pub enum PairingRequest {
    SetPairingDelegate {
        input: InputCapability,
        output: OutputCapability,
        delegate: ClientEnd<PairingDelegateMarker>,
        control_handle: PairingControlHandle,
    },
    SetDelegate {
        input: InputCapability,
        output: OutputCapability,
        delegate: ClientEnd<PairingDelegate2Marker>,
        control_handle: PairingControlHandle,
    },
}
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Allows system clients to enable Bluetooth pairing.

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SetPairingDelegate

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§delegate: ClientEnd<PairingDelegateMarker>
§control_handle: PairingControlHandle

Assign a PairingDelegate to respond to pairing procedures. The provided I/O capabilities will be used to determine the pairing methods used.

Only one PairingDelegate can be set at a time system-wide - if this is called while another delegate is set, the new delegate will be closed immediately. Closing a PairingDelegate after it is set aborts all ongoing pairing procedures without accepting and unsets the delegate.

If no PairingDelegate is set, all pairings will be rejected even if the peer connection was initiated by the local device.

  • request input Bluetooth input capability, see InputCapability
  • request output Bluetooth output capability, see OutputCapability
  • request delegate PairingDelegate which will receive pairing requests
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SetDelegate

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§delegate: ClientEnd<PairingDelegate2Marker>
§control_handle: PairingControlHandle

Assign a PairingDelegate2 to handle pairing procedures. The provided I/O capabilities will be used to determine the methods used.

Only one of PairingDelegate or PairingDelegate2 can be set at a time system-wide. If this is called while another delegate is set, the new delegate will be closed immediately.

Closing a PairingDelegate2 unsets the pairing delegate. Ongoing PairingRequests can still be completed, but new requests will act as if no delegate is set.

If no delegate is set, all pairings will be rejected even if the peer connection was initiated by the local device.

  • request input Bluetooth input capability, see InputCapability
  • request output Bluetooth output capability, see OutputCapability
  • request delegate PairingDelegate2 which will receive pairing requests

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