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Thanks a lot to Firelord's response. I followed the leads they gave and ended up finding the culprit is the smart lock I installed for my home that requires bluetooth. I found this line in android.log file: BluetoothManagerService: enable(com.august.luna). With OnePlus 6, I didn't have to use adb, I was able to: turned on Developer Option, turned on Debug ...


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On my OnePlus 6 running OxygenOS 10.3.11 (Android 10) I can find out the culprit using the following adb commands: adb shell dumpsys bluetooth_manager | toybox sed -ne '/abled.*due.*to.*APPLICATION_REQUEST.*/p' Example: $ adb shell $ dumpsys bluetooth_manager | toybox sed -ne '/abled.*due.*to.*APPLICATION_REQUEST.*/p' 01-05 13:31:04 Enabled due to ...


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BlueSPP and a Bluetooth relay can do that.


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