BluetoothEnable is a Bluetooth plugin for Flutter, to programtically request turning on Bluetooth within applications.

This plugin was created with the intention to allow developers to customise their own application workflow on when permissions are requested.


Enable Bluetooth

import 'package:bluetooth_enable_fork/bluetooth_enable.dart';

// Request to turn on Bluetooth within an app
BluetoothEnable.enableBluetooth.then((result) {
  if (result == "true") {
    // Bluetooth has been enabled
  else if (result == "false") {
    // Bluetooth has not been enabled

Enable Bluetooth with Custom Alert

This method calls an alert from Dart level. Depending on the user's selection, Bluetooth will either be manually turned on without an additional dialog request or nothing happens.

Parameter Description
context The material context of your current content
dialogTitle The title of the dialog is displayed in a large font at the top
displayDialogContent Enable or disable showing dialog content
dialogContent The content of the dialog that is displayed in the center
cancelBtnText The cancel button text of the dialog (left button)
acceptBtnText The accept button text of the dialog (right button)
dialogRadius The border radius of dialog
barrierDismissible Enable or Disable whether dialog is dismissible on external click
import  'package:bluetooth_enable_fork/bluetooth_enable.dart';

Future<void> customEnableBT(BuildContext context) async {
  String dialogTitle = "Hey! Please give me permission to use Bluetooth!";
  bool displayDialogContent = true;
  String dialogContent = "This app requires Bluetooth to connect to device.";
  // bool displayDialogContent = false;
  // String dialogContent = "";
  String cancelBtnText = "Nope";
  String acceptBtnText = "Sure";
  double dialogRadius = 10.0;
  bool barrierDismissible = true; //

  BluetoothEnable.customBluetoothRequest(context, dialogTitle, displayDialogContent, dialogContent, cancelBtnText, acceptBtnText, dialogRadius, barrierDismissible).then((result) {
    if (result == "true") {
      //Bluetooth has been enabled

iOS support

If Bluetooth has not been activated, a popup window will appear on enableBluetooth call asking user to activate Bluetooth in the application settings; the method will immediately return false (but will return true on next call if user enabled Bluetooth in the meantime).