More information will be added here shortly. For now, you'll find more extensive information about this class in the Qt reference for QBluetoothLocalDevice
The QBluetoothLocalDevice class provides access to local Bluetooth devices.
QBluetoothLocalDevice provides functions for getting and setting the state of local Bluetooth devices.
Public Types Index
Public Functions Index
|QBluetoothLocalDevice (QObject *parent=0)|
|QBluetoothLocalDevice (const QBluetoothAddress &address, QObject *parent=0)|
|QBluetoothAddress||address () const|
|HostMode||hostMode () const|
|bool||isValid () const|
|QString||name () const|
|Pairing||pairingStatus (const QBluetoothAddress &address) const|
|void||requestPairing (const QBluetoothAddress &address, Pairing pairing)|
|void||setHostMode (QBluetoothLocalDevice::HostMode mode)|
Public Slots Index
|void||pairingConfirmation (bool confirmation)|
|void||error (QBluetoothLocalDevice::Error error)|
|void||hostModeStateChanged (QBluetoothLocalDevice::HostMode state)|
|void||pairingDisplayConfirmation (const QBluetoothAddress &address, QString pin)|
|void||pairingDisplayPinCode (const QBluetoothAddress &address, QString pin)|
|void||pairingFinished (const QBluetoothAddress &address, QBluetoothLocalDevice::Pairing pairing)|
This enum describes errors that maybe returned.
NoError No known error PairingError Error in pairing UnknownError Unknown error
- UnknownError 100
This enum describes the most of the local Bluetooth device.
HostPoweredOff Powers the device down HostConnectable Remote Bluetooth devices can connect to the local Bluetooth device if they have previously been paired with it or otherwise know its address. This powers up the device if it was powered off. HostDiscoverable Remote Bluetooth devices can discover the presence of the local Bluetooth device. The device will also be connectable, and powered on. HostDiscoverableLimitedInquiry Remote Bluetooth devices can discover the presence of the local Bluetooth device when performing a limited inquiry. This should be used for locating services that are only made discoverable for a limited period of time. This can speed up discovery between games for example, since service discovery can be skipped on devices not in limited enquiry more. This is not supported on all platforms. The device will also be connectable, and powered on.
This enum describes the pairing state between two Bluetooth devices.
Unpaired The Bluetooth devices are not paired. Paired The Bluetooth devices are paired. The system will prompt the user for authorization when the remote device initiates a connection to the local device. AuthorizedPaired The Bluetooth devices are paired. The system will not prompt the user for authorization when the remote device initiates a connection to the local device.
Constructs a QBluetoothLocalDevice with parent.
Construct new QBluetoothLocalDevice for address.
Returns the MAC address of this Bluetooth device.
Returns the current host mode of this local Bluetooth device.
Returns true the QBluetoothLocalDevice represents an available local Bluetooth device; otherwise return false.
Returns the name assgined by the user to this Bluetooth device.
Returns the current bluetooth pairing status of address, if it's unpaired, paired, or paired and authorized.
Powers on the device on returning it to the hostMode() state is was in when powered down.
Set the pairing status with address.
The results are returned via the signal pairingFinished(). Caution: creating a pairing may take minutes, and can require the user to acknowledge dialogs.
Sets the host mode the this local Bluetooth device to mode.
Static Public Functions
To be called after getting a pairingDisplayConfirmation().
The accept parameter either accepts the pairing or rejects it.
Signal emitted for pairing if there's an exceptional error.
The state of the host has transitioned to a different HostMode.
Signal by some platforms to display a pairing confirmation dialog for address.
The user is asked to confirm the pin is the same on both devices. QBluetoothLocalDevice::pairingConfirmation(bool) must be called to indicate if the user accepts or rejects the displayed pin.
Signal by some platforms to display the pin to the user for address.
The pin is automatically generated, and does not need to be confirmed.
Pairing has completed with address.
Current pairing status is in pairing.
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