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This is all I ever see:
Bluetooth Pic - Doodle God Walkthrough.com

Sorry I had to put it on my doodle god walkthrough page!
I didn't know where else to put it.

Anyway: Is there a problem here?

And if there is, how do I fix it?
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Nope. There’s nothing wrong with any of those icons. That Bluetooth icon simply means that there is something that is connected using Bluetooth. Like your mouse or keyboard.

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Shouldn't it just be the bluetooth symbol? Not the dots over it?
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FYI Bluetooth: About Bluetooth Icons
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Those dots indicate that something is using bluetooth. Like your mouse or keyboard.

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Thats stupid. It should just be the symbol - dim when nothing is connected - dark when something is. Like on iOS!
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