenv)"
brew install pyenv
pyenv install 2.7.18
ln -s "${HOME}/.pyenv/versions/2.7.18/bin/python2.7" "${HOMEBREW_PREFIX}/bin/python"

Which should lead to have linked the python bin to this path /usr/local/bin/python. To check if all the previous commands were successful, run this command:

/usr/local/bin/python --version
# Which should print this "Python 2.7.18"

Download the release according to your OS version

macOS Monterey or previous macOS

📸 Screenshots

🔑 Keywords

  • bset: Set the default device
  • bc: Connect the default device
  • bd: Disconnect the default device
  • bcs: Select the device you would like to connect to
  • bds: Select the device you would like to disconnect to
  • bm:
    • Bluetooth on and off
    • Enable and disabled check of updates
    • Manually check for an update
    • Clear data: Allowing to clear the blueutil path saved(just in case 🤷🏽‍♂️)

Default device = Is the device used in bc and bd commands without having to select one like in bcs or bds.

🆘 Help

- What should I do if a get the message "Change your blueutil or brew path"?

To get them, run the following commands in your own terminal:

> which brew # paste this command
/usr/local/bin/brew # this is just an example result
> which blueutil # and paste this one
/usr/local/bin/blueutil # this is just an example result

Copy both results and follow the steps in the next point.

- How to set my own brew/blueutil path?

Step 1: Open your Alfred settings inside the workflows panel

Step 2: Press the button "Configure workflow and variables"

Step 3: Edit bluetooth_command_path or brew_command_path variables with your own

Easy peasy! 😋