Re: Bose Revolve turns itself on
>Unfortunately I think the two of them are also BLE-ing each other in the middle of the night, keeping
>themselves and me awake.
I may be wrong on this but each Revolve when in BLE mode can communicate only with a BT device with which it is paired. Bose may correct me on this, but I do not believe two Revolves when in BLE mode can communicate with each other via BT. I have two Revolves which are paired only with my iPhone 7. I keep them both off in BLE. The iPhone will never turn on either Revolve unless I manually ask it to with the Bose Connect app. An iPhone even when it turns on, will not turn on a Revolve as say a laptop does/desktop does. And in addition, none of my Revolve's have ever turned been turned on for any other reason so for me that means a Revolve can not itself initiate a BLE on request with another device with which it is NOT paired even if that device is issuing a BLE signal. In fact, even if the Revolve is paired to another device it can not initiate itself a turn on for a paired device. The revolve is always in passive mode responding to initiated commands from the other device.
And by the way, there are apps on both iphones and Androids (most are free) that allow you to tell which devices are putting out a BLE signal. I use "BLE Scanner" on my iphone and it shows when my Revolve is putting out a BLE signal and when it is not. It also shows that my QC35 headphones and Soundsport do not put out a BLE signal when they are turned off.