If you are uncomfortable using Terminal to change these settings on your Mac, you can also use a graphical tool called Bluetooth Explorer. To download the tool, visit Apple’s Downloads page for developers and sign in with your Apple ID. Next, type “Bluetooth explorer” in the search bar, and this will list numerous utility packages titled “Additional Tools for Xcode” followed by a version number.
Under the package labeled Additional Tools for Xcode 11.4, click on “View Details” and then click on the .dmg file below the package description to download it. Alternatively, you can use this direct link to download the tool, but it will only work if you have signed in to Apple’s Developers website with your Apple ID.
Once completed, open the downloaded .dmg file. This will open a drive with a few files and folders within it. Inside this drive, open the folder called “Hardware.” In this folder, you will find Bluetooth Explorer; copy and paste it into the Applications folder of your Mac. You can also drag the tool to the folder instead of copying and pasting it. Bluetooth Explorer utility is now successfully installed on your Mac.