I have been trying to connect my android phone to OpenWRT router with USB bluetooth (I have successfully connected with USB cable following the guide " Smartphone USB Tethering to an OpenWrt router", but I don't like the idea of my phone battery constantly being charged while connected with a USB cable, hence the USB Bluetooth attempt).
When I connected the phone via USB bluetooth, the status says "connected", but there's no internet. I did not do the testing part ("Manually testing Bluetooth devices") as I am not sure where to put in the command "# hciconfig" (PuTTY, Command Prompt, Telnet?). Where do I obtain the values for "hciconfig"?
I also didn't do the "Manually insert a pin" for the same reason (I have no idea how to find the pin code for my router (LInksys WRT1900 ac). I am not sure I needed to manually insert a pin. Do I insert the following command onto PuTTY, Command Prompt, or Telnet? And where do I find the values?
Default location for pins for pairing devices. The file is line separated, with the following columns separated by whitespace: nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn Remote device address. n 1-8 digit pin code. User may have to consult hardware documentation in cases of hard coded pins. Try 0000
Any help or guidance is greatly appreciated.