I am looking for ways fo control a RPI with Kali Linux over Bluetooth.

I would like to be able to turn on the RPI and connect to it via Bluetooth without using a screen, a keyboard and a mouse.

I tried to automate the launch of the Bluetooth protocol at boot but I wasn't able to connect to it using the app called "BlueTerm".

What could I try to automate the process and connect to the RPI right after boot ?

  • You can take a look on my answer here. You should also write a BT client for Android. – Ephemeral Jan 15 '20 at 15:16
  • If you fiddle around with bluetoothctl et. al., you should be able to either come up with a script, or get the devices registered to each other so they will automagically connect. I use bt keyboards with pi's running Raspbian (I think Kali is pretty much the same in this regard as it is Debian derived), once I walk them through bluetoothctl they continue to connect whenever needed. I think the relationship is reversed with a phone (pi would be slave). – goldilocks Jan 15 '20 at 18:40

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