What I’m trying to do is prevent bluetooth from turning on at boot. I do not want to disable the bluetooth service. I would just like to have bluetooth turned off and be able to turn it back on when I need it.
According to the Arch wiki, this should be the default behaviour, but for whatever reason, it turns on whenever I log in. I’ve tried setting AutoEnable to false in /etc/bluetooth/main.conf, but no luck there either. Did I break it somehow?
Before discovering the problem, I did set Bluetooth ERTM to off using the instructions in post #10 here:
This was needed because I was trying to pair my XBONE controller (which worked!). Does disabling ERTM mess with AutoEnable somehow?