How To Start Bluetooth Services On Linux Operating Systems,

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How to start Bluetooth services on Linux Operating Systems, detect nearby devices and also establish a connection between them?

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How To Start Bluetooth Services On Linux Operating Systems,

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Almost every issue in Linux operating systems can be resolved by using the root terminal.
It is no surprise that from the installation of new applications to initiation of hardware services are also done using the root terminal.

Unlike Windows, there are no menu options for initiation of Bluetooth services, in Linux OS.

On Linux OS, such as Parrot, Kali or Ubuntu, you will have to go through the following set of terminal commands, in order to successfully start and use Bluetooth services:

1. Open the root terminal.

2. First of all, you will have to install the Bluetooth service manager.

3. Type the following command to install the service manager

4. Now you have to check if the service is blocked. If it is blocked, then you have to unblock it.


As in my case, the services were already unblocked.

5. Now start the Bluetooth service.

6. Now, finally, you have to install a program that can detect and connect your computer to nearby devices.

Install the GUI Bluetooth manager as follows:-


As in my case, you can see that the latest version was already installed.
After completion of the above steps, you can connect your Bluetooth device to the PC by starting the Bluetooth manager and scanning for nearby devices.

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