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BluetoothClass.Service

public static final class BluetoothClass.Service
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.bluetooth.BluetoothClass.Service


Defines all service class constants.

Each BluetoothClass encodes zero or more service classes.

Summary

Constants

int AUDIO

int CAPTURE

int INFORMATION

int LIMITED_DISCOVERABILITY

int NETWORKING

int OBJECT_TRANSFER

int POSITIONING

int RENDER

int TELEPHONY

Public constructors

BluetoothClass.Service()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Constants

AUDIO

added in API level 5
int AUDIO

Constant Value: 2097152 (0x00200000)

CAPTURE

added in API level 5
int CAPTURE

Constant Value: 524288 (0x00080000)

INFORMATION

added in API level 5
int INFORMATION

Constant Value: 8388608 (0x00800000)

LIMITED_DISCOVERABILITY

added in API level 5
int LIMITED_DISCOVERABILITY

Constant Value: 8192 (0x00002000)

NETWORKING

added in API level 5
int NETWORKING

Constant Value: 131072 (0x00020000)

OBJECT_TRANSFER

added in API level 5
int OBJECT_TRANSFER

Constant Value: 1048576 (0x00100000)

POSITIONING

added in API level 5
int POSITIONING

Constant Value: 65536 (0x00010000)

RENDER

added in API level 5
int RENDER

Constant Value: 262144 (0x00040000)

TELEPHONY

added in API level 5
int TELEPHONY

Constant Value: 4194304 (0x00400000)

Public constructors

BluetoothClass.Service

added in API level 5
BluetoothClass.Service ()

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