Bluetooth mouse stopped working on Fedora 18
This one has me really confused.. I bought a new Bluetooth mouse today and set it up in Fedora 18 KDE. Worked perfectly, it even recognized what kind of mouse it was. I then went to eat dinner, and when I got back to my computer, it had lost the connection to the mouse. Trying to reconnect just timed out. If I press the buttons or move the mouse, the Bluetooth icon flashes with a small icon of some kind very briefly, which suggests to me that there's something happening. However, it simply wouldn't connect.
I tried rebooting, turning the mouse off, even removing the batteries, all to no avail. Last I tried removing the device to re-add it, and now it can't even find it when it scans. Even more strange, it also cannot find my phone when I tried that to see where the heck the problem is.
Output from hciconfig -dev
I'm not the genius here but maybe all you need is an update.
In this case for this member it is a bug; sorry for the bad news.
Mouse problems and threads
Try waking up the device (by editing) like this member did with his /proc/acpi/wakeup
Other than that the only other thing I know to try would be to click on your bluethooth icon and set up a new device. Hope this helps
Found a few more possibilities and or troubleshooting techniques-
I *(think)* this just might be a bug.
If I find anything useful over the next few days I'll post it for you.
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