In main.cpp, we have this code:
This looks dangerous. The third argument should be sizeof snBuffer, not data->unitSize - 1. Even if by some technical reason strlen(val.str) can only be < 1024, it still looks wrong. If the idea was to avoid strncpy()'s filling of the whole buffer that way, strncat() would be a better choice (cf. https://codereview.qt-project.org/c/qt/qtbase/+/460921).
I don't know the external constraints here, so I'm creating this ticket instead of fixin myself: SDP_TEXT_STR handling suggests that there may be embedded NULs, so xmlString.append(data->val.str, data->unitSize - 1) may be as wrong as assuming val.str is NUL-terminated, in which case xmlString.append(data->val.str) would be apt. The (original?) code at https://android.googlesource.com/platform/external/bluetooth/bluez/+/master/src/sdp-xml.c#318 is also weird, strndup()'ing instead of directly passing to appender()...
Please check whether this is a security problem and fix accordingly.