Funny thing is, my relatives have virtually no technology, as I set up all of their tech items, like a recent Chromecast. They definitely do not have a Roku player. They live in a one story house, neighboring homes 20-50 yards away, with brick fences and of course external home structures / dry wall in the way.
Is it possible for bluetooth to transmit at those distances? I though bluetooth should only be 10-20 feet, so it would be impossible for a neighbor's Roku Player to be detectable via Bluetooth, especially in pairing mode, for several hours.
I was trying to connect my bluetooth Canon mouse to my PC devices, and I wonder my Canon mouse could somehow have been misidentified by Windows... but the funny thing is my Android phone also picked the Roku player in pairing mode.
I don't own any Roku players with bluetooth - I understand the bluetooth is only used for remote purposes, but I still would find it odd for the remote / player to be in constant pairing mode even if it was a neighbor's Roku player.
Any thoughts on this one from anyone familiar with bluetooth Roku player tech or bluetooth connectivity in general?