Troubleshooting steps for reconnecting Bluetooth on BTHUSB devices in low-power mode

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The connection may drop when you’re using Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) devices. This can cause problems with your app and potentially lead to data loss. To help prevent this from happening, we recommend using a BTHUSB device in a low-power mode with a reconnection script.

How to fix bthusb stop low power mode bluetooth diconnecting?

If you’re having trouble reconnecting your BTHUSB device to your computer, try the following steps:

Step 1: Check the device’s status

First, check the device’s status. If it is not connected, try to touch it. If the Bluetooth device is already connected, try to disconnect it. For this process to work, both devices should be awake and in range of each other (less than 30 feet).

Step 2: Repair your device

To repair your device, you will need to:

  • Pair it again. Ensure that your computer is turned on and in range of the Bluetooth device.
  • Make sure it isn’t already paired with another computer.

Step 3: Try another device

.If you can still not connect your device, we recommend you try another machine. If the problem persists, try using a different cable. If the problem persists, attempt to secure your BTHUSB device to aan another computer or operating system version of Windows.

Step 4: Remove and reinstall the BTHUSB driver

If the issue is not resolved, you might need to remove and reinstall the BTHUSB driver. Uninstall the current driver by following these steps:

  • Press Windows Key + R.
  • Type devmgmt.m sc in the Run dialog box, and then press Enter on your keyboard.
  • Open “Universal Serial Bus controllers” from under “Other devices”.”Right-click on Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator (or similar) > Uninstall the device from the context menu. Restart your computer after uninstalling this driver to avoid possible errors on installing it again later.

Step 5: Restart the computer

If you’re using a laptop, disconnect the Bluetooth USB dongle and reconnect it to your computer.

If you’re using a desktop, shut down your computer and unplug it from its power source for at least 30 seconds before restarting it.

After restarting your device and reconnecting with BTHUSB devices in low power mode:


Remember that the troubleshooting steps we’ve outlined here are just a few ways you can fix your Bluetooth disconnection issue. If none work, it may be time to contact customer service at your wireless carrier or device manufacturer. They might have more information and tips for resolving the problem.

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