Blueman Linux


Blueman allows you to manage the Bluetooth devices on your Linux. Connect to networks or devices via Bluetooth and use your mobile as a modem with Blueman

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Blueman is a Bluetooth device manager with a GTK+ graphical interface for Linux. Nowadays, the Bluetooth technology is very widely spread, and it is frequent to establish connections without cables between your computers and other portable devices. This efficient manager allows you to perform all kinds of tasks with your Bluetooth devices by means of a very intuitive interface.

  With this manager your can perform all kinds of tasks with any Bluetooth device, such as connecting to 3G/EDGE/GPRS, connecting or creating Bluetooth networks, connecting input and audio devices, or sending and receiving files via OBEX. Another important feature of Blueman is that it integrates perfectly with Network Manager 0.7, allowing us to carry out telephone connections via HAL.

  With Blueman you'll be able to use your mobile as a Bluetooth modem or easily transfer files from your phone to your laptop. It's a very practical manager with which you can efficiently manage all your Bluetooth devices.
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