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Yet another Alfred workflow to connect / disconnect Bluetooth devices
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README.md

Alfred Bluetooth Workflow

License: MIT

Alfred 3 workflow to quickly connect / disconnect Bluetooth devices.

Installation

Simply download the latest Bluetooth Connector.alfredworkflow release and double-click to import into Alfred.

Features

  • Connect / disconnect to any known Bluetooth device by typing blt {device}
    • Optionally filter devices by name
    • Already connected devices are highlighted with a green icon
    • Battery percentage is shown if available
  • Toggle Bluetooth on or off via blt-on, blt-off or simply blt-toggle
  • Workflow updates via blt workflow:update (Thanks to @trietsch)

Preview: Alfred Bluetooth Workflow

Preview: Alfred Bluetooth Workflow

Attribution

  • trietsch/alfred-bluetooth-connector by Robin Trietsch was used as an inspiration for this workflow implementation
  • toy/blueutil is used to easily connect/disconnect a Bluetooth device by its MAC address and toggle Bluetooth on/off. It was originally developed by Frederik Seiffert and is now being continued by Ivan Kuchin.

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2018 - 2019 Tilman Ginzel, Robin Trietsch

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