What is Bluetooth service ID?

The UUID is used for uniquely identifying information. It identifies a particular service provided by a Bluetooth device. The standard defines a basic BASE_UUID: 00000000-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB . Devices such as healthcare sensors can provide a service, substituting the first eight digits with a predefined code.

What is Bluetooth class of device?

Information (WEB-server, WAP-server) Major Device Class. Miscellaneous. Computer. Phone.

What are the numbers on Bluetooth?

In simplest terms, the higher the number (Bluetooth 4.0 versus Bluetooth 2.0, for example), the better the Bluetooth functionality. That said, most versions are backwards compatible with the last, meaning it is possible to inter-operate Bluetooth devices that have different version numbers.

What is service UUID?

A Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) is a globally unique 128-bit (16-byte) number that is used to identify profiles, services, and data types in a Generic Attribute (GATT) profile.

How do I find my Bluetooth address?

Android: Find Bluetooth Address

  1. From the Home screen, open the app drawer, then open “Settings“.
  2. Select “System“. (
  3. Scroll down to the bottom and tap “About Phone“, “About device“, or “About tablet“.
  4. Scroll down to the bottom and tap “Status“.
  5. Scroll down and the “Bluetooth address” will be shown in the list.

What is a Bluetooth MAC address?

A Bluetooth address sometimes referred to as a Bluetooth MAC address, is a 48-bit value that uniquely identifies a Bluetooth device.

How do I know my Bluetooth class?

To see which Bluetooth version is on your PC

  1. In the search box on the taskbar, type device manager, then select it from the results.
  2. Select the arrow next to Bluetooth to expand it.
  3. Select the Bluetooth radio listing (yours might simply be listed as a wireless device).

What does class 1 Bluetooth mean?

What are Bluetooth classes, and why are they important? The class of the Bluetooth device will determine the wireless range of the device. Most Bluetooth devices are Class 2 meaning they operate at a distance of up to 30 feet. Class 1 devices can operate at a distance of up to 300 feet.

Is Bluetooth ID unique?

Every single Bluetooth device has a unique 48-bit address, commonly abbreviated BD_ADDR. This will usually be presented in the form of a 12-digit hexadecimal value. The most-significant half (24 bits) of the address is an organization unique identifier (OUI), which identifies the manufacturer.

How do I identify an unknown Bluetooth device?

You can download a Bluetooth scanner app, such as LightBlue for iPhone or Android, to scan your phone. You can scan using the Bluetooth scanner app by opening it. Find the item that appears on the list when it appears.

How do I find the UUID on my Android phone?

There is no inbuilt UUID. You have Android ID generated at first boot, as suggested by Mudassir, or you have IMEI which is unique ID of your GSM device provided by manufacturer. Thank u Zelimir, that cleared my Doubt.

What is Bluetooth GATT server?

A GATT Server is a device which stores attribute data locally and provides data access methods to a remote GATT Client paired via BLE. A GATT Client is a device which accesses data on a remote GATT Server, paired via BLE, using read, write, notify, or indicate operations.

How to specify hardware IDs for a Bluetooth device?

Thank you. To specify hardware IDs for a Bluetooth device within a device metadata package, the device must support the Device Identification (DID) Profile. Otherwise, the operating system cannot select and load the most appropriate device metadata package for the Bluetooth device.

What are the device class Cod bits of a Bluetooth device?

Major Device Class CoD Bits 10: Audio/Video (headset,speaker,stereo, video display, vcr…..) Minor Device Class CoD Bits 3: Hands-free Device Hands-free DevicePulscom Bluetooth Dongle :Class 2 (CSR – bc4) Yes00:21:E8 – Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 0x6a041c

Which Bluetooth devices support the did profile?

We highly recommend that all Bluetooth devices support the DID profile. For more information about the DID Profile, refer to the Bluetooth Device Identification Profile specification version 1.3. For information about supporting Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) Device IDs, refer to the Device Information Service version 1.1.