The Bluetooth System comprises many components, such as drivers, profiles, and client applications. This document provides an overview of where the various components live in the source tree.
src/connectivity/bluetooth/ core/ bt-gap/ # GAP daemon bt-host/ # bt-host driver and host subsystem bt-init/ # Bluetooth subsystem launcher examples/ # various LE API examples hci/ # bt-hci drivers lib/ # protocol and rust utility libraries profiles/ # profile components (A2DP, AVRCP, HID over GATT, etc) tests/ # integration tests tools/ # command-line tools and debug components sdk/fidl/fuchsia.bluetooth.* # public API topaz/bin/bluetooth_settings/ # Bluetooth Settings UI topaz/examples/eddystone_agent/ # [Eddystone](https://github.com/google/eddystone)-based trigger zircon/system/dev/bluetooth/ # bt-transport drivers
See the HCI section of the Bluetooth System document for an explanation of how the drivers, such as
bt-host, relate to each other.
See the Host Bus section of the Bluetooth System document for more detail on bt-host.
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Last updated 2019-10-24.