Two bluetooth icons in system tray

Hey there,
when I enable bluetooth I have two active bluetooth icons in the system tray. When its off there is just one as expected. It was working some updates ago. Bluetooth itself works just fine.
Any idea how to fix it or in which direction to look at?
Best regards!

  1. What DE are you using ?
  2. Did you already try to look into the configuration of your desktop-tray
  3. Did you already try to config the tray-icon (right mouse click in xfce)

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oh yeah I shouldn’t add just the tag “KDE Plasma” and just mention the DE right away. Sorry about that. Actually I was already looking into the configuration, but last time I didn’t changed something.
Removing one of icons manually already did the trick… should had tried that earlier!
Thanks for quick help:)

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