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Changing bluetooth device name

How can the friendly device name of a remote Bluetooth device be changed (using a command-line tool in Linux or similar)? I have looked at some of the software included in bluez-tools such as hcitool ...
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Debian Linux - “hcitool scan” does not find devices

I use free VMware player with Debian 7 image. I use Cambridge Silicone Radio Bluetooth USB adapter "hciconfig" shows me two interfaces (I don't know why two, and I don't know with which I should ...
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How to troubleshoot Bluetooth connectivity issues outside of Windows?

I am running Windows 8.1 on Asus X79-Delxue motherboard. I have installed all the latest drivers as of today. I have never been able to use Bluetooth on the computer. It can't find devices and devices ...
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Disconnected device still visible in /dev

When my Bluetooth GPS logger disconnects it's removed from the Bluetooth devices list in the statusbar on OS X but I can still see it mapped in /dev: ls /dev/tty\.* > /dev/tty.GPSDEVICE-SPPslave ...
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WiFi+BT AR5B22. When starting linux - BT disappears. Disappears at all

I have a problem with my laptop wireless card in linux (xubuntu or kali, you choose). It is a wifi(abgn)+BT4.0 miniPCI-E half module from Atheros. FCC ID is PPD-AR5B22 (wikidevi have info about it: ...
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Pulse-audio: add bluetooth as sink

I'm trying to configure Bluetooth Audio System A2DP, but can't add bluetooth as sink: pactl load-module module-alsa-sink device=bluetooth In logs I got the next: ( 110.963| 0.011) D: ...
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Sane bluetooth keyboard setup for lightweight Linux desktop?

I have a pretty light Debian unstable setup, just xdm and a window manager, no fancy desktop environments or Ubuntu-whatever that a lot of guides seem geared towards. I'm trying to switch to a ...
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Cannot open /dev/rfcomm1 : Host is down

I am working on raspberry PI and on Bluetooth. I am using old raspberry pi kernel as the new one has got some bugs that were not resolved with respect to the bluez daemon. At present my kernel version ...
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Bluetooth / Bluez: No reply to ping over bnepX interface

I have trialed to use Network, NAP profiles on Bluetooth. On Host, xUbuntu 13.04 I have followed as here. This Host or XUbuntu machine is behind proxy & runs on virtual machine. It is ...
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Why can't I stay connected to my Linux bluetooth serial port?

I have a USB bluetooth dongle on a Linux 3.12.5 ARM system. I have been able to make it pairable via: bluetooth-agent 0000 & And then pairing via from my phone. Then, I create a serial port on ...
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Trust bluetooth 3.0 USB adapter on Linux

I bought Trust bluetooth 3.0 USB adapter. It works on my windows PC, but I'm not able to use it on my Ubuntu machine. lsusb shows me this device Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0cf3:3002 Atheros ...
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Apple Magic Trackpad is working great, then randomly stops until hciconfig reset

I paired a Apple Magic Trackpad with my laptop through the kde bluetooth system. It works fine until I touch it with too many fingers or swipe it too much resembling some sort of a gesture (or until ...
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Bluetooth connection between Linux (BlueZ) and Windows XP

I will start by explaining my setup: I have a microcontroller with Linux running on it and I want to use a USB Bluetooth dongle to set up a Bluetooth connection to a Windows XP system. I have already ...
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Linux Connection Laptop with blueTooth

I have a problem. My laptop cannot connect to other device such as a mobile or a tablet via Bluetooth. lspci result: 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family DRAM ...
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How to connect MacBook to the Pulseaudio via bluetooth?

I'm running Fedora on a home server with wired speakers connected. I have set up the Pulseaudio as A2DP Bluetooth device. I can connect my Android phones to it and play music. But my MacBook fails to ...
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How do I disable a bluetooth adapter and install a new one in ubuntu?

