openmoko.org: Manually using Bluetooth

openmoko.org: Manually using Bluetooth

Contents
1 Power it up
2 How to use bluez4 dbus API
3 Scanning for bluetooth devices
4 Pair
5 HID (Human Input Device)
5.1 Being able to use HID devices
5.2 Mouse
5.3 Acting as HID device
6 RFCOMM
7 OBEX
8 Networking
8.1 Information about bluez4 networking
8.1.1 Bluetooth networking concepts
8.1.2 Pairing
8.1.3 Trust
8.1.4 Connection establishing
8.1.5 Using PC’s connection from Neo
8.1.5.1 Bluetooth networking with a Linux system
8.1.5.2 Bluetooth networking with a MacOS X system
8.1.5.3 Bluetooth networking with a Windows XP system
8.1.5.4 PPP Networking
8.1.5.5 Bluetooth networking with a Linux system – More secure way
8.1.6 Using Neo’s connection from PC
8.1.6.1 Calling Neo’s GPRS modem via Bluetooth
8.1.6.2 Sharing existing Neo’s connection
9 Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
10 Headset Audio
11 Bluetooth Headset on Freerunner
12 Once Again, Bluetooth Headset on Freerunner
12.1 List of known to work headsets
12.2 List of non-working headsets
12.3 User reports
12.4 Prerequisites
12.4.1 State file
12.4.2 Rules file
12.5 Pairing
12.6 Configuring bluez
12.7 Configuring FSO
12.8 Connecting and reconnecting the bt device
12.9 Additional helpfull testing commands
12.10 Troubleshooting
13 Debugging
14 Further reading

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