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Posted 3 days ago by Johan Hedberg
This is mostly a bug fix release with issues fixed regarding LE single mode device detection and incorrect getpeername() calls which could have caused incorrect SDP records for profiles (mainly those using the Profile D-Bus interface with RFCOMM ... [More] channel auto-allocation). On the OBEX side we now have full OBEX authentication support, which is a fairly [...] [Less]
Posted 17 days ago by Szymon Janc
In past few months there has been significant amount of work put into supporting Android. This post outlines currently implemented features as well as other additions aimed at making BlueZ for Android integration as smooth as possible. Android specifies the Bluetooth HAL and a number of profile HALs that shall be implemented by the Bluetooth [...]
Posted 21 days ago by Johan Hedberg
This is mostly a bug fix release with issues fixed in OBEX, dual-mode device pairing, and LE related areas. On the Android side a major new feature is Handsfree Profile 1.6 support, including Wideband Speech capability. bluez-5.17.tar.xz
Posted about 1 month ago by Johan Hedberg
Here’s 5.16. For the most part it’s a bug fix release with a couple of regressions fixed regarding the “Paired” property that had crept into 5.15. People using 5.15 are strongly recommended to upgrade because of these fixes. There is also a fix for HID over GATT (LE) device creation. As far as new non-Android [...]
Posted about 1 month ago by Johan Hedberg
This release contains bug fixes in various areas, including LE background scanning when LE is enabled after powering on, setting proper attributes for HID over GATT input devices and storing of LE Long Term Keys for slave role operation. Besides the fixes a notable feature addition is the support for LE Identity Resolving Keys which [...]
Posted about 1 month ago by Marcel Holtmann
A message to the BlueZ mailing list from Scott James Remnant from Google announced that Chrome OS with BlueZ 5.x has successfully passed Bluetooth 4.0 + Low Energy qualification. Congrats to Scott and the Chrome OS team. Nicely done.
Posted 3 months ago by Marcel Holtmann
With this release the SBC library now allows to enable a high precision encoding and also support special setup functions to initialize the encoder and decoder for A2DP streams. sbc-1.2.tar.gz
Posted 3 months ago by Johan Hedberg
As far as user visible features are concerned the biggest highlight of this release is the improved/fixed support for PS3 remote controls as well as the added support for PS4 remote controls (DualShock 4). Besides this we’ve got various fixes here and there, much more Android functionality as well as more complete automated test tools [...]
Posted 4 months ago by Johan Hedberg
This release consists mostly of further features added to the various Android HALs (Core, Socket, PAN and HID), but a few non-Android changes have crept in too: Fix issue with PS3 controller detection HCI event decoding improvements to btmon bluez-5.13.tar.xz
Posted 4 months ago by Johan Hedberg
This is mostly a bug-fix release, but also contains several notable additions: PS3 (sixaxis) controller support smp-tester for LE Security Manager Protocol testing AVDTP qualification test cases (unit/test-avdtp) LE Connection Oriented Channel test ... [More] support with l2test (LE CoC is a feature of the newly released Bluetooth 4.1 specification) btmon decoding support for LE CoC signaling [...] [Less]