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Opening a Bluetooth connection between two devices is a fast and energy efficient way to communicate data over a short distance.  Bluetooth connections allow for smartphones, computers, cars, and even IoT devices to communicate all over a frequency that operates at ~ 2480 MHz.  In my experience working with Bluetooth, I have seen connections go up fairly easily or be very stubborn and not want to connect at all.  Generally it seems harder to connect two devices that are not from the same manufacturer.  So, what do you do when connections are being stubborn?  Do you try and reconnect and jus