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This profile is designed to provide a standard interface to control TVs, Hi-fi equipment, etc.

to allow a single remote control (or other device) to control all of the A/V equipment to which a user has access. It is commonly used in car navigation systems to control streaming Bluetooth audio.

It enables identification of the manufacturer, product id, product version, and the version of the Device ID specification being met.

It is useful in allowing a PC to identify a connecting device and download appropriate drivers.

The profiles provide standards which manufacturers follow to allow devices to use Bluetooth in the intended manner.

For the Bluetooth low energy stack according to Bluetooth 4.0 a special set of profiles applies.

In order to use Bluetooth technology, a device must be compatible with the subset of Bluetooth profiles (often called services) necessary to use the desired services.

A Bluetooth profile is a specification regarding an aspect of Bluetooth-based wireless communication between devices.

For example, there are Hands-Free Profile (HFP) 1.5 implementations using both Bluetooth 2.0 and Bluetooth 1.2 core specifications.

The way a device uses Bluetooth technology depends on its profile capabilities.

This makes it more suitable for embedded devices such as mobile phones and digital cameras which cannot easily be updated with drivers dependent upon printer vendors.

This provides unrestricted access to the services, data and signalling that ISDN offers.

It resides on top of the Bluetooth Core Specification and (optionally) additional protocols.

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