[quoted lines by Dave Mielke on 2018/03/06 at 06:50 -0500]

>I agree with you that retrying every few seconds isn't nice, but I haven't yet 
>come up with a better way to do it. There's no obvious way for brltty to know 
>that a new Bluetooth device has been turned on, come within range, etc.

You've given me an idea. I wonder what you, and others, think of it:

Brltty could have a setting (or maybe it should jsut do it) to put an on/off 
control into a notification. This'd make it easy for a user to turn brltty off 
when he/she doesn't want to use a braille device, e.g. when going out 
somewhere. Additionally, locking/reawakening the Android device could 
automatically turn brltty back on again in case it's turned off by mistake.

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