> On Sep 29, 2018, at 6:28 PM, Lubomir I. Ivanov <neolit...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> this is a minimal Qt application that includes BT device discovery.
> 
> 1) it will first ask you to press enter to start
> make sure the BTLE devices are turned on / have battery.
> 2) it might take a while...

It sits there, nothing happens. Forever.

None of the below happens.

> 3) then it should dump a list of found devices each having a name and a #
> configuration legend (QFlags...):
>  - 0x0 -> unknown type
>  - 0x1 -> BTLE
>  - 0x2 -> BT classic
>  - 0x3 -> BT smart (can be either BT or BTLE)
> http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qbluetoothdeviceinfo.html#CoreConfiguration-enum
> 4) in the console pick a # (e.g. 2) and press enter
> 5) it would then try to connect to the device.
> if it succeeds it should print out "ConnectedState", if it fails it
> should print something else.
> 
> please try your BTLE DCs and report the results.
> 
> this is a mandatory step if we want to continue with our improvements
> and it will narrow our guessing game.
> 
> thanks.
> lubomir
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