I am running Ubuntu 13.04 on a Macbook Pro (8.2). I have a faulty bluetooth antenna that I am not interested in paying to fix. In windows I have a usb bluetooth dongle and I just keep the built in ...
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Using multiple Bluetooth profiles on Linux

I'm attempting to connect my Bluetooth headset to my (Fedora) computer. As far as I can tell, I can use A2DP and get stereo audio, or I can use HFP and use the microphone but have only mono audio. Is ...
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Linux - Share Serial Port over Bluetooth?

I've got Debian (actually, Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi), and I'd like to share a serial port (/dev/soundmodem0) via bluetooth. To be clear: The serial port is on the Raspberry Pi, and I'd like to have ...
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Can I mirror an existing Bluetooth HID with a different type?

I bought a Nyko Playpad bluetooth game controller for my Android devices. It works OK on Android but I wanted to use it with my PC as well. The problem is, although it generates the correct type of ...
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Alsamixer won't work with bluetooth device

I'm running Debian unstable. My .asoundrc looks like this: pcm.btheadset { type plug slave { pcm { type bluetooth device 5A:5A:5A:A6:08:09 profile ...
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Accepting the bluetooth request in command line

We are working with a Bluetooth device on the mips platform. When we try to connect with other Bluetooth devices, they ask for a password to pair. My device we does not have a GUI, it does not ...
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Puppy Linux Bluetooth on E6 series Dell Latitude

I'm trying to get the bluetooth chip working on a Dell Latitude E6 series running Puppy Linux (Slacko I think). I've installed the Bluez packages from Package manager, as well as Bluetooth-0.4 and ...
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Bluetooth radio draining battery even if powered off

I'm using Arch Linux and SystemD. With Powertop I've discovered that my Bluetooth Radio drains a LOT of battery even if I disabled it on the BIOS AND with RFKILL. Furthermore, I've discovered that if ...
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How can I increase the A2DP bitpool on Linux?

I recently bought a Bluetooth headset (Philips SHB4000), and got it to stop sounding like a phone after I told Linux (Mint) to use A2DP rather than HSP/HFP. However, there's still an annoying ...
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Bluegiga BLED112 Bluetooth dongle disconnect

I'm trying to use a BLED112 USD Bluetoot 4.0 dongle from Bluegiga. The dongle works OK under Windows 8, so I have no reason to think that there is a hardware issue. If I plug it in under Ubunut ...
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Ubuntu boot menu not recognizing bluetooth keyboard

I have a 21.5" iMac, and I have recently installed Ubuntu on it on a different partition, so i can choose my preferred OS each time i boot the computer. When I installed Ubuntu, it automatically ...
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Moving bluetooth pairing from one PC to another?

I'd like to be able to move bluetooth pairing from one PC to another so the bluetooth device would automatically pair to the new PC. It appears that this is requires a few things: Moving the ...
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expose GPS device to virtualbox VM

Is it possible to expose a GPS device to a VM running on virtualbox? I hae found there are Android apps that can expose a GPS signal via Bluetooth to the computer, I was wondering if for a computer ...
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Software to control mobile phone via bluetooth

I'm looking for some software that will allow me to control a mobile phone via Bluetooth. I'm using Linux as my OS, but I can use something else if need be. Specifically, I'd like to be able to do ...
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Bluetooth not seeing mouse (Fedora)

I have a Lenovo S10 'netbook' that I've installed Fedora 17 ("LXDE spin") on. So far pretty much everything works great, except, the on-board Bluetooth. lsusb shows the controller present (0a5c:2101 ...
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Debian Bluetooth headphones not working [closed]

Hardware Headphones Bluetooth dongle Maybe not exactly these models. Setup I tried to follow some guides, here's what I've done so far: Install software: sudo apt-get install bluez-utils ...
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Two parts: linux startup script to connect to bluetooth and cron to keep it connected

I have a mini bluetooth keyboard and a Raspberry Pi running a Debian-based distro. I know the MAC address of the keyboard but for this question, let's just use AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF. Right now I have to ...
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Is there a way to turn my computer into a bluetooth keyboard? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Use laptop as bluetooth keyboard? Here are the facts: I have a computer (hurray!) It has a working bluetooth chipset It is running Linux (Debian) My tablet (an iPad, ...
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Bluetooth mouse won't reconnect after reboot or wake from sleep in Debian squeeze

I have a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 and have experienced the same problem with two laptops, a Sony Vaio Z, and now a Lenovo Thinkpad T420s: I can pair the bluetooth device to the ...
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Retrieve paired Bluetooth devices from console

Is there any way to retrieve all paired bluetooth devices ("Friendly name" and MAC-Adress) from the console? Is there any universal solution for any Linux distribution? In case there isn't: I'm using ...
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With a USB bluetooth adapter do the devices pair with the dongle or the computer?

