BlueZ 5.21 Adds More Android Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 5 July 2014 at 08:29 AM EDT. 11 Comments
A new release is out for BlueZ, the Linux Bluetooth stack, with the developers continuing to work on the same theme of the past few months of adding Android features for BlueZ.

This week's BlueZ 5.21 release adds support for the following features from Android: Scan Parameters, Device Information, and Health Device. BlueZ 5.21 also adds a kernel background auto-connection feature, support for storing/loading connection parameters, and also boasts a couple fixes over BlueZ 5.20.

The list of BlueZ 5.21 changes can be found via this Git tag.
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