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bt-adapter(1)							    bluez-tools 						     bt-adapter(1)

NAME
bt-adapter - a bluetooth adapter manager SYNOPSIS
bt-adapter [OPTION...] Help Options: -h, --help Application Options: -l, --list -a, --adapter=<name|mac> -i, --info -d, --discover --set <property> <value> DESCRIPTION
This utility is used to manage Bluetooth adapters. You can list all available adapters, show information about adapter, change adapter properties or discover remote devices. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show help -l, --list List all available adapters -a, --adapter <name|mac> Specify adapter to use by his Name or MAC address (if this option does not defined - default adapter used) -i, --info Show information about adapter (returns all properties) -d, --discover Discover remote devices (with remote device name resolving) --set <property> <value> Change adapter properties (see ADAPTER PROPERTIES section for list of available properties) ADAPTER PROPERTIES
string Address [ro] The Bluetooth adapter address (MAC). string Name [rw] The Bluetooth adapter friendly name. uint32 Class [ro] The Bluetooth class of device. boolean Powered [rw] Switch an adapter on or off. This will also set the appropiate connectable state. boolean Discoverable [rw] Switch an adapter to discoverable or non-discoverable to either make it visible or hide it. If the DiscoverableTimeout is set to a non-zero value then the system will set this value back to false after the timer expired. In case the adapter is switched off, setting this value will fail. boolean Pairable [rw] Switch an adapter to pairable or non-pairable. Note that this property only affects incoming pairing requests. uint32 PaireableTimeout [rw] The pairable timeout in seconds. A value of zero means that the timeout is disabled and it will stay in pareable mode forever. uint32 DiscoverableTimeout [rw] The discoverable timeout in seconds. A value of zero means that the timeout is disabled and it will stay in discoverable/limited mode forever. The default value for the discoverable timeout should be 180 seconds (3 minutes). boolean Discovering [ro] Indicates that a device discovery procedure is active. list UUIDs [ro] List of 128-bit UUIDs that represents the available local services. AUTHOR
Alexander Orlenko <zxteam@gmail.com>. SEE ALSO
bt-agent(1) bt-audio(1) bt-device(1) bt-input(1) bt-monitor(1) bt-network(1) bt-serial(1) 2010-08-16 bt-adapter(1)

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bt-obex(1)							    bluez-tools 							bt-obex(1)

NAME
bt-obex - a bluetooth OBEX client/server SYNOPSIS
bt-obex [OPTION...] Help Options: -h, --help Application Options: -a, --adapter=<name|mac> -s, --server [<path>] -p, --opp <name|mac> <file> -f, --ftp=<name|mac> DESCRIPTION
This utility implemented support of Object Push Profile (OPP) and File Transfer Profile (FTP). You can send and receive files to/from remote device using this tool. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show help -a, --adapter <name|mac> Specify adapter to use by his Name or MAC address (if this option does not defined - default adapter used) -s, --server [<path>] Register agent at OBEX server and set incoming/root directory to `path` or current folder will be used; Agent is used to accept/reject incoming bluetooth object push requests -p, --opp <name|mac> <file> Send local file to the specified remote device using object push profile -f, --ftp <name|mac> Start FTP session with remote device; If session opened successfuly, FTP shell will be opened FTP commands: help Show help message exit Close FTP session cd <folder> Change the current folder of the remote device mkdir <folder> Create a new folder in the remote device ls List folder contents get <src> <dst> Copy the src file (from remote device) to the dst file (on local filesystem) put <src> <dst> Copy the src file (from local filesystem) to the dst file (on remote device) cp <src> <dst> Copy a file within the remote device from src file to dst file mv <src> <dst> Move a file within the remote device from src file to dst file rm <target> Deletes the specified file/folder AUTHOR
Alexander Orlenko <zxteam@gmail.com>. SEE ALSO
bt-adapter(1) bt-agent(1) bt-audio(1) bt-device(1) bt-input(1) bt-monitor(1) bt-network(1) bt-serial(1) 2010-08-16 bt-obex(1)
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