Bluetooth uses a nearly 100% of the cpu when Bluetooth device(Keyboard) is not in use(idle)

Asked by daniel on 2018-10-03

After I use my Bluetooth keyboard and it goes idle it seems, that bluetoothd keeps searching for the device.

* The `bluetoothd ` process uses nearly 100% of the CPU.
* When I turn my keyboard off it still keeps searching.
* When I turn Bluetooth off or remove the device connection, it still uses a lot of CPU(keeps searching?)

I only can stop it by stopping, killing the `bluetoothd` process or restarting bluetoothd.

I am using a Dell XPS 13 with Ubuntu 16.04.

Hope someone can help :)

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