Discovers remote blueotooth devices and services.
usage: btdiscovery [-iSeconds] [-bBluetoothAddress | -nFriendlyName] [-dFormat] [-s[Format]] -i Set the length of inquiry to the specified number of seconds. -b Bluetooth address of remote device in (XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX) format. -n Friendly name of temote device. -d Set output format for the list of discovered devices. -s Make service discovery. Optionally set output format for the list of services. -h Prints help screen. Notes: if -n or -b are set, btdiscovery returns data obtained from that device only. The -d switch supports the following format specifiers: %n% - friendly name %a% - bluetooth address %t% - class-of-device (CoD) %r% - remembered %p% - authenticated %c% - connected %s% - lastseen %u% - lastused %b% - manufacturer name \n - new line \t - tab \\ - backslash All other characters are displayed as-is. The -s switch supports the following format specifiers: %sn% - service name %su% - UUID %si% - short UUID %sc% - RFCOMM channel \n - new line \t - tab \\ - backslash All other characters are displayed as-is. Samples: 1. Discover all devices and thier services, display information in default format: btdiscovery -s 2. Discover all devices and return display addresses only: btdiscovery -d"%a%" 2. Discover services from the device named "Nokia 6630" and display names and channels: btdiscovery -n"Nokia 6630" -s"%sc% - %sn%"
btdiscovery maintains the ERRORLEVEL environment variable. Zero means successful execution, any other value - error. Detailed error description is printed to the standard error output.
btdiscovery is a part of Bluetooth command line tools suite.
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