Archive for the ‘Release’ Category.

Release of bluez-4.37

This release adds support for the AVRCP based volume control and fixes a couple of regressions from the previous release.

bluez-4.37.tar.gz

The Bluetooth SIG announced the 3.0 + HS specification that includes support for High Speed data transfer via 802.11 technology. Using a Bluetooth 2.1 BR/EDR controller with an 802.11 AMP controller is a perfect combination for a 3.0 high speed solution. So BlueZ is fully ready to be extended with 3.0 support since it already supports Bluetooth 2.1 features.

Release of bluez-4.36

This release fixes crashes found in the Headset/Handsfree and A2DP support. The audio support should now be more stable than ever.

bluez-4.36.tar.gz

Release of bluez-4.35

This release fixes various bugs, crashes and other problems found during testing. It should make the Bluetooth audio support (Headset and A2DP) more stable now.

bluez-4.35.tar.gz

Release of obexd-0.10

This release fixes a couple of issues found in the previous release.

obexd-0.10.tar.gz

Release of bluez-4.34

This release add more advanced features to the audio support for Handsfree/Headset profiles and also A2DP. Advanced system like PulseAudio should now be able to better interact with BlueZ and also have more control over multi-profile devices.

bluez-4.34.tar.gz

Release of bluez-4.33

The releases fixes multiple regression within the networking service and SDP service discovery.

bluez-4.33.tar.gz

Release of obexd-0.9

This release adds initial support for Phonebook Access and Synchronization support. The implementation is not fully ready for production, but it a step into the right direction.

obexd-0.9.tar.gz

Release of bluez-4.32

The previous release fixed many SDP memory leaks, but unfortunately one of these fixes resulted in a segmentation fault in certain cases. This has been fixed now.

bluez-4.32.tar.gz