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Default Bluetooth connection permission popup

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If I use Connector.open() to create a SPP bluetooth connection there is alway a popup asking to allow it if Bluetooth is currently disabled on the device. And there is no checkbox to confirm the selection permanently.

Does someone know how to get rid of it? I remember something about signing the application with a certificate of the provider...

Is there a way to check the state of the Bleutooth radio so I could tell the user to activate it before starting the application? It would be much better since the automatic activation after confirmation takes very long time...
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