A protocol used for low-range, low-power, low-speed communication between devices (phones, keyboard, mice etc...).

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Bluetooth manager window won't open

I'm using a USB Bluetooth dongle on my Raspberry Pi. So far I managed to connect the device and pair it using the terminal. Yet the desktop/GUI Bluetooth manager won't open. I can see the icon on the ...
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Emulate Bluetooth LE Adapter for Acceptance Testing

I'm developing an Android app that captures Bluetooth LE signals and I'm a big fan of test driven and behaviour driven development. So, I want to develop my app by using TDD and BDD. When it comes to ...
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How to use BlueZ tools? [closed]

I successfully compiled bluez-libs-3.36 and bluez-utils-3.36, and got the programs sdptool,hcitool and hciconfig. I copied them to my device and exectued chmod a+x on all three of them. But if I try ...
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RFCOMM device seems to be missing (dev/rfcomm0)

I am trying to send and receive serial commands over bluetooth. I have installed pyBluez library. The issue is that while the rfcomm.conf exists there is no rfcomm0 in /dev/ directory. I rebooted but ...
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Enabling Bluetooth discoverability upon start-up

I would like to make a USB Bluetooth dongle discoverable upon start-up (or whenever it's plugged in) on Debian Squeeze or Wheezy. If I use hciconfig initially, I can see the device in this mode: ...
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Raspberry Pi 2 + Kali + bluetooth

I run a light version of Kali 2.0 on a Raspberry Pi 2. I have a Bluetooth keyboard with dongle that I'd like to use with my Pi. I installed the proper packages (found on several tutorials), the ...
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Toshiba sattelite c665 bluetooth not working (Kali)

I have a toshiba sattelite c665 laptop and i have installed kali 1.1.0a few days ago. Bluetooth of my laptop is not working , whenever i click on the bluetooth icon in top bar, it shows "Bluetooth: ...
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Sending to two bluetooth speakers at once

Is it possible to send the same audio signal to two different Bluetooth speakers at once from a single source? I remember reading somewhere that it's possible to send audio to two different sinks ...
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bluez paired but disconnected

I'm running bluez=4.99-2 on a Raspberry with Raspian installed and an old usb dongle 0a5c:200a Broadcom Corp. BCM2035. I use an Android device to connect to it, the dongle doesn't support sspmode so ...
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Bluetooth adopter not recoginizing

Hi I was using ubuntu gnome 3.10 in Acer asphire 5742 and upgraded it to 3.12. In Gnome 3.10 bluetooth adapter was working fine but in 3.12 it says adopter is not found. So can any one suggest ...
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Disable PIN request for pairing on Raspbian

I'm running a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Wheezy. I have a BT (Bluetooth) dongle attached to one of the USB ports (I have a model B RPi), I've downloaded and installed the following packages: ...
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CUPS does not recognize bluetooth receipt printer

I've been given for testing purpose a mobile receipt printer and I am trying to set it up in cups. I've successfuly connected to it via lubuntu blueman-manager and printed test page via cat ...
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Bluetooth Device not working debian wheezy

i just installed debian wheezy on msi cx640dx. my bluetooth device not working. here is some information. Kernel version: $uname -r 3.2.0-4-amd64 when i use hcitool dev it don't show any device. ...
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How to Pair BOSE SoundLink (Bluetooth) using Pulseaudio in Linux Mint Debian Edition?

Been having problems with pairing and maintaining conected my bluetooth speaker, finally after reading and reading, found some steps to achieve it. Please read ahead.
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How can I debug why my built-in bluetooth is not working?

