Details for testcase: Blueman



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ID1591
TitleBlueman
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesLubuntu Applications
Xubuntu Networking
Xubuntu Optional
Xubuntu LTS Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2015-10-26 09:39 by flocculant
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This test shows the ability of blueman to (de-)activate the Bluetooth adapter

Click on the Bluetooth symbol in your system panel to activate the context menu.
The context menu opens.
Click on "Turn Bluetooth off".
Bluetooth is now disabled. The Bluetooth symbol has faded out.
Activate again the context menu. Click on "Turn Bluetooth on"
Bluetooth is activated again. The Bluetooth symbol has faded in.

This test shows the ability of blueman to rename the Bluetooth adapter

Click on the Bluetooth symbol in your system panel to activate the context menu.
The context menu opens.
Click on "Adapters...".
A window opens, showing the properties of the Bluetooth adapter.
Change the name to "blueman_test". Click on close.
The window closes. You changed the name of the computer's Bluetooth adapter.

This test shows the ability of blueman to (un-)hide the Bluetooth adapter. The test requires a Bluetooth device, e.g. a mobile phone

The test requires a Bluetooth device with search functionality for other Bluetooth devices, e.g. a mobile phone. If you do not have one, skip the test.
Go to the search screen of your Bluetooth device and have it ready to search for the computer's Bluetooth adapter.
Click on the Bluetooth symbol in your system panel to activate the context menu.
The context menu opens.
Click on "Make discoverable".
The context menu closes. Your computer is now discoverable for other Bluetooth devices within 60 seconds.
Search for the computer on your Bluetooth device.
The computer should appear with the chosen name "blueman_test" in the list of Bluetooth devices.

This test shows the ability of blueman to connect to an input device. The test requires such a device, e.g. a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard

The test requires an input device, e.g. a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard. If you do not have one, skip the test.
Click on the Bluetooth symbol in your system panel to activate the context menu.
The context menu opens.
Click on "Set up new device...".
A window opens with the Bluetooth assistant.
Click on "forward".
The assistant searches for Bluetooth devices.
Search for your input device and select it. Click on "Forward".
A window with pairing options appears.
Select "Proceed without pairing" and click on "Forward".
The device is added to your computer. The "Connect" window appears.
Select "input device" and click on "Forward".
A window appears confirming the successful connection.
Click on "close" and try to use your input device.
The input device should work properly.

This test shows the ability of blueman to connect to a storage device. The test requires such a device, e.g. a mobile phone

The test requires a storage device, e.g. a mobile phone. If you do not have one, skip the test.
Click on the Bluetooth symbol in your system panel to activate the context menu.
The context menu opens.
Click on "Set up new device...".
A window opens with the Bluetooth assistant.
Click on "forward".
The assistant searches for Bluetooth devices.
Search for your input device and select it. Click on "Forward".
A window with pairing options appears.
Select "Use random Passkey" and click on "Forward".
A random passkey is generated and shown in the assistant.
Accept the connection in your storage device and enter the passkey.
The device is added to your computer. The "Connect" window appears.
Select "serial port" and click on "Forward".
A window appears showing "Device added successfully."
Click on "close" and open the context menu again. Click on "Browse file on devices".
A window appears with a list of available Bluetooth devices.
Select your storage device and click on "OK". Accept the connection on your device.
The file manager is opening, showing the available data on the device.

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

RevisionWritten on the 2013-08-07 15:02 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-08-01 16:51 by knome
RevisionWritten on the 2013-07-30 16:50 by nskaggs