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How to Disconnect Bluetooth Keyboard, Mouse and Other Devices on Mac

Disconnect Bluetooth Keyboard Mouse

Disconnect Bluetooth Keyboard Mouse

Is your Bluetooth device like Wireless Keyboard, Trackpad, or Magic Mouse randomly disconnecting from Mac and often goes off the radar? Don’t worry. It’s something most of us have encountered at some point or the other.

There could be more than one reasons why the Bluetooth devices would repeatedly disconnect from your Mac. As for instance, it could be the rather poor signal strength, sloppy batteries or some minor technical hiccups which might be spoiling your party. Try out these quick solutions to fix this annoying issue right away!

How to Fix Randomly Disconnecting Mouse, Trackpad, and Keyboard on Mac
Make Sure the Bluetooth Devices Are Charged Up
Many a time, I have found my Bluetooth devices repeatedly disconnecting from Mac whenever they are low on power. They don’t seem to function properly when they are not sufficiently charged. Once the Bluetooth devices are charged up, their function returns to normal. Hence, make sure the device has the required power to continue to function properly.

Turn Off/On the Bluetooth Devices
On some occasions, I am able to fix this problem just by turning off/on the devices. Hence, power off your wireless device, leave it for some time and then turn it on. Just press and hold the power button until the green light turns off. Then, press on the power button again to turn it on.

Turn Off/On Bluetooth, Disconnect the Device and Connect It Again

Click on the Bluetooth menu and select your device and click on Disconnect. You will also see an option to Turn Bluetooth Off in the menu, click on it to turn it off.

Delete the Device Profile and Re-Add It

If the device is still not functioning up to the mark, start from the scratch. Delete its profile and re-add it. Simply click on the Bluetooth menu and select Open Bluetooth Preferences.

Check out the Signal Strength/Change the Battery

Check out the signal strength of your device. To do so, click on the Bluetooth button+Option Key on your Keyboard and select your device. Check out RSSI to view the signal strength. The lower the number, the better the signal.

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