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An alternative would be to install unclutter and set it to idle 0: This would disabled the mouse pointer when using a touch-screen. sudo apt-get install unclutter unclutter -idle 0 This could be made permantent by adding unclutter to the session: vi ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart and add @unclutter -idle 0


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I came here looking for a solution to the same problem. Turns out I had to set the mouse to be trusted in order for the mouse to reconnect on reboot. When using bluetoothctl, I simply entered trust <mac address>


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