Fixing the Razer Orochi Bluetooth connectivity problem on MacOS Sierra

Ken Ng

Father. Technologist. Photographer. Blogger. Shares his thoughts on the everything technology that amuses him on a anytime he can while regularly abuses his Mac, iPhone and iPad. Devices with APS-C CMOS sensors seems to be a favourite passtime and his job involves selling mules to connect stuff.

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8 Responses

  1. Chun says:

    can you please tell me where to find bluetooth explorer? im on mac os sierra on the latest macbok pro with touch bar. i have the razer oroch bluetooth problem

  2. Ken Ng says:

    You might need to install the additional developer tools that includes it. You can usually find the download in the Apple Developer’s site. But I got it downloaded in my Dropbox here. Try and see if it works for you.

  3. chun says:

    it doesn’t seem to work, bluetooth explorer…it opens but nothing happens

  4. Ken Ng says:

    When you run it, nothing opens by default. You have to go to the menu bar and open the right utility as I’ve shown in the article.

  5. joni says:

    thanks. , its works

  6. James Yeoh says:

    Thanks for your tutorial. I even went to the Razer forum and still couldn’t find a solution. Your simple solution works very well!

  7. First of all, thanks a lot, i had the same problem as you and you managed to solve it! But i would like to ask you if happened to as well that after you connects the mouse and it went inactive and you have to reconnect it, it does not reconnects automatically, you need to put on pairing mode again.

  8. Ken Ng says:

    It mostly reconnects itself again. There was only one instance where I had to force the reconnection again since I found out how to fix it.

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