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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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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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how to test sco packets in bluetooth

Issue : Monitor sco packets between master and slave bluetooth. Description of problem. I have small in-house Bluetooth device (developed in Linux fedora OS) and is configured as slave device. I am ...
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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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Why does pulseaudio handle the sound quality connection to a BT device?

I'm new to Linux and new to Bluetooth scripting too. What I have discovered so far is the following: Bluez is the default BT stack. BluezTools is a set of utilities you can use to more easily ...
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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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hciconfig -a Connection timed out (110) , bluez, btusb - Bluetooth Not Working

I am experiencing this issue on my raspberry pi. After a while of my python program running, it seems like one (or more) of the bluetooth adapters will "lock up" and hciconfig -a will output: : ...
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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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Possible to upgrade to latest Bluez using Mint 15 Olivia (Cinnamon)?

I'm using the latest version of Mint 15. I noticed that the Bluez version that is shipped with Mint 15 is 4.101 (http://www.bluez.org/bluez-4101/). As you can see the release date is : 22nd June ...
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USB Dongle Not Working - Debian Wheezy, Cambridge Silicon Radio

I can't get my USB dongle to recognise my USB keyboard. I have tried both on Windows and they work suggesting it is a linux issue. The scan function simply never finds the keyboard. Also, hciconfig ...
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Bluetooth was working but just stopped?

I recently upgraded to the latest FGLRX driver on my MacBook Pro and I noticed that Bluetooth was having some issues afterward. I tried reinstalling bluetooth and bluez, but it didn't seem to fix ...
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How to test remote loop back in bluetooth

I have small in-house device running on linux platform with bluez libraries. I have created a sco connection with Jaber Easygo device and everything works as expected. I mean I can play music on my ...
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how to put bluetooth in test mode

I need to write a program( c/C++) to place the bluetooth( tester ) in testing mode i.e loop back mode and when DUT( device under test) is connected the tester will loop back all the packets via ...
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use bluetooth-next development tree for kernel

It possible to change the kernel module of bluetooth that is using the kernel, instead of using the stable tree i would like to use the development tree?
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Bluetooth profile info in linux

As Bluetooth device has a number of Bluetooth profiles. when want to do communication is Bluetooth device, first pair Bluetooth device and then starts sending data using Bluetooth. In Linux, ...