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EndeavourOS doesn’t enable Bluetooth by default because of several security risks.

If you haven’t set up Bluetooth already, follow the steps in this tutorial to do so.

After you’re finished with the tutorial, Bluetooth should be installed and enabled by default at startup. To disable it at startup, open this file:

# sudo nano /etc/bluetooth/main.conf

Find this section:

[Policy]

and go down a bit to find this line:

AutoEnable=false

If the line above has a # before it, it means the line is commented. Remove the hashtag. If there is a true instead of false, change it to false. Save the file now (Ctrl + s shortcut for nano).

If you want to enable Bluetooth at startup again, change the line to this:

AutoEnable=true
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How to enable/disable Bluetooth at startup

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