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@ 2019-01-03  9:45 Bhushan S
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From: Bhushan S @ 2019-01-03  9:45 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I have just started working on bluetooth on Raspberry Pi 3 (model B).
I am successfully able to build Bluez(5.43) with debug enabled.

My intention is to
1. limit access (say only able to play music but no HFP support) to
selected User.
2. Add 2-way authentication for new User (via already registered Primary User).

I'm currently going through the debug logs for different cases.

While I am exploring Bluez for the same, I would appreciate if someone
could tell me if the above idea is feasible and if so, any pointers to
start with.


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