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How do I know which "Bluetooth Profiles" are available on my Android device?

Is there any terminal command to list all "Bluetooth Profiles" supported by Bluetooth Stack present in Android device?

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Have you tried sdptool. This link has "sdptool" command syntax . You can issue the command even from ADB shell on your connected Android phone. But I guess this quires the other Bluetooth devices. But this will be good starting point for you.

  • sdptool is also available on linux. You could run it under linux to query the Bluetooth MAC of your Android device for available services/profiles – Flow Feb 16 '12 at 12:59
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Enable developer options and then look under Settings > Developer Options for Bluetooth Audio Codec and tap that. That should give you the list of available codecs.

Here's mine:
Bluetooth Audio Codec menu

Here is the official documentation for those options. It kinda describes each codec, but it's unfortunately not clear on what it means to select them. I assume selecting one codec will force its use. (But what if a device doesn't support that one?) The default either always uses a static default setting (aptX on mine) (same question), or dynamically selects the best codec for the device and application.

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