Disable Bluetooth on Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

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    In order to disable Bluetooth on your Tab S2, you need to have the device unlocked.
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    Then, swipe down from the top of the device.
    This will open the notification panel.
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    You can tap on the "Bluetooth" icon one time to turn off Bluetooth.
    When the icon is turned off, Bluetooth will not function.
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    Alternatively, you can swipe down from the home screen to go to the notification panel.
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    Then, tap once on the gear-shaped settings icon.
    When the settings menu opens, you will see the "Bluetooth" option on the left hand side of the screen. It is located in the menu for "Connections".
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    Tap once on Bluetooth.
    You will notice a switch at the top of the window. If Bluetooth is on, this switch will be green.
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    In order to turn Bluetooth off, simply tap on the switch once.
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    You may then press the home button on your device to go back to the home screen.
    You can then use your Samsung Galaxy Tab as normal.
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How can I stop our Samsung S2 9.7 Tablet from constantly toggling the Bluetooth service on & off?

We have paired a Logitech keyboard to our Samsung S2 tablet. While we are typing on the keyboard, the Bluetooth connection will drop. If you look at the Bluetooth service on the tablet, the slider switch will toggle between ON and OFF. Any suggestions? The article explains how to MANUALLY toggle the Bluetooth service - my instance occurs with NO user intervention.

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