This test case ensures the correct functioning of
bluedevil, the Bluetooth manager for KDE Plasma.
- Ensure you have a Fedora system with the KDE Plasma desktop environment installed.
sudo dnf install bluedevil.
- Ensure your computer has Bluetooth hardware support.
- Have a Bluetooth-enabled device (e.g., smartphone, headphones) ready for pairing.
How to test
- Open the KDE System Settings.
- Navigate to the Bluetooth section.
- Turn on Bluetooth using the provided toggle.
- Make sure your computer is discoverable. You should see your computer's name or Bluetooth alias on the list of available devices on your Bluetooth-enabled device.
- Initiate a pairing request from the Bluetooth-enabled device.
- Accept the pairing request on your computer.
- Once paired, if it's a smartphone, try sending a file from the smartphone to your computer.
- If it's an audio device, like headphones, try playing a song or video on your computer and check the audio output on the paired device.
- Disconnect and unpair the device from the KDE Bluetooth settings.
- Now, try pairing from your computer to the Bluetooth-enabled device.
- KDE System Settings should display the Bluetooth section without any errors.
- Your computer should be discoverable by other Bluetooth devices when Bluetooth is turned on.
- Pairing requests should be detected and can be accepted/rejected seamlessly.
- File transfers, if done, should complete successfully.
- Audio devices should play the system's audio without lags or interruptions.
- Devices should be able to be unpaired successfully and be paired again without issues.
For deeper testing:
- Test with different types of Bluetooth devices: speakers, mice, keyboards, etc.
- Ensure that system restarts or logouts don't affect the Bluetooth settings or paired devices adversely.
- Test the range of the Bluetooth connection.
- Examine the behavior when multiple Bluetooth devices are connected simultaneously.