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bluetooth controller

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From the project's README:

Alfred Workflow: Bluetooth Controller

A powerful toolkit for managing your bluetooth connections. Includes Remote Trigger, to manage your Bluetooth devices on the big screen.

Installation

Summary

Install blueutil and Alfred workflow!

Instructions

  1. Install blueutil:

Using package manager Homebrew:

# install
brew install blueutil

# update
brew update
brew upgrade blueutil

# uninstall
brew remove blueutil

Using package manager MacPorts:

# install
port install blueutil

# update
port selfupdate
port upgrade blueutil

# uninstall
port uninstall blueutil
  1. Download the Alfred workflow and double-click to install!

Usage

usage snippet

Manage bluetooth

  • Turn bluetooth on: bton
  • Turn bluetooth off: btoff
  • Reset (disable, wait 1.5 seconds, enable: btr

Toggle device connections

  • Connect/disconnect from device: btd + device name
  • By typing an argument, the workflow will automatically search through all devices prevously paired with the computer.

Manage favorite device

  • Set favorite device: btsetfavorite + device name
  • Connect to favorite device with hotkey (cmd-ctr-option-x by default)

Pair new device

  • btp + device name
  • Wait 5 seconds for results to show up

Status

  • See status of bluetooth connection and paired devices: btstatus

Safe mode

Set environment variable confirm in workflow to true if you want to force user confirmation on toggle and deactivation commands. (Useful for iMacs and Mac Minis who that would have trouble turning Bluetooth on again without any input devices.)

All the listed commands have their own Remote Trigger.