I'm developing an application which makes use of a car's Bluetooth but I need to identify if a certain Bluetooth device is a car's Bluetooth. Is there a way to differentiate between Bluetooth devices other than the Bluetooth profiles supported by them.

  • Why do you care, if the device provides the same profiles a car would, why can't you just treat it the same. (and no there will be nothing other than the presented profiles to determine the device type) – hardillb Mar 14 '19 at 11:08
  • @hardillb, Its a part of my business logic for user profiling NOT A BLUETOOTH PROFILE. Hence I would want to know if a certain Bluetooth device is recognized how to differentiate it based on its properties. – Mahi Tej Gvp Mar 15 '19 at 6:25
  • Yes, but what characteristics do you think a car will have that make it different to say a Bleutooth speaker? – hardillb Mar 15 '19 at 8:58
  • That is exactly the reason I am seeking out for an answer I'm still doing some research will post it if I'm at a solid answer. – Mahi Tej Gvp Mar 16 '19 at 16:53

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