This project aims to provide a simple API to access Android's Bluetooth stack. This library does not to require a rooted device: it is intended to work with standard firmware provided by phone manufacturers.
Currently only remote device scanning, remote device pairing, (partial) service discovery (SDP) and client RFCOMM serial connections are supported. Support for other profiles (e.g. audio) than RFCOMM is not available. RFCOMM server connections are still not supported.
This library is to be considered as experimental, it has not been designed nor tested for production environments. Use it at your own risk.
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