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    Hi,

    I have some past experience working with Bluetooth on Android, where we had to support a wide range of devices, including some that were very old. It was a nightmare, and the only hope we had of getting anything to work consistently was to use SweetBlue.

    At the time, I remember researching some of the issues I was seeing. My understanding was that different manufacturers were free to implement their own Bluetooth stack, and that was the source of much inconsistency across devices. I believe I also saw something that said that Google had decided to take full ownership of the Bluetooth stack to help address the inconsistencies of Bluetooth across different Android devices. However, now I can't find any evidence for that.

    So my questions are:

    1. Does Google now "fully own" the Bluetooth stack?
    2. If so, from which Android version?
    3. If not, is SweetBlue still the best option for using Bluetooth on Android?

    Thanks
    10-02-2018 11:19 PM

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