|.TH "idevicepair" 1
|idevicepair \- Manage host pairings with devices and usbmuxd.
|Manage host pairings with devices and usbmuxd.
|.B \-u, \-\-udid UDID
|target specific device by UDID.
|.B \-w, \-\-wireless
|perform wireless pairing (\f[B]see NOTE\f).
|.B \-n, \-\-network
|connect to network device (\f[B]see NOTE\f).
|.B \-d, \-\-debug
|enable communication debugging.
|.B \-h, \-\-help
|prints usage information.
|.B \-v, \-\-version
|prints version information.
|print the system buid of the usbmuxd host.
|print the host id for target device.
|pair device with this host.
|validate if device is paired with this host.
|unpair device with this host.
|list devices paired with this host.
|Pairing over network (wireless pairing) is only supported by Apple TV
|devices. To perform a wireless pairing, you need to use the \f[B]\-w\f
|command line switch.
|Make sure to put the device into pairing mode first by opening
|Settings > Remotes and Devices > Remote App and Devices.
|The pairable device will become visible with a special UDID, and then you
|can run idevicepair like this:
|.B idevicepair -u fffc8:ab:cd:12:34:56fff -w pair
|idevicepair will then ask for the PIN that the device is displaying and
|continues with the pairing once entered.
|Please note that wireless pairing is currently not supported on Linux.
|.SH ON THE WEB