I would like to see bluetooth devices over my computer. I have a Asus x79 Deluxe which supports Bluetooth 4.0. It would be nice if that worked under Linux. I have installed the following packages: ...
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Connect Logitech MX900 keyboard

My Logitech hardware Bluetooth hub suddenly stopped working, so I am trying to connect the Logitech MX900 Mouse and Keyboard units directly to my Samsung 900X laptop runnning Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca. ...
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Make bluetooth device invisible / disable incoming pairing

I am using the bluez package for my bluetooth usb dongle on ubuntu server. I want to be able to initiate bluetooth connection from the dongle to a device, however a device itself shall not be able to ...
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Blueman: RecentConns 'NoneType' object is not iterable

The last update for manjaro, no longer allows me to enable blueman for some reason. Here is the error: Connection Failed: Traceback (most recent call last): File ...
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Using bluez to access Bluetooth Low Energy devices?

I would like to connect to a Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE, Bluetooth Smart) device using a linux box with bluez and a bluetooth dongle. I have Orico BTA-402 dongle with CSR chipset; Ubuntu 14.04. I ...
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Pipe stdout to obexftp bluetooth transfer?

Here I have command to transfer inputFile.tar to another bluetooth device (10:68:3F:57:7D:B6). obexftp -b 10:68:3F:57:7D:B6 -p inputFile.tar However, is it possible to use stdout as input for ...
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How to catch my bluetooth service events

I have usb bluetooth device which is using btusb 0.6 module (driver). The thing is I am interested to know is: how is the systemctl start bluetooth.service event invoked? I was looking info about ...
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What is the kernel command line to disable bluetooth in /etc/default/grub?

What is the kernel command line to completely disable bluetooth in /etc/default/grub? I don't have it, don't need it, don't want it, complete waste of resources.
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Streaming from speaker using bluetooth

I'm on Manjaro xfce latest update 64 bit, I have Jbl charge 2, I was able to connect to it and trust it through bluetooth. The thing I don't know how to stream my laptop's audio through it. I played ...
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Connect bluetooth devices to PC with Fedora Core 18 or 22

I need to connect multiple devices via bluetooth to my Fedora, but I dont't find the directory /etc/bluetooth of the bluez packague. The devices links directly to the PC witouth PIN. I want use the ...
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Bluetoothctl: No default controller available

I'm having issues connecting my Logitech K810 Bluetooth keyboard in Debian Jessie with BlueZ version 5.23-1, kernel 3.16.0-4. The keyboard works fine most of the time but sometimes it doesn't work at ...
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Pipe gzip output to Bluetooth transfer?

How do I pipe gzip output to Bluetooth transfer? I am able to send send file over Bluetooth using this command: bluetooth-sendto --device=12:23:35:96:45:45 file.tar However, piping gzip didn't ...
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Why do 2 bluetooth peripherals not interfere ? (mouse and keyboard)

I have a bluetooth mouse and a bluetooth keyboard. When I press a key and move the mouse at the same time, it works. But how ? How does the bluetooth chip doesn't get confused by two signals at the ...
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bluetooth - btusb module remove stops bluetooth service

I just faced a strange issue; Every time after suspend the btusb module is kicked out the RAM (for some reason but its OK cause I can reinit it manually) but as a result the bluetooth.service must be ...
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How to make sdptool add SP persistent or configure it automatically as bluetoothd starts?

I found that simply adding sdptool add SP to an initialization script does not make the serial port persistent. If I restart the bluetoothd service, the change will be lost... How can I add an SP ...
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Send message to Android phone using bluetooth

I have a Raspberry Pi which you can assume to be just a Linux machine. It runs BlueZ and is successfully paired with my Android phone. What I want to do is, my Python program should be able to send a ...
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Touchpad was disabled after plugging a Bluetooth mouse in and back out

I have installed Arch Linux on my computer (Asus K53SV) and everything works well. But after I plug in my Bluetooth mouse, which is a Logitech M215, then the touchpad is disabled, except for the left ...
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Use desktop as bluetooth headset

My desktop's speaker is much better than my phones, so I want to use my desktop speakers in place of my cellphone's. It is inconvenient for me to use USB or the audio jack, so I am left with ...
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bluetooth - btusb - How to replace module version with a newer one

I have pre-compiled kernel 3.16.7 which has btusb v0.6 module; The current btusb v0.6 I'd like to replace with btusb v0.7 which is located in kernel 4.0; So my question is how to : remove the ...
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Bluez multiple audio sources

With the bluez stack, is it possible to connect multiple audio sources ? How ? If not is it possible by any other means ? If possible, is it possible to mix different bluetooth version like low-energy ...
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bluetooth adapters not found

I am using Makulu Linux. Whenever I try to run bluetooth. I gets this error message No bluetooth adapters found. I tried other Linux Distros like Linux Mint, where I can connect to bluetooth, but in ...
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Do I need a modified kernel/module for bluetooth RSSI scan?

I want to write a scanner that shows nearby bluetooth devices with their RSSI values. I don't want to pair or even connect to the devices, it must be fully silent. From what I've seen unix bluetooth ...
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Bluetooth mouse paring in Linux Mint Cinnamon

I'm having an hard time trying to pair my Apple magic mouse on Mint Cinnamon... keyboard pairing was fast and dead simple, but due to a weird behavior in the gui I'm not able to enter the code for ...
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How to find out Bluez version from command line?

I am using some custom Linux distribution without any UI. I would like to find out the Bluez version through the command-line. How can this be done?
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bluetooth file transfer issue in Debian Jessie

I've got a problem with the bluetooth file transfer, my Jessie linux box denies accepting files via BT, and I don't know why: sysconfig log doesn't return any error. The local service config dialog ...
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Bluetooth: can't find default controller

I can't get bluetoothctl or hciconfig to display anything about my bluetooth controller, or otherwise get my computer to recognize nearby bluetooth devices, and I am at a loss as to where to start ...
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Ignore a bluetooth mouse events

(using Ubuntu 14.04.2, X/Gnome/Unity) I'm trying to have Gnome/X to ignore a given Bluetooth mouse events. The mouse should be paired successfully, though. The reason being that the mouse is used ...
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Connecting usb keyboard, bluez-simple-agent missing

I'm attempting to connect my Logitech k810 usb keyboard to my Debian Jessie machine. Connecting using this guide has worked well in the past. The problem is that a step in the guide requires the ...
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Turn on bluetooth on login screen

Is it possible to have bluetooth turned on and use a bluetooth keyboard when at the login screen? So far I only managed to start the bluetooth daemon when logged in. I added it to systemd with ...
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Send a file via Bluetooth to an Android Phone: pair request failure

When I send a file via Bluetooth from a Raspberry Pi to an Android phone via Obex object push, the raspberry always makes a pair request without any PIN code in vain, and after that it sends the file ...
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bluetooth name change to default after a while

I have three connected bluetooth dongles and I want to give each of these specific names. I tested these solutions : add PRETTY_HOSTNAME=MY_NAME to /etc/machine-info edit /etc/bluetooth/main.conf ...
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_Robust_ bluetooth serial port console/tty

I've managed to create and connect to a console via bluetooth, as is described in many Q&A's FAQs Guides etc found via a google search. Briefly, in sudo mode, /usr/sbin/hciconfig hci0 piscan ...
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Connect multiple bluetooth devices to multiple bluetooth usb adapters

I have lots of bluetooth devices that need to connect to a Raspberry Pi. Currently I have a scanner script that locates and connects to each device. My current limitation is the fact that a one ...
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Can I connect to Multiple Bluetooth devices using a Bluetooth dongle?

I am using a usb bluetooth adapter on my PI 2 , which communicates to an arduino using HC-06 Bluetooth module. This script runs to connect to that module: #! /usr/bin/python import serial from ...
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Bluetooth firmware not loading for Intel 7260 [solved]

I recently installed a Intel 7260 wireless module in the pcie slot of my ASUS N550jv CN270H laptop. The idea was to get bluetooth and wifi working flawlessly, as the originally installed atheros card ...