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I have a pair of Bluetooth headphones paired to both my phone and laptop. I frequently switch between the two.

Sometimes the headphones won't auto-connect to my laptop when disconnecting from my phone, and I need to open the settings and do it manually. This isn't a problem but about of clicks.

Trying to find a way that I can pin the specific device to connect either from the start menu. I couldn't find anything when searching. Is this possible?

Wondering if I can use a .bat file to do it.

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    I do not think that it can be possible with just a bat or cmd file but probably with PowerShell script. If you are more or less OK with programming all you need to do is just to call one function: BluetoothSetServiceState() for yuor device when needs to switch to it. – Mike Petrichenko Apr 6 '19 at 23:44
  • Thanks! I've worked with powershell before (made a script to mass-setup Android devices). I'll look into that! – C Gil Apr 7 '19 at 0:32
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Had same problem, here's my solution:

https://github.com/stanleyguevara/win10-bluetooth-headphones

You can then bind connect.vbs disconnect.vbs or toggle.vbs to some media key, like described here

Mind you it requires third-party software to work, and toggle.vbs is a bit slow because it needs to check what's the actual state of connection, but hey, it works with one button!

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Win-K opens a sidebar with wireless connections where you can connect/disconnect your devices with one click.

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