This script removes the remote bluetooth device from your system (if present), than adds and configures it again.
This script requires Bluetooth Command Line Tools 18.104.22.168 or higher.
It may be necessary to switch the remote bluetooth device into 'discoverable' mode before running the script. (Consult the documentation of your bluetooth device).
1. Copy the following script into your text editor (e.g. notepad).
2. Change device address and service GUID to match your device. (To obtain these values, run 'btdiscovery -s'). Optionally set the PIN code.
3. Save the file with '.bat' extension.
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@echo off rem The following line is needed only if you haven't added Bluetooth Command Line Tools to system PATH set PATH=c:\program files\bluetooth command line tools\bin;%PATH% rem Change the following 2 lines to match your device set DEVICE_ADDRESS=00:01:02:03:FF:FF set SERVICE_UUID=1124 rem If your device requires PIN code other than '0000', uncomment and change the following line rem set PIN=1234 rem Remove the device. Ignoring possible error here btpair -u -b"%DEVICE_ADDRESS%" rem Pair the device btpair -p%PIN% -b"%DEVICE_ADDRESS%" if errorlevel 1 goto error rem Enable the service btcom -c -b"%DEVICE_ADDRESS%" -s%SERVICE_UUID% if errorlevel 1 goto error goto success rem Allow user to read error message before window is closed :error pause exit :success exit
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