QA:Testcase KDE4 Bluetooth

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Description

KDE upstream features a Bluetooth applet, bluedevil.

Setup

  • PC with a supported bluetooth radio device and the bluez stack
  • Boot to KDE Plasma Desktop.
  • Check whether you have the bluetooth radio HW switch on (if present), the Bluetooth applet icon appears in the system tray.

How to test

  1. OBEX Push - Send
    1. Ensure you can pair your PC with different devices like a mobile phone or another PC.
    2. Select target device and one file.
    3. Click "Send Files".
    4. Repeat this with multiple files.
  2. OBEX Push - Receive
    1. Using Bluedevil applet set your Bluetooth adapter to discoverable mode.
    2. Send file from another device to your computer.
    3. Confirm file receive and open it.
  3. OBEX FTP - Browse
    1. Ensure you can pair your PC with different devices like a mobile phone or another PC.
    2. Try to inspect/browse the files on the connected device
    3. Check whether you can transfer files to/from the device correctly using the KDE's file manager Dolphin
  4. Headphones (A2DP)
    1. Try to pair with your headphones.
    2. Play music via headphones, use Kmix applet to switch stream.
  5. Input devices (keyboard/mouse)
    1. Pair mouse and keyboard.
    2. Test after login-logout and reboot.

Expected Results

  1. OBEX Push - Send
    1. You should be able to send one or more files to another device.
  2. OBEX Push - Receive
    1. You should receive file successfully and open it.
  3. OBEX FTP
    1. Both devices get paired correctly.
    2. File transfer is successful.
  4. Headphones (A2DP)
    1. You can pair headphones and play music over them using high-quality A2DP.
    2. You can switch music stream between headphones and loudspeakers.
  5. Input devices (keyboard/mouse)
    1. Mouse and keyboard should work immediately after pairing.
    2. Mouse and keyboard works in KDM/GDM and stays paired after relogin and reboot.