I'd like to use my Raspberry Pi to emulate phone Bluetooth stack. I'd like to get it paired with car radio, simulate arriving/outgoing call, simulate SMS and the more alerts/notifications I can manage.
Below are some solutions I deepen, useful but not exactly what I need (thanks also to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28076898/emulate-a-bluetooth-device-from-pc and https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/4538/can-i-emulate-a-bluetooth-keyboard-with-my-android-device):
allow controlling a real phone by another device. As other similar hands-free phones projects, it is not what I need: I would like to emulate Bluetooth stack, not controlling a real phone from another device. Devices involved should be car radio interface and Raspberry Pi: no real phone should be involved.
is about simulating hardware interface. Not needed for the moment.
May someone suggests which is the best library or framework to work on, to accomplish this aim? Someone already played with a similar project? Any useful info?