For example if you are paring a mouse and a keyboard to your Mac or PC using a USB Bluetooth adapter. Do the paired devices pair to the dongle or to the computer? Could you plug that adapter into a ...
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How to create Dial up Connection in Fedora?

I have Bluetooth dongle attached to my desktop Computer. I am successfully able to connect it with my mobile phone using Bluetooth Connection, with the Terminal command hcitool cc 00:1D:3B:05:BD:53 ...
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How do I connect my mobile phone to the internet via linux over bluetooth? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Connecting to internet via phone on Linux I use Linux, and have a Samsung A767 Propel and would like to see if I can access the internet from my phone through the ...
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Can I use my Linux-PC/Laptop as a Bluetooth headset for my mobile phone?

The same question exist for windows but NOT for linux. Is it possible to use my linux-laptop (which has connected a micro and a speaker per soundcard) over bluetooth as headset for my mobile phone? ...
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Is it possible to control the LED on Apple Wireless Keyboard on Linux?

I use an Apple Wireless Keyboard on Linux 3.0 and have remapped the CapsLock Key and use it frequently now and would like to turn off the LED as it has lost its function. There is a question regarding ...
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cell phone as modem via bluetooth - livecd

I'd like to connect to internet on my laptop by using my cell phone as modem. This cellphone has Bluetooth and I own usb bluetooth dongle. Are any livecds (livedvds or whatever) that are already ...
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How can I specify the path to libpcap when configuring/making/installing?

I'm running Ubuntu 10.04.1 and am trying to get packet capturing working for my Bluetooth dongle using hcidump. From what I've read, libpcap must be compiled to enable Bluetooth sniffing and given ...
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Playing music *from* bluetooth device *to* Mac OS? (Or Linux?)

Strange question, so bear with me. I have a bluetooth device (an Android smartphone, specifically), on which I have a lot of music. I'm wondering if there's a way to pair up the device and my Mac ...
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How to query the sdp records on local PC?

I'm using Net::Bluetooth to create an RFCOMM socket on my Linux box. I need for it to register with SDP with a specific UUID. The perl code can be viewed in this link. I am unable to make the ...
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PC as Bluetooth speakers

I know that: There are Bluetooth speakers for my phone and for my iPod My desktop computer has Bluetooth dongle My desktop has speakers attached to it;) So, my question is: can I use my desktop PC ...
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How to configure Linux to act as a Bluetooth RFCOMM SPP server?

I'm writing a phone app for Android that connects to a bluetooth RFCOMM device in my car. My phone app talks AT commands with it. For development work, I often need to communicate with the device to ...
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Nokia PC suite on Linux

Is there any convenient way to transfer images and sync it with my local folder via bluetooth, on Linux. Nokia PC suite on Windows is a Crapware. I don't want to use it anyway. The new Ovisuite is ...
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Allowing user to restart bluetooth on linux

I'm using bluetooth on linux to access internet via dialup from my Nokia S60 phone. I've gotten the connection to work just fine, but there's still one recurring problem: Some Nokia S60 phones, mine ...
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Replacing KDE default bluetooth applet with Blueman

I've installed Blueman to use instead of the default KDE 4.3 bluetooth applet. I've added blueman-applet to KDE's startup, so that works, but when I enable bluetooth on my laptop the default applet ...
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Connecting to internet via phone on Linux

I have a Sony Ericsson C702 phone with a flat fee internet subscription (GPRS/UMTS). I'd like to connect my Linux (Kubuntu 9.04) laptop to internet via this phone, using bluetooth (I also have a cable ...