I want Bluetooth disabled by default. How to do it in elementary os? I've already tried to disable it in settings. But there is no option for this. If I disable it on top bar and login and logout the Bluetooth is enabled.


You can disable it by adding next line to /etc/rc.local file with following system restart:

rfkill block bluetooth
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    This solution "blocks" the bluetooth "widget" too. Isn't there any solution that only "switch off" the bluetooth like the widget does? – Krisztián Ferenczi Jun 18 '18 at 19:03

Open /etc/bluetooth/main.conf and change AutoEnable=true to AutoEnable=false.

  • Didn't work on elementary OS 5.0 juno – Ali Tou Aug 16 '19 at 8:59

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