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Bluetooth Finder Tool - find Bluetooth devices near you


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There's no password needed on this download, I just downloaded it without a problem.

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  • 1 year later...

Sorry to resurrect this thread, but had some good use from this script, so many thanks. Just wondered why it doesn't pick up paired Bluetooth LE devices? Are they not handled by bthprops.cpl?  Had a hunt online but couldn't find inspiration! Thanks again

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your finder tool is very good, but it finds my (paired) iphone whether BT on the iphone is on or off. In other words, it doesn't actually try to connect to the BT device.

Is there a way, in autoit, to check if the BT device is on and within the accessible radius? Something like BluetoothView.exe /try_to_connect (https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluetooth_viewer.html) .


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