A computing device (e.g., a smartphone, a smartwatch, smartglasses, smart headphones (including earbuds), a laptop computer, a tablet computer, a vehicle head unit, etc.) may execute an application programming interface (API) that outputs pairing information per a universal or general standard. For example, the API may process communication parameters uniquely specified by an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to identify key attributes and features. The API may insert the identified key attributes and features into a custom specification having a common format. In this way, the API may generalize, abstract, or otherwise standardize communication parameters specifications that were originally uniquely defined. The custom specification may be compatible with various types of exporting, such as incremental exporting, block exporting, etc. These various types of exporting may reduce or eliminate sizing issues encountered when a computing device exports large amounts of data (e.g., objects).
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Liu, Lei, "RESOLVING SIZING ISSUES IN EXPORTING LARGE OBJECTS", Technical Disclosure Commons, (December 28, 2022)