KDE Bluetooth Framework

Tags: bluetooth

The KDE Bluetooth Framework is a set of tools built on top of Linux' Bluetooth stack BlueZ. It provides easy access to the most common Bluetooth profiles and makes data exchange with Bluetooth devices like phones and PDAs as straightforward as possible.


* kbluetooth -- a tray applet to handle incoming inquiries
* kbtobexclient -- to send files via bluetooth
* kbluemon -- a bluetooth monitor
* kinputwizard -- a wizard to configure Input Devices
* kbluelock -- a bluetooth screen locker
Interface: Graphical (Qt)
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit

Ubuntu 32-bit

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