The "hidd" command line tool is used to configure and interact with the Human Interface Device Daemon on Unix-based operating systems. It is primarily used to manage Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Device) connections. "hidd" provides a command line interface to perform various operations related to HID devices. It allows users to scan for available HID devices, pair and unpair devices, as well as gather information about connected devices. The tool can also be used to set up advanced configurations for HID devices, such as assigning specific keymaps, defining power-saving settings, and adjusting device parameters. "hidd" is commonly used in automation and scripting, enabling users to seamlessly manage HID devices through commands instead of using graphical interfaces.
List of commands for hidd:
hidd:tldr:ec60d hidd: Start the daemon.$ hiddtry on your machineexplain this command