btpair

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Bluetooth device pairing utility

  usage:

    btpair {-p[PIN] | -u} [-bBluetoothAddress | -nFriendlyName]

       -p  Pair your computer with remote device using specified PIN code.
	       PIN code is optional (since version 1.2.0.56). If not provided '0000' is used.
       -u  Unpair remote device.
       -b  Bluetooth address of remote device in (XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX) format.
       -n  Friendly name of remote device.
       -h  Prints this help screen.

  samples:

    1. Pair your computer and device named "Nokia 6300" using PIN code 1234 :

	    btpair -n"Nokia 6300" -p1234

    2. Unpair all remembered devices: 

            btpair -u

btpair maintains the ERRORLEVEL environment variable. Zero means successful execution, any other value - error. Detailed error description is printed to the standard error output.

Download and install

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Download setup package from the Bluetooth command line tools home page

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