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I do not use the bluetooth most of the time so I guess I could turn it off and save some battery life.
You can disable it in by right-clicking on the Bluetooth icon in the system tray, via Control Panel or completely in device manager.
I think he might be asking about the same thing I’m having an issue with. I can disable it, but haven’t figure out to to make it not show in the System Tray. Even when I use device manager it still displays the icon in the System Tray…
Edit: Just figured it out… I had to delete it from the Startup Items in my profile.
Yep was going to say that lol, if you do need to start it upagain for any reason you will need to goto c > program files >widdcomm >and select bttray.exe this will start the tray icon as a one off
Thanks guys. Issue solved.
i’m not exactly certain as to the code, but you should be able to make two batch files to do this in a single click action, one to turn on the blueteeth and one to turn it off.
if i figure it out i’ll post the code.
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