Your Bluetooth speaker should be on the list of your phone's paired devices, so all you need to do is click pair. As the device starts to pair, switch on your Bluetooth speaker and the two will connect and start sharing data. While this will work, your neighbor can still connect if you leave your speaker on after use.
Every single Bluetooth device has a unique 48-bit address, commonly abbreviated BD_ADDR. This will usually be presented in the form of a 12-digit hexadecimal value. The most-significant half (24 bits) of the address is an organization unique identifier (OUI), which identifies the manufacturer.
Under Control Panel, open the Devices and Printers section. Right-click on the HC-05 or HC-06 Bluetooth device, and select Properties. Click the Hardware menu, and then click Properties. Click the Details menu, and then select the Property as Bluetooth Device Address .
How to Disable a Bluetooth Passkey
To locate a specific Bluetooth device using the app, look for it by name in the device list. If you do not see it, ensure the device is not already connected to your mobile device or anything else, because most devices will stop advertising when they are connected and LightBlue® will not be able to detect it.
LightBlue® allows you to customize the services and characteristics of any virtual peripheral profile. You can also clone any peripheral you connect to in central mode and save that profile to your list of virtual peripherals—simply connect to a device and tap on the "Clone" button on the top right of the screen.
A Bluetooth address is a 48-bit value that uniquely identifies a Bluetooth device. It is also referred to as a Bluetooth MAC address, and in Bluetooth specification, it is known as BD_ADDR.
Eavesdropping allows a malicious user to listen to or intercept data intended for another device. Bluetooth uses a frequency-hopping spread spectrum to prevent this attack.
You can find a hidden Bluetooth device by visual inspection, using Bluetooth checker apps, or using a spectrum analyzer. You can also use a Bluetooth scanner to find hidden devices.
Bluetooth Smart Scanner is the fastest app to find all Bluetooth Low Energy (also known as Bluetooth 4.0 or Bluetooth Smart) devices around you. It shows detailed information that Bluetooth Low Energy devices advertise, including device name, signal strength (RSSI), supported services, battery level, etc.
A microwave oven is a prime example of an unintentional RF radiator. If you turn on a microwave oven while using a Bluetooth device, it can interfere with the signal and, in some cases, block it entirely. Power lines, power stations and electrical railroad tracks can also emit enough RFs to disrupt Bluetooth.