Bluetooth command line tools are a suite of command line utilities for Microsoft Windows that can be used to configure your bluetooth adapter, discover remote bluetooth devices and services, transfer files to OBEX capable devices.
All utilities can be invoked as a part of a batch script or other automated background process or launched manually from the Windows command prompt.
Currently there are seven utilities in the suite:
Displays information about installed bluetooth adapter. Output format can be customized. (More info and btinfo usage examples...)
Modifies friendly name and class-of-device (desktop, laptop, server) of the local bluetooth radio. Turns discovery on or off. Ebables or disables incoming bluetooth connections. (More info and btconfig usage examples...)
Discovers remote blueotooth devices and services. (More info and btdiscovery usage examples...)
Performs pairing with remote bluetooth devices. (More info and btpair usage examples...)
Sends files to remote OBEX capable devices (computers, mobile phones, etc). (More info and btobex usage examples...)
Exchanges files with remote bluetooth device using OBEX file transfer profile. (More info and btftp usage examples...)
Enables or disables remote bluetooth services, manipulates bluetooth COM ports. (More info and btcom usage examples...)
Minor improvements and new featues in btconfig, btpair and bcom
Windows 8 support.
Official stable (non beta) release.
btobex now can send data from STDIN.
New utilities - btftp and btcom.
New utility - btpair
First public release.
Download Bluetooth command line tools setup package (3MB, version 1.2 build 56, released on 2012-11-02).
This software is not traditional windows application with graphical user interface. To successfully use it you should be familiar with command line concepts.
Launch each utility with -h or -? switch to get detailed description of supported features or see the readme.txt file installed with the package.
The next major release of Bluetooth Command Line Tools will support Secure Simple Pairing (Bluetooth v2.1 feature)
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