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I had a bluetooth mouse that I connected with my PC. But when I wanted to connect it with another device it disconnected it with my PC and later on I had to connect it again with my PC if I wanted to use it on there.

Isn't there a way, where I don't always need to connect and disconnect the mouse every single time? Or is there a specific mouse that's compatible for switching from one device to the other? :S

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You asked "would this maybe solve the problem". Does it? – CharlieRB Mar 20 '13 at 13:17
@CharlieRB thats the thing.. I don't know :S I just read it somewhere but no one said it worked. – sari Mar 20 '13 at 14:06
SuperUser is a place where we try to help those who themselves have tried to resolve something, but get stuck or run into a problem. Why don't YOU try it? This does two things; 1) lets us know you are willing to put in an effort and not expect someone else to just do it for you, and 2) helps us to not suggest what you've already tried. – CharlieRB Mar 20 '13 at 14:26
1. I can't cuz it's in my office and I don't have the rights to just try it and I'm trying to solve this for someone else 2. maybe you don't know but I'm new here and would've helped others IF I knew how. I don't have that much experience as you do – sari Mar 20 '13 at 15:16
It is helpful if you explain details (1) when posting your questions. We are not mind readers and have no way of knowing those types of details. As it stands, it seems like you are just asking someone else to test it for you. (2) I do understand you are new here. Being new, however, does not mean incapable. My comments are not meant to insult you, but to help you improve your question. Please read the faq to better understand how and what to post. – CharlieRB Mar 20 '13 at 16:03

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