BluetoothAdapter.EXTRA_DISCOVERABLE_DURATION intent Extra does not extend 120 sec discovery interval

by Rockwell » Fri, 04 Feb 2011 05:18:24 GMT


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 We documented this problem on 12/22/2010 as Issue 13361 in the Android
Issue Tracker.  There has been no response.  Has anyone else seen this
problem, and, if so, can you pls suggest a workaround?  Thanks!

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300 secs was specified as the EXTRA_DISCOVERABLE_DURATION for the
BluetoothAdapter.ACTION_REQUEST_DISCOVERABLE intent.

As expected, the resultCode subsequently returned via
onActivityResult() was 300 -- indicating success. Also the
Settings>Wireless and network>Bluetooth settings were observed and BT
was found to be 'Visible' and the associated countdown timer started
counting down from 300. All looked fined to this point.  However,
after 120 secs elapsed (when the countdown timer read "Visible for 180
seconds") visibility was lost. At this time, the BroadcastReceiver in
our application received an ACTION_SCAN_MODE_CHANGED message
indicating that the scanmode had changed from
SCAN_MODE_CONNECTABLE_DISCOVERABLE to SCAN_MODE_CONNECTABLE.

Though the API and the Settings display initially indicated success,
the EXTRA_DISCOVERABLE_DURATION of 300 seconds was not honored by the
system -- it evidently remains fixed at 120 seconds.

If EXTRA_DISCOVERABLE_DURATION is set to 300 seconds and the
resultCode returned in onActivityResult() is 300, then I expect BT to
be in  SCAN_MODE_CONNECTABLE_DISCOVERABLE mode for 300 secs (not 120
secs).

Env:
Device: SAMSUNG-SGH-I897
Firmware: 2.1-update1
Kernel:2.6.29
Build: ECLAIR.UCJH7



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