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1 10th June 16:51
arsalan ahmad
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Default How to query available bluetooth devices in the room


Hi all,

I am interested to write an application (on Pocket PC) which should be able
to query availalbe bluetooth devices in my room (for example my Nokia 6270
mobile ). Could you please what APIs should I use for this?

Thanks,

Arsalan
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2 10th June 16:51
peter foot [mvp]
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Default How to query available bluetooth devices in the room


It depends on the Bluetooth stack on your device. If your device uses
Microsoft's own stack discovery is performed using
WSALookupServiceBegin/Next which is do***ented in the Pocket PC 2003 SDK. If
you have another stack you'll need to use an appropriate 3rd party SDK.
If you are developing with .NETCF you'll find a wrapper for device discovery
and connectivity for the Microsoft stack here:-
http://www.opennetcf.org/PermaLink.aspx?guid=3f99525a-d45f-4db1-bd24-2d88fe343d3f

Peter

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3 10th June 16:51
arsalan ahmad
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Default How to query available bluetooth devices in the room


Thanks,

Just another question...If I want to connect my Pocket PC to my mobile via
blue-tooth then what APIs should I use?? As far as .NETCF is concerned..i
just dont want to go for managed code due to some reasons.

Thanks again,

Arsalan
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