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sdptool provides the interface for performing SDP queries on Bluetooth devices, and administering a local SDP database. If local is used for bdaddr, then the local SDP database is searched. Known service names are DID, SP, DUN, LAN, FAX, OPUSH, FTP, HS, HF, HFAG, SAP, NAP, GN, PANU. sdptool provides the interface for performing SDP queries on Bluetooth devices, and administering a local sdpd. FTP, HS, HF, HFAG, SAP, NAP, GN, PANU, HCRP, HID, CIP, A2SRC, A2SNK, AVRCT, AVRTG, UDIUE, UDITE and SYNCML.
Browse all available services on the device specified by a. One way to create such an XML file is to use the Linux command sdptool. For example, sdptool add registers a service, and sdptool browse --xml local prints all .
My bluez tree. Contribute to pauloborges/bluez development by creating an account on GitHub. I've been doing work on Bluetooth support on BlueZ on Linux. For instance I've added support for that platform to the covaberle.fun library, see.
Note: we should support multiple services on the command line: * sdptool search 0x 0xf 0x * (this would search a service supporting both L2CAP. Note that sdptool works even when the device is not discoverable, but is somewhere nearby. Using that technique, you can discover. Free download page for Project Forkbeard's covaberle.funard is Bluetooth ™ tools for Windows environment, similar to those in BlueZ for Linux/UNIX.
The only thing I can't do is add SP using sdptool. I just don't get a response. Tried 'sudo sdptool add sp' with the sp in upper and lower case. According to this, sdptool is removed from bluez-utils. So how can I see does a device support Obex Object Push and (if it does) a channel for.