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Programming Bluetooth Device Address (BDADDR)
Join Date: 6 Jan 17
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Posted: Wed, 2018-01-17 15:31

I'd like to change the Bluetooth device address using e2cmd or similar command line tool.  How do I do this?  It seems like I should be able to issue e2cmd -norun -trans "SPITRANS=USB SPIPORT=0" write <addr> <value>, but I'm not sure what addresses to use.

The relative section of my .keyr file is as follows:



// (0001) - Bluetooth device address

&BDADDR = 0002 cc00 24d2


// (0002) - Crystal frequency trim



// (0022) - Battery low threshold voltage


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Posted: Fri, 2018-01-19 12:53
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