• 07/14/2017
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Bluetooth® Serial Console

A serial console can be created across the Bluetooth® service to send commands and display system messages.
The following sequence outlines how to enable the Bluetooth® serial console.
  1. Add a serial port channel to the adapter
    sdptool add SP
  2. Instruct RFCOMM to configure and to watch the port
    sudo rfcomm watch hci0 1 getty rfcomm0 115200 vt100 -a root
  3. Bind the rfcomm port to the Bluetooth® device
    sudo rfcomm bind rfcomm0 <Device-BT-MAC> 1
  4. Activate a client side service to send requests / commands
picocom -b 115200 -p n /dev/rfcomm0

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