How can I wake up Blue­tooth de­vices?

Mac Format - - APPLETALK -

Ever since in­stalling OS X 10.9.5 I reg­u­larly get con­nec­tion is­sues with my Blue­tooth de­vices when I wake my Mac up. When I look at the menu from the Blue­tooth icon, the item shows as con­nected but with­out a bat­tery per­cent­age. Even delet­ing the de­vice and adding it again rarely works. I’ve tried sev­eral cures in­clud­ing pa­ram­e­ter re­sets and re­plac­ing the bat­ter­ies, but I usu­ally have to re­boot. Sean I’m not aware of any con­vinc­ingly doc­u­mented bug in Mav­er­icks that could cause this. Blue­tooth can be quite tem­per­a­men­tal, but since re­boot­ing seems to be a re­li­able fix, I may have a more con­ve­nient work­around for you. The Ter­mi­nal com­mands you’d re­booted. You can au­to­mate this a bit more us­ing Au­toma­tor; start it and cre­ate a new ‘Ap­pli­ca­tion’. Drag the ‘Run Ap­pleScript’ ac­tion from the Util­i­ties sec­tion, to the work­flow. Add

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