NAME¶ubertooth-debug - Classic Bluetooth discovery, sniffing, and decoding
ubertooth-debug -r <number>[,<number>[,...]]
DESCRIPTION¶ubertooth-debug(1) is a tool for reading register values from the CC2400 chip on Ubertooth One. It is primarily designed to assist firmware development but may be of interest to curious hackers.
- -r <reg>[,<reg> [,[...]]] : Read one or more registers from the CC2400 on Ubertooth
- -r <start>-<end> : Read a consecutive set of registers from the CC2400 on Ubertooth
- -v <0-2> : Sets the level of verbosity, default is 1.
- -U<0-7> : Which Ubertooth device to use
EXAMPLES¶To read the MANOR register, use:
ubertooth-debug -r 19
Registers can also be specified by name, the following will also read the MANOR register:
ubertooth-debug -r %manor
Read a range of registers:
ubertooth-debug -r 19-22
Dump all registers with:
ubertooth-debug -r 0x00-0x70
SEE ALSO¶ubertooth(7): overview of Project Ubertooth
AUTHOR¶This manual page was written by Dominic Spill.
COPYRIGHT¶ubertooth-debug(1) is Copyright (c) 2010-2017. This tool is released under the GPLv2. Refer to COPYING for further details.
|March 2017||Project Ubertooth|