If your AirPods name in Bluetooth Preferences contains an apostrophe in it, double check that it appears the same way it does in your script. For example, the default name given for my AirPods would be “Jimmy’s AirPods”. In the script it will appear as “Jimmy's AirPods”. If you look closely they both have different apostrophes. One is curved, ‘, and one is straight, '. Renaming the device in either Bluetooth Preferences or in the Script Editor will fix the issue with apostrophes.
Thanks for this guide Aaron! After setting up Siri Shortcuts to do this on my iOS devices, I really wanted something comparable on my Mac and this worked perfectly. Referring to Step 3, I really wanted to keep that apostrophe so after some fiddling around, I realized that the apostrophe in the name generated by default for my AirPods was different than the one I was writing in the script. The default name includes a ‘ while in the script editor my keyboard was typing out a '. If you look closely they are different characters with ASCII codes 8216 and 39 respectively. I simply renamed my AirPods in Bluetooth Preferences to match what was in my script and it worked like a charm! Hopefully this works for anybody else who tries this and wants to keep their apostrophe.
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