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Do I have to look thru the QBluetoothLocalDevice class documentation to find which method makes the "test" to contain all the hardware info?
Yes, as you would need to do with any class that you are using. And here it all is: QBluetoothLocalDevice Class | Qt Bluetooth 6.4.2[^].
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