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.TH "btattach" "1" "November 2015" "BlueZ" "Linux System Administration"
btattach \- attach serial devices to BlueZ stack
.B btattach
.RB [\| \-B
.IR device \|]
.RB [\| \-A
.IR device \|]
.RB [\| \-P
.IR protocol \|]
.RB [\| \-R \|]
btattach is used to attach a serial UART to the Bluetooth stack as a
transport interface.
.BI \-B " device" , " " \--bredr " device"
Attach a BR/EDR controller.
.BI \-A " device" , " " \--amp " device"
Attach an AMP controller.
.BI \-P " protocol" , " " \--protocol " protocol"
Specify the protocol type for talking to the device.
Supported values are:
.IP \(bu 2
.B h4
.IP \(bu 2
.B bcsp
.IP \(bu 2
.B 3wire
.IP \(bu 2
.B h4ds
.IP \(bu 2
.B ll
.IP \(bu 2
.B ath3k
.IP \(bu 2
.B intel
.IP \(bu 2
.B bcm
.IP \(bu 2
.B qca
.B \-R
Set the device into raw mode (the kernel and bluetoothd will ignore it).