Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Enumerating devices and services with the Widcomm Bluetooth stack

I've just published an article on enumerating devices and services with the Widcomm Bluetooth stack. You can find it here.

10 comments:

Romain said...
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João Paulo Figueira said...

I've already written a .NET assembly that consumes either the Widcomm or Microsoft stacks. It only implements device and service discovery. I will post this as an article so you will be able to see how it works,

Romain said...
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João Paulo Figueira said...

I will have to prepare it before posting - add comments and such. When it is ready I will make a post here even before I write the article.

Aurelie said...

Are you still planning to write an article about dotnet wrapper for the widcomm c++ sdk? I'm also really interested to know about it. Thanks

João Paulo Figueira said...

Yes, I really want to do this but time is a bit short now... :(

Romain said...
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John said...
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John said...

This is very interesting... I too have the same request... would like to see more about the dotnet wrapper for the widcomm c++ sdk.... the pocket pc I use is Dell X50v with a windows 2000 server... would it work on that?

Jui-Che said...

Hi, can you tell me how to discoonect
bluetooth with remote device

if I found this bluetooth is used some service like file transfer and object exchange or networking

I want to write a program if I detect there are bluetooth connect from PC to mobile and use above services , I want to disconnect it

How can I do that ,can you give me some sample code
now I can find remote devices and enumerate device services
but I can control which devices disconnect

